February 12, 2013
Courses: Intensive First, Second and Third Year Russian at UW-Madison
Deadline: May 17, 2013
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Slavic Languages and Literature is pleased to announce that it will offer Intensive First, Second and Third Year Russian in Summer 2013. Study Russian on the shores of beautiful Lake Mendota in Wisconsin’s vibrant capital, Madison!
Dates: June 17-August 9, 2013
Times: 8:50-10:45 am, 12:05-2:10 pm, Monday-Friday
Slavic 101 and Slavic 102: Intensive First Year Russian (8 credits)
Slavic 117 and Slavic 118: Intensive Second Year Russian (8 credits)
Slavic 279: Intensive Third Year Russian (8 credits)
Tuition and fees for the 8-credit courses in the Summer 2013 (est.):
• Wisconsin resident: $2,690.52
• Non-resident: $6,627.96
• Minnesota resident: $3,455.05
Students who are not current UW-Madison students must apply to enroll as University Special Students at least one month in advance of the course. See: http://www.dcs.wisc.edu/info/applySpecial.htm The earliest date students will be able to enroll in summer courses as Special Students is April 8.
Students with prior experience in Russian from outside of post-secondary educational settings should contact Dr. Anna Tumarkin in advance for a placement test.
Dr. Anna Tumarkin
University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Slavic Languages and Literature
Project GO at UW-Madison has generous funding for ROTC students (commissioned and participating) to study Russian during Summer 2013. All ROTC students, both at UW-Madison and at other institutions, are encouraged to apply to domestic and study abroad programs. Please visit rotcprojectgo.wisc.edu for more information and the online application.
Posted by sarayu at February 12, 2013 01:14 PM