Let’s inspire your university to explore the ex-Soviet country, hidden beauty within Europe – Latvia! Studying Russian abroad is an amazing experience. It’s a great opportunity to see the world, boost your academic credentials and grow as a person. So if you want to study Russian abroad – this is your chance!
Study abroad program’s options and supplements include:
1) Summer (4 – 10 weeks), semester and year programs in Riga – the romantic capital of Latvia.
2) Intensive Russian or Latvian language lessons. Also including Russian for Beginners.
3) Russian for Military – available also for ROTS students.
4) Lectures and seminars related to your academic programs. For example, forestry, finances, or political science. In addition, sociology, environmental studies, international affairs, anthropology, art and art history, humanities and much more.
5) Faculty-led programs and joint programs. Russian language lessons together with academic lectures in local universities. Lectures are available also in English.
6) Discovering Latvia’s cultural UNESCO world heritages. For example, Riga Old Town or unique Song and Dance Celebration. Furthermore, Military heritages – Karosta Fortification in Liepaja or Daugavpils fortress. Similarly pilgrimage sites and events, Jewish heritage and more.
7) Moreover, visit countries of the Baltic states – Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.
8) A good possibility to earn credit hours from your home university.
9) Accommodation (Shared Flat, Residence, Apartments and Russian speaking Host families).
10) Orientation program.
11) Finally, rich cultural immersion program in the afternoon and during the weekend.
You will like the quality of programs and many options to choose from! So get in touch with our Study Abroad team at email@example.com to receive your special program offer.
Check out Long-Term studies page for more information and benefits of studying Russian abroad.
Did you know that your Study Abroad experience is available through various scholarships and awards? For example, Boren, NSLI-Y, The Critical Language Scholarship?