Program Cost and Deadlines

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Program Cost and Deadlines

Program dates for SSRES 2017: May 29 – July 22

SSRES 2017 Schedule:

May 26 – Students arrive to Astana

May 27-28 – Proficiency testing, course placement. Cultural program starts

May 29 – Classes start

July 18 – Last day of classes

July 19-21 – Final Exams and exit proficiency testing

July 22-23 – Students leave Astana

PROGRAM FEE

Option 1: $6500

8-week Intensive Russian Course (8 Carnegie Credits, 16 ECTS credits, 120 contact hours)

“Practical Kazakh Language and Culture” course, free and included in the program

Housing, meal plan, gym pass, and cultural program are included

Option 2: $7500

8-week Intensive Russian Course (8 Carnegie credits, 16 ESTC credits, 120 contact hours)

One elective course in Eurasian Area Studies

“Practical Kazakh Language and Culture” course, free and included in the program

Housing, meal plan, gym pass, and cultural program are included

Option 3: $3500

8-week Intensive Kazakh course (8 Carnegie credits, 16 ECTS credits)

“Practical Russian Language and Culture” course, free and included in the program

Housing, meal plan, gym pass, and cultural program are included

* In order to promote the study of the Kazakh language in the world, SSRES is pleased to offer this special introductory price for our Kazakh course offering for 2017

Option 4: $5000

8-week Intensive Kazakh course (8 Carnegie credits, 16 ECTS credits)

“Practical Russian Language and Culture” course, free and included in the program

Elective course in Eurasian Area Studies

Housing, meal plan, gym pass, and cultural program are included

 

The program fee includes:

Housing (in a dormitory, shared two-person rooms)

Airport pick up / drop off

Excursions, cultural program

Tutoring program

Books (to be returned to the library after the program)

Gym pass

Meal plan

Visa invitation letter issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to apply for L1 student visa

*These are estimated expenses to help you plan and prepare for the program. These amounts are subject to change depending on international economic factors and past participant reports. Student expenditures in the country depend greatly on personal spending habits, post-or during-program travel, and available funds.

NOTES:

  1. There is a non-refundable deposit of $200.
  2. Public transport may be needed to go places outside the campus. Students living in dorms will be able to walk to classes.
  3. The meal plan include lunch and dinner only (Monday – Friday)
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