Study abroad in St. Petersburg, Russia!
This program is for those students who wish to immerse themselves in rich Russian culture. St. Petersburg offers a historical city that comes to life on a daily basis.
June 29-July 29, 2014
St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University (SSPU)
Students choose two classes for 3 credit hours each from a variety of options. Classes are scheduled for 2 days a week. There will also be a required day for field experiences each week. Weekends involve planned group trips to historical and cultural sites in St. Petersburg. An optional 3-day trip is available to Russia's capital, Moscow. Guided tours of the city and it museums are included and a trip to the world-famous Russian circus are included in this trip.
Students will stay in SSPU's international building. Each room is a large double suite with 2 students per room. Each suite shares a kitchen and bathroom. A cafeteria and laundry room is located in the building.
The Program includes breakfast everyday and breakfast and dinner during the Baltic Sea cruise.
$4950; this includes round-trip airfare from Atlanta to Russia, Russian Visa, transportation from the airport to the campus and return to the airport, breakfast every day, insurance, 4 day Baltic Sea cruise which stops in Finland, Sweden, and Estonia (breakfast buffet and dinner buffet included every night), an overnight stay in Frankfurt, Germany on the return flight back to Atlanta, 40 trips on the on the St. Petersburg subway system. There is a $100 per credit hour charge in addition to the program fee. For more information visit the European Council Website
How to apply
Complete the preliminary application on the IP public page on Viking Web. Make an appointment with the IP Director by calling ext. 4065. Complete the paperwork given to you at this meeting and pay the $200 deposit directly to the European Council through their website. Pay the balance to the EC; you will be charged by Berry College for the $600 in credit hour fees.