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October 17, 2013

Fellowships & Funding: 2014 Summer Language Study and Study Abroad with Arizona State University

Deadline: January 31, 2014

The Arizona State University Critical Languages Institute is pleased to announce its summer 2014 summer offerings in the U.S. and abroad.

CLI provides tuition-free, accredited summer courses and study-abroad programs for selected less commonly taught languages of Eurasia and the Middle East.

Support is available to graduate and undergraduate students through the Melikian Scholars program and for ROTC students through Project GO.


Summer Intensive Courses & Study-Abroad Programs for Less Commonly-Taught Languages

- HYBRID PROGRAMS: Intensive study at ASU, then optional in-country immersion

- OVERSEAS PROGRAMS: Summer-long study abroad

- FUNDING: Graduate and undergraduate funding available

ROTC funding available

- COST: $960, plus study-abroad fees if applicable

- CREDITS: 8–13, depending on program

- PROGRAM DATES: Vary. See (http://cli.asu.edu).

- APPLICATION DEADLINE: January 31, 2014

- DETAILS: http://cli.asu.edu

HYBRID PROGRAMS: 2 months intensive study at ASU with option of 1 month additional study in country, for 8–13 academic credits.

- Albanian (ASU + Tirana)

- Armenian (ASU + Yerevan)

- Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian (ASU + Sarajevo)

- Modern Hebrew (ASU only)

- Macedonian (ASU only)

- Persian (ASU + Samarqand)

- Polish (ASU + Poznan)

- Russian (ASU + Kazan)

- Turkish (ASU + Ankara)

- Uzbek (ASU + Samarqand)

Sessions in ASU include daily co-curricular programming, grant mentoring and career planning assistance.

Sessions abroad feature academically challenging study, extensive co-curricular programs, and peer-assisted cultural programming integrated into academic coursework.

OVERSEAS PROGRAMS: 8- or 10-week study abroad, providing 8–10 academic credits.

- Advanced Armenian (Yerevan)

- 2nd–4th-year Russian (Kazan)

- 4th– 6th-year Russian (Kiev)

- 5th–6th-year Russian (St. Petersburg)

- 1st–2nd-year Tatar (Kazan)

- 1st–4th-year Ukrainian (Kiev)

Programs feature homestays, peer-assisted cultural programming integrated into academic coursework, and internships at the 5th-year level and up.


APPLICATION AND FULL DETAILS: (http://cli.asu.edu)

Posted by jmkirsch at October 17, 2013 02:53 PM