Eurasian Regional Language Program (ERLP)

Outbound Communications Officer
1828 L Street, NW
Suite 1200
Washington, DC  20036
Phone: (202) 833-7522
Fax: (202) 833-7523
Asia and Oceania: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan
Europe: Armenia: Yerevan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Russia: Astrakhan, Russia: Blagoveshchensk, Russia: Irkutsk, Russia: Kemerovo, Russia: Khabarovsk, Russia: Kotlas, Russia: Krasnodar, Russia: Krasnoyarsk, Russia: Nizhny Novgorod, Russia: Novgorod, Russia: Novosibirsk, Russia: Petrozavodsk, Russia: Puschino, Russia: Samara, Russia: Tambov, Russia: Tver, Russia: Tyumen, Russia: Ulan-Ude, Russia: Valdivostok, Russia: Vladimir, Russia: Vladivostok, Russia: Volgograd, Russia: Voronezh, Russia: Yakutsk, Russia: Yaroslavl, Ukraine: Kiev

Host Inst.: Various

Dates: Late-Aug to mid-Dec, mid-Jan to mid-May; early Jun to early Aug

Subject: Area studies, Armenian language, Azeri language, Central Asian studies, Chechen language, Georgian language, History, Kazakh language, Kyrgyz language, Languages, Literature, Moldovan language, Persian language, Tajik language, Ukrainian language

Level: Sophs, Jrs, Srs, Grads, Adults, Teachers, Professionals
Requires: 2.70 GPA, previous study in field, 2 semesters of target language, related language, or Russian
Age Min: 18

Undergrad Credit: Avail
Undergrad: 16 for full sem, 8 for summer
Grad Credit: Avail
Grad: 15 for full sem, 10 for summer
Transfer Credit Through: Bryn Mawr College
Document Awarded: transcript

Overall Program Costs: Contact sponsor
Cost Include: airport pickup, cultural activities, emergency travel assistance, excursions, health insurance, housing included, lang courses, most meals, orient, support svcs, tuition, visa
Nonrefundable fee
Cost Range: Contact sponsor for pgm costs

Instruction Language: Armenian, Azeri, Chechen, Georgian, Host country lang, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Romanian, Slavic, Tatar, Turkish, Ukrainian, Uzbek, Yakut
Format: Independent study format, Lang study, Lecture, Seminar, Tutorial
Students: US

Housing Arrangement: Arr by pgm
Housing Type: homestays

Deadline: Mar 15 for fall/acad yr; Oct 15 for spring; Feb 15 for summer

Other Info:
Year Program Began: 1996
Orientation Location: in US & abroad
Orientation Description: pre-departure & in-country
Activities: cultural events activity, excursions activity, field trips activity, pgm travel activity
Misc: Intensive Eurasian language instruction. Title VIII and Fulbright-Hays scholarships available!
Financial Aid: scholarships
May Contact Former Participant