Binghamton University students have participated in summer, semester, and academic-year programs in a variety of Russian colleges and universities. Here are some comments by students about their experiences in Russia through various types of work/study abroad. In most cases, courses taken in Russia will transfer to Binghamton for credit towards your Russian major, but it's best to meet with the Russian Studies advisor to discuss your study program before you go. In addition to the programs described below by students, you can find a directory of programs here.
It's also possible to spend a year in Russia through programs like the Fulbright research or language-teaching assistant program. Read about Omar Mohamad's year as a Fulbright teaching assistant in Kazan below, and learn about the Fulbright program in Russia here.
For more information on study abroad programs visit the Office of International Programs web-site.
Last Updated: 8/27/12