Ukrainian

2nd-year Ukrainian

8 weeks in Kyiv, Ukrainian

Second-Year Ukrainian
Students solidify their command of Ukrainian and raise their listening, speaking, and communicative skills to the Intermediate Low level or better. Graduates can interact in day-to-day life in Ukraine with ease.

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COURSE DATES
June 17 - Aug 9, 2019

ACADEMIC CREDIT
8 credits of SLC 294

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ELIGIBILITY

  • Open to ASU and Non-ASU students
  • Open to undergraduate and graduate students
  • Open to working professionals and retirees
  • Placement exam required

CULTURAL PROGRAMS
Since this program is small, CLI customizes it to individual students. Excursion and activities schedules are set up each year in consultation with participants, but have included:

  • Downtown Kyiv Walking Tour
  • Armed Forces Museum
  • Saint Sophia's Cathedral
  • Odessa Excursion
  • National Art Museum
  • Museum of Western and Eastern Art
  • Museum of Chernobyl
  • Pervomaisk Missile Base
  • Museum of the Second World War
  • Kyiv Monastery of the Caves
  • Leviv Excursion
  • Mikhail Bulgakov Museum

LOCATION
Kyiv is the capital of Ukraine with population of about 3 million citizens. It is situated on the Dnepr River and boasts architectural monuments that are recognized world treasures. Kyiv is the largest cultural, scientific and industrial center of Ukraine, the place of religious pilgrimage and a very attractive tourist destination. Hospitable Ukrainians are delighted to introduce Slavic culture to foreign guests. 

ABOUT THE PROGRAM
CLI's program in Kyiv is managed jointly by Arizona State University and NovaMova. Classes are conducted at NovaMova's school in Kyiv.

Students live with Ukrainian-speaking host families. Host families provide breakfast and dinner. Students purchase lunch in any of the restaurants in the vicinity of their classroom building.

 


TITLE VIII FUNDING FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS  

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The Department of State's Title VIII program funds graduate students with U.S. citizenship to study less commonly taught languages.

Title VIII provides fellowships of up to $10,000 for the study of Ukrainan in CLI-Kiev.

Apply by January 25, 2019

 

MELIKIAN CENTER FUNDING FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS 

Supported by the Melikian Center's endowment and by private donations, the Melikian Center Awards Program provides scholarships of up to $4,000 for superior applicants to study Ukrainian in CLI-Kiev.

ASU students, non-ASU students, teachers, and other non-students are eligible to apply for this funding.

Apply by January 25, 2019

 


NEED-BASED FEE REDUCTION

The Melikian Center offers a $1,000 reduction of the published 2019 CLI program fee for qualified Pell-eligible students. This $1,000 reduction applies to Tempe-based or study abroad programs, up to the total program fee. Please indicate your Pell eligibility on the general application to be considered for this fee reduction.

To learn more about Pell or to see if you are eligible, please visit: https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/types/grants-scholarships/pell

The CLI-Kyiv 2nd-Year Ukrainian program fee of $8,000* covers:

  • 160 hours of instruction
  • 8 academic credits
  • 8 weeks housing
  • breakfast and dinner
  • language coaches and activity guides
  • excursions and activities
  • insurance
  • transportation to and from airport

It does not include:

  • international travel
  • lunch
  • personal expenses (including excess baggage fees)

*All prices and descriptions on this page subject to change. Participants are responsible for checking current prices and details before signing billing, housing, or meal contracts.