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UF in Moscow - Language and Culture
Moscow, Russia (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Summer A
This program is currently not accepting applications.
Budget Sheets Summer A
Dates / Deadlines:
There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
Graduate, Undergraduate
Language Requirement:
Minimum GPA:
Language of Instruction:
English, Russian
Program Advisor: Caroline Cully
Type of Credit:
Transfer, UF GPA
Open to non-UF students:
Yes Program Type: UF Sponsored
Liberal Arts and Sciences Field of Study: Cultural Studies, Foreign Language Studies
Program Description:

UF in Moscow

Language & Culture
Summer A: TBA 2018

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The UF in Moscow program offers students an opportunity to earn eight credits at Moscow State University. Study in Moscow provides students with an opportunity to improve their oral, listening, and reading proficiency in Russian language and area studies, and offers deep immersion into Russian society.


  • Unique cultural experience in a vibrant location
  • Lodging in student dormitory in downtown Moscow
  • Courses in Russian language and culture (all levels)
  • Weekly cultural excursions within Moscow
  • Three day trip to St. Petersburg, two two-day trips to other Russian cities
  • Interaction with international students also attending Moscow State University.


  • RUS4956 Russian Grammar (2 transfer credits)
  • RUS4956 Russian Oral Practice (2 transfer credits)
  • RUS4956 Phonetics (2 transfer credits)
  • RUS4956 Moscow - The Crucible of Russianness (2 UF GPA credits)

8 total credits


UF and non-UF students in good standing.

* Due to space limitations, it is important to be aware that priority is given to UF students.  Non-UF students are encouraged to contact  Study Abroad Services to be put on a waitlist.

  • Have completed first semester freshman year
  • GPA 2.5 out of 4.0 scale
  • Graduate and undergraduate students may apply
  • Have completed 2 semesters of Russian language study (or equivalent), RUS 1130 and RUS1131

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Moscow is the biggest political, industrial, scientific, and cultural center of Russia. Founded in 1147, the city has a current population of over ten million. Summer study takes place at one of the best institutions of higher learning in Russia, the famous Moscow State University. Students have an opportunity to take part in a fascinating program of sightseeing, enjoy dozens of theaters, concert halls, and museums, while witnessing the ongoing changes in the political and economic life of Russia.

Academic Credits

As the UF in Moscow is a UF sponsored program, credits from courses taken can satisfy major, minor, elective, and university requirements with prior approval. Transfer credit will be earned with courses offered from Moscow State University.

2018 Undergraduate Fee TBA
2017 Pricing: $5,339


Students live in rooms for two persons in the Moscow State University dormitory. Meals are available in cafeterias and restaurants near the campus.

Financial Aid

Most financial aid that you would receive on campus during the summer can be applied toward the cost of this study abroad program; however, all financial aid eligibility is determined by Student Financial Affairs. You must speak with your financial aid advisor to determine what aid can be applied to the cost of this study abroad program, including scholarships.


UF in MoscowApplication for summer scholarships are administered by the UF International Center. Application forms available at the website

Partial scholarships for UF students are available on a competitive basis through the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the Honors program, as well as the International Center.

Diamond Study Abroad Scholarship:

FLAS Fellowship Competition

The Center for European Studies (CES) awards summer Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowships, which are funded by the US Department of Education under Title VI of the Higher Education Act. Applicants must be currently enrolled in or accepted to a degree program at the University of Florida. Only US citizens and permanent residents are eligible to apply.

For questions and additional information, see this website:

UFIC Study Abroad Advisor
Caroline Cully

Faculty Program Director
Galina Wladyka
Tatiana Renz


This program is currently not accepting applications.