Ukrainian - 1st Year

Ukrainian - 7 weeks in Arizona

Overview

First-Year Ukrainian in Tempe, Arizona

Students with no previous experience learn to understand Ukrainian culture and to speak Ukrainian at the Novice High or Intermediate Low level, preparing them to function in Ukraine.

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Details

COURSE DATES
June 1 - July 16, 2021
M-F 8:30AM - 12:35PM
Classroom: TBD

ACADEMIC CREDIT
8 credits of PLC 101/102

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ELIGIBILITY

  • Open to ASU and Non-ASU students
  • Open to non-U.S. students who hold student visas
  • Open to undergraduate and graduate students
  • Open to working professionals and teachers and to retirees
  • Open to Phoenix-area high-school juniors and seniors
  • Second-Year courses require completion of a placement test

LOCATION
Arizona State University is a large, metropolitan university. The main campus, housing 64,000 students, is located in Tempe, 15 minutes by light rail from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. Emblematic of the lively, eclectic atmosphere of Tempe is the city's main street, Mill Avenue. Anchored on one end by gleaming office towers and on the other by the university, with a mix of eccentric and upscale establishments, Mill Avenue caters to both international students and international businesses. 

Housing & Meals

HOUSING
CLI offers language-segregated on-campus housing at one of the ASU dormitories (TBD).

ASU typically offers double-occupancy rooms for $21.50/day, with bathrooms shared between two double-occupancy rooms.

ASU also typically offers single-occupancy rooms for $36/day. Singles are identical to doubles, but with only one occupant. They share a pass-through bathroom and have two sets of furniture.

Bed linens are available for an additional one-time $23 charge.

Typical amenities include: laundry facilities, kitchen facilities, vending machines, air conditioning and basic cable.

Kitchens are usually shared among residents of the hall and the CLI language clubs, so access may be limited at times. CLI does not provide supplies for kitchen areas.

MEALS
CLI participants may eat on campus or may make their own meal arrangements. ASU offers a food court in the student union. (See Memorial Union Businesses for details on food-court options.)

CLI does not offer a meal plan for any of its on campus programs.

OFF-CAMPUS OPTIONS
CLI students are not required to live in the ASU dorm or to eat on campus. Private summer sublets are available near campus. Price and quality vary. CLI does not assist with off campus housing arrangements.

All prices and descriptions on this page are based on 2019 pricing and are subject to change. Once ASU provides us with 2021 pricing, we will update this page accordingly. Participants are responsible for checking current prices and details before signing billing, housing, or meal contracts.

Funding

TITLE VIII FUNDING FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS

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 $5,000 for the study of First-year Ukrainian in CLI-Arizona.

Apply by January 25, 2021

 

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 $1,500 for superior applicants to study First-year Ukrainian in CLI-Arizona.

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

Apply by January 25, 2021



MELIKIAN CENTER TARGETED AWARDS FOR UKRAINIAN

The Melikian Center is offering a limited number of awards of $1,000 for students of Ukrainian. This funding was made possible by the generous support of Melikian board members, the Arizona-Ukrainian community, and other private donations.

Please note, you do not have to submit a separate application for this targeted funding. If you are applying for Ukrainian, your application for the Melikian Center Award will have you automatically considered for this specific funding.

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

Apply by January 25, 2021



NEED-BASED FEE REDUCTION

The Melikian Center offers a reduction of up to $1,000 of the published CLI program fee for qualified Pell-eligible students. This reduction applies to Tempe-based or study abroad programs. 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.

Costs

PROGRAM FEE

Thanks to ASU institutional support, CLI does not charge tuition (in-state or out-of-state) for its credit-bearing courses. 

Instead of tuition fees, we charge a flat administrative fee of $1,500.*

*For information about our reduced program fees for PELL-eligible students, please see the “Funding” tab.

Please keep in mind this fee covers academics only. It does not cover room, board, travel, study abroad program fees, books, or insurance.

This fee is the same regardless of language, and number of credits taken.

Ukrainian - 4-week optional extension in Ukraine

Overview

First-Year Ukrainian study abroad in Kyiv, Ukraine

Students of CLI Summer Ukrainian in Kyiv immerse themselves in Ukrainian culture while strengthening their mastery of the language through specially designed courses and extramural activities. This small, flexible program is customized to meet the needs of each participant.

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Details

COURSE DATES
July 19 - Aug 13, 2021

ACADEMIC CREDIT
3 credits of SLC 494

ELIGIBILITY
Successful completion of CLI-Tempe 1st-Year Ukranian intensive course.

CULTURAL PROGRAMS
Excursion and activity schedules vary year to year, but have included:

  • Downtown Kyiv Walking Tour
  • Armed Forces Museum
  • Saint Sophia's Cathedral
  • 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
  • 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.

Housing & Meals

HOUSING
Students live with Ukrainian-speaking host families.

MEALS
Host families provide breakfast and dinner.

Students purchase lunch in any of the restaurants in the vicinity of their classroom building.

Funding

TITLE VIII FUNDING FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS

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 First-year Ukrainian in CLI-Arizona/Ukraine.

Apply by January 25, 2021

 

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 First-year Ukrainian in CLI-Arizona/Ukraine.

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

Apply by January 25, 2021



MELIKIAN CENTER TARGETED AWARDS FOR UKRAINIAN

The Melikian Center is offering a limited number of awards of $1,000 for students of Ukrainian. This funding was made possible by the generous support of Melikian board members, the Arizona-Ukrainian community, and other private donations.

Please note, you do not have to submit a separate application for this targeted funding. If you are applying for Ukrainian, your application for the Melikian Center Award will have you automatically considered for this specific funding.

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

Apply by January 25, 2021



NEED-BASED FEE REDUCTION

The Melikian Center offers a reduction of up to $1,000 of the published CLI program fee for qualified Pell-eligible students. This reduction applies to Tempe-based or study abroad programs. 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.

Costs

PROGRAM FEE

The CLI 4-Week Kyiv program fee of $3,000* covers:

  • 60 hours of instruction
  • 3 academic credits
  • 4 weeks housing
  • breakfast and dinner daily
  • excursions and activities
  • insurance
  • visa
It does not include:
  • international travel
  • lunches
  • personal expenses
*All prices and descriptions on this page are based on 2020 estimates and subject to change. We are currently working with our overseas partners to get updated 2021 prices and will update this page accordingly. Participants are responsible for checking current prices and details before signing billing, housing, or meal contracts.

For the latest information on CLI 2021 click here.

If you have any questions, please email or call us at (480) 965-4188.