Slavic studies abroad

If you are considering a Slavic travel/study program, please consult with , the Department’s Travel/Study Abroad Coordinator. We can offer programs for every level of Russian. In the Fall of every year we have an information session about studying abroad. 

We think you may find useful two checklists prepared by our former student Rowan Meredith about practical and emotional preparation for study and work abroad.

The department of Germanic and Slavic Studies is excited to offer a new study abroad program at RUDN University, Moscow. Options available at all levels. The updated information on study abroad programmes in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Kiev will be posted later in the fall 2020.

Please check funding opportunities for study abroad. In addition, Russian Majors and Minors are eligible to apply for the $1500 Nicholas V. Galichenko scholarship, which supports study abroad to universities of the former Soviet Union. UVic also provides scholarships through the Global Engagement funding options, such as the $500 International Opportunities Fund and the $1000 One World Scholarship.  Students may earn 7.5 UVic credits while taking courses on Russian language and culture.

Read Tales from Abroad blog from our current and former students studying or working abroad.