The Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures believes that studying abroad, be it for a summer, a quarter, or a full year, can be a wonderful way to supplement what is offered on campus. For students of language, it is clear that there is no substitute for the kind of 100% immersion in another culture that can only be achieved by living in the country. Even for more casual students of Slavic literature, culture and society, there is much to be gained by taking some courses in a foreign land.
Study abroad programs take students to Russia, the Czech Republic and Poland. The program in the Czech Republic takes place in the summer and has been specially designed by our department. If you have questions, please contact The Study Abroad Office (847.467.6400) for further information or visit the Northwestern Study Abroad site.
And be sure to take a look at some of the Slavic Department's students who've gone abroad and have been featured in Northwestern Magazine:
Chris Pike Jackie Burns