Study Abroad, Spring or Fall
SRAS fall and spring study abroad opportunities are intensive, flexible educational programs designed to meet your budget, time-frame, and educational goals. Join our Russian as a Second Language programs in any of three different locations and explore topics very relevant to our regions and our times in additional feature programs. Best of all, you can combine programs and maximize your time abroad to experience multiple locations.
Accelerate your language learning. Earn credits toward your degree. Build your resume. Expand your network. You can do all of this and more this summer abroad with SRAS!
- Study Russian Language Abroad -
- Study Diverse Subjects Abroad -
How Much Does It Cost To Study Abroad?
Your total costs can be divided into four main categories:
- Program: Each program page gives its specific pricing information. SRAS offers a variety of program choices of varying length and cost.
- Cost of Living: Students report spending between $60-110 per week in most locations for food, transport, and entertainment.
- Housing: With very few exceptions, SRAS programs include housing. See each program page for more information.
- Airfare: Our International Airfare Guide can give you some pointers on getting the best price for tickets to and from your study abroad destination.
Concerned that you might not have enough to study abroad? You can earn credit toward your program with an SRAS Online Research Internship!
Talk to an Expert about Study Abroad
At Stetson, we’ve used SRAS to arrange all of our student study abroad trips for the past five or six years. During that time we’ve sent dozens of students on summer- and semester-long programs in Moscow, St Petersburg, Nizhny Novgorod and Irkutsk. In every interaction I’ve had with them, SRAS has been prompt, reliable, knowledgable, courteous and quick to lend a hand when needed.
Professor and Director, SPREESStetson University
Just yesterday my student successfully defended her honors thesis on environmentalism around Lake Baikal, a project that would not have been possible without the fieldwork that she conducted on her SRAS study abroad program in Irkutsk. I hope to see more such projects in the future and will keep directing students to SRAS programs!
Visiting Assistant ProfessorMacalester College