Exploring the politics of oil and gas and Central Asia's dynamic energy industry, this four week program in Kazakhstan allows students to broaden their knowledge of the region's energy industry, while giving them the opportunity to meet top executives, analysts, activists, and policy-makers in the energy field.
With locations in ten countries throughout Eurasia, this program offers students highly individualized instruction in one of more than 15 languages, including Armenian, Georgian, Kazakh, Persian, and Romanian.
With locations throughout Eurasia and Southeast Europe, this program provides students the unique opportunity to gain substantive overseas professional experience through a six-week, English language internship.
Based in Tbilisi, Georgia, this four-week summer program explores cultural identity and nationalism, development strategies, the emergence of new political systems and parties, and ongoing efforts to foster peace throughout the South Caucasus.
Offering intensive, highly- individualized instruction in Albanian, Bosnian, Macedonian, and Serbian, this program provides an unprecedented opportunity for students to immerse themselves in daily local life in a region largely unserved by study abroad programs through homestays, conversation partners, in-class instruction, and a wide range of extracurricular activities.
Open to students at all proficiency levels of Indonesian, this semester- or academic year- long program, offered in Malang, Indonesia, provides intensive language training and cultural immersion opportunities, allowing students to experience the rich life and vibrant traditions of Indonesia, while increasing their language skills.
This eight-week summer program in Jeonju, Korea provides intensive language training and cultural immersion opportunities to students at all proficiency levels of Korean.