St. Thomas More College at the University of Saskatchewan in partnership with the Ukrainian Catholic University invites English speaking students from around the world to participate in a five-week study abroad session at the Ukrainian Catholic University in Lviv, Ukraine. The session presents a unique opportunity to study Ukrainian culture and language, post-Soviet society in transition, and Eastern Slavic civilization by the way of direct experience in independent Ukraine while taking University of Saskatchewan courses for credit from University of Saskatchewan and local instructors. Instruction is conducted in English for non-language classes, and in Ukrainian and/or English for language classes.
With course offerings in Humanities and Social Sciences, this session is aimed primarily at second and third year students interested in international experience and in Eastern Europe or Ukraine specifically. Students from other universities should register at the University of Saskatchewan for the summer session.
The program cost is $2,640 (CAN), this includes tuition, administrative costs, fieldtrips, room & board. Airfare and medical insurance are not included.International students and students from other universities: University of Saskatchewan registration fees extra.
Field of Study: Ukrainian Studies (language and culture), Religious Studies, Political Studies, International Studies, and other disciplines. For course offerings contact Dr. Natalia Shostak, Summer Session Coordinator, and the UofS website (provided below).
Late applications will be considered until April 25, 2003.
Natalia Shostak, Ph.D.
St. Thomas More College
University of Saskatchewan
1437 College Drive
Saskatoon, SK, CANADA, S7N 0W6
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