Location
  • Russia
    • Moscow
Term
Academic Year, Fall, Spring, Summer
Subject Areas
Business Cultural Studies Economics History International Business International Relations Law Literature Political Science Russian and Eastern European Studies Social Sciences +1

Program Details

Program Type
Provider
Degree Level
Bachelors
Language
English

Pricing

Starting Price
2000
Aug 31, 2018
Nov 05, 2014

About Program

Study abroad with the Knowledge Exchange Institute (KEI) in Moscow, Russia at Moscow State University. Known to many as the heart of Russia, Moscow has remained the political and cultural hub of Russia for hundreds of years. With energetic people, a booming nightlife, and some of the best theatre, ballet, and architecture in the world, Moscow is an amazing destination to study abroad.

Courses offered in Moscow State University are offered in both Russian and English language. Russian language courses are required alongside student's electives. Excursions are available for no extra charge to St. Petersburg, Vladimir and Suzdal. Study abroad in Moscow with KEI next semester, summer or academic year!

Program Reviews

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  • Fun 7
  • Housing 4
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Sharyn
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Challenging, but so Worth it

I, along with people in the program, felt very much on our own during most of the experience. Our onsite director was difficult to get a hold of and there was a lot of confusion with our dorm passes and extending our visas.
That being said, Russia is gorgeous. Moscow is an incredible city. The difficulties you may experience with the language brings you closer with the people in your group. When I went I didn't know any Russian, but I survived no problem.

What would you improve about this program?
The onsite director was difficult to contact and not very helpful with many things. Our trip to Saint Petersburg was shorter than we were told it would be with no explanation.
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