Grint Centre for Education and Culture at Moscow University for the Humanities is located in Moscow, a treasure house of Russian culture, featuring numerous art museums, theaters, concert halls, and public libraries. The campus has all the necessary facilities for a fruitful and beneficial study. It is located on a 150-acre site in the Vykhino district, known for its parks and gardens, with easy access from downtown Moscow by subway.
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GRINT Center for Education and Culture program seeks to involve students personally and actively with the Russian people and their language, history, art, and traditions. In addition to a required intensive Russian language course (5.0), which is taught at all levels by highly experienced teachers, students earn undergraduate credits through the following courses offered at GRINT Center for Education and Culture: Russia Today, General Survey of Russian History and Lecture Series, Survey of Russian Literature (XIX-XX Centuries), and Survey of Russian Cultural History in Excursions (3.0 semester hours each).
In addition to the academic curriculum, internships are open to students at any level of Russian, but some internships do have language requirements. The program is open to students at any undergraduate level with a 2.5 GPA.
Students are housed in comfortable residence halls with Internet access and within 5 minutes distance from the classrooms. Meal plans include breakfast and lunch buffet on week days. Sport facilities including indoor swimnming pool located on campus within 5 minutes from the residence halls. Extensive cultural program includes weekly visits to the best Moscow theaters, concert halls, sport arenas and weekly field trips and culture visits to the major Moscow places of interest. Students can interact with Russian students on campus informally.
Residence halls are available and homestays are available upon request and provide one meal (breakfast).
Summer session: June 29 - August 22, 2020
Summer session: $6,350 for CCIS members | $6,750 for non-CCIS members (eight weeks)
Costs Included: Instructional costs, CCIS and sponsor fees, room and 1/2 board (only one meal is offered at the homestay), cultural excursions, visa invitation letter, CISI health insurance
Costs Not Included: Estimated costs include personal and food costs ($1,700), airfare ($1,500), passport, visa, single occupancy room option ($250)
All costs, fees, and dates are subject to change without notification. Contact the program sponsor to verify all costs, fees, and dates for this program.
Please refer to your acceptance materials for information on arrival, orientation, and academic calendar. The refund policy is program specific and non-transferable. Refer to your acceptance materials for the comprehensive refund policy or contact the program sponsor.
Summer session: May 15
Minimum GPA: Students must have at least a 2.5 GPA
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