« East-European’ Family Patterns, Historical Context and New Developments”‏ | Main | Annuaire Roumain d'Anthropologie »

July 15, 2010

School of Russian and Asian Studies Translation Program

The School of Russian and Asian Studies (SRAS) sponsors a work study translation program, as well as two types of grants for study in Russia. The next cycle of deadlines is for those interested in studying abroad this spring.

a) Work Study: Translation. Applicants are expected to have both the English writing skills and Russian comprehension skills to be able to produce well-written and accurate English translations of Russian materials. This is a practical academic program offering intensive Russian lessons, professional, hands-on translation experience, and a small stipend.

Application deadline: Oct.16, 2010.
Read more here: http://sras.org/sras_work_study_translation

b) The Charles Braver Language Exploration Grant. Students who apply for an SRAS language program (http://sras.org/programs) and who have completed two semesters of Russian, Chinese, or the study of any Central Asian language may apply. The applicant must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher and must be enrolled full time in an academic program based in North America or the European Union when applying.

Application deadline: October 1, 2010
Read more here: http://sras.org/language_grants_russia

c) SRAS Research Grants. Upperclassmen (juniors and seniors), graduate and postgraduate students in any field of study may apply. The applicant must have a GPA of 3.2 or above and must be enrolled in an academic program based in North America or the European Union when applying. The applicant must also apply for an SRAS educational program (http://sras.org/programs) to be eligible.

Application deadline: Sept. 17, 2010
Read more here: http://sras.org/research_grants_russia

Posted by uunguyen at July 15, 2010 04:19 PM

Comments