Russia - Summer

Russian History and Culture 

Course Number/Name:  
INED 399- Russia History and Culture

Course Description: Travel to Russia for a truly memorable experience!

Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed Learn about Russian culture and history in St. Petersburg and Moscow while taking many excursions. Palaces and museums await you in St. Petersburg. You will visit the Hermitage, formerly the imperial residence and currently a world famous art museum. Additionally, you will wander the fountain cascades and parks of majestic Peterhof and the golden baroque Catherine Palace. In Moscow, St.Basil's Cathedral, Red Square, and the Kremlin will pull you through layers of cultural history.

A highlight of the trip will be the chance to meet and socialize with students at St. Petersburg State University, thus providing a unique opportunity to learn about Russian traditions and what it is like to grow up in another culture. 

Instructor:  Dr. John Staples, Department of History; Dr. Jack Croxton, Psychology Department; and Professor Anton Agafonov, World Languages and Cultures

Program Type: Faculty-Led

Language of Instruction: English

Housing:  Student Housing & Hotels

Course Dates: May 18- June 4, 2015

Eligible Participants: Undergraduate Students in Good Academic Standing

Cost: 2015 Student Budget

Application Deadline: February 20, 2015

$150 Deposit Deadline: March 1, 2015

Course Fee Deadline: April 6, 2015

Application: Submit an application and a copy of your transcripts to the Office of International Education 

Pay online button Pay the COURSE FEE DEPOSIT ($150) with electronic check or credit card online

Office of International Education

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State University of New York at Fredonia
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