The University of Kansas invites applications to its summer programs in Ukrainian and Croatian language:
June 3 – July 17, 2018
Expand regional expertise and Ukrainian language skills during this 6 week program in medieval L’viv. The program is offered in conjunction with Ivan Franko National University; 6 credit hours are awarded by the University of Kansas. Participants are eligible to apply for FLAS funding. The on-site director, University of Kansas faculty member Dr. Oleksandra Wallo, is a L’viv native and alumna of Ivan Franko National University with more than ten years of experience teaching Ukrainian language and culture at US universities. Program is open to undergraduate and graduate students. No previous knowledge of Ukrainian is necessary.
May 20 – June 30, 2018
During this 6 week summer program, students receive highly individualized Croatian language instruction while living in Zadar on the Adriatic coast. A program of lectures and cultural activities complement language instruction. Students study at LinguaCroatica, run by Prof. Mile Mamić of the University of Zadar. 6 credit hours are awarded by the University of Kansas. Participants are eligible to apply for FLAS funding. Program is open to undergraduate and graduate students. One year of college-level Croatian is necessary for participation.
For more information, visit the program websites linked above or www.studyabroad.ku.edu.
Application deadline: March 15, 2018 (priority deadline is March 1, 2018)
Questions can be directed to the faculty directors listed on the program websites or to email@example.com.