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POSTPONED: To Russia With UD

Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia - New for Summer 2021

POSTPONED TO JUNE 2021

Cultural and Literary Tour of Russia

Moscow and St. Petersburg Visit Red Square, Kremlin, celebrated art museums, Peter's and Katherine's Palace, writers' houses-museums. Rare opportunity to meet with students from Moscow State University and discuss contemporary political and cultural issues in an informal setting.

Faculty Leaders:

Dr. Olenick
Dr. Olenick
Dr. Rodriguez
Prof. Rodriguez
Author of My Soviet Youth: A Memoir of Ukrainian Life in the Final Years of Communism

St. Petersburg

Program Costs

Participants pay to Explorica $4468 (under age 23); $4908 (23 and over) (these prices increase $50 Oct 3; another $100 October 14).  Includes international airfare and Moscow-St. Petersburg train, * airport transfers, double occupancy room, entrance fees, tour guide, all meals except most lunches; Does not include: University of Dallas fee ($275); UD tuition for those who enroll in the optional one-credit course ($550)** ;  travel insurance; passport; visa ($200- $300); two- three optional tour days; most lunches. This program is eligible for financial aid for degree-seeking students.

 *Participants are routed from their preferred departure city to Moscow. Program is priced with a Dallas fare. Participants who choose to fly from an alternate gateway will know their costs upon sign up.(For most major cities the price difference is likely to be minimal) 

Register Today!

Course "Literary Russia".
Participants will have the option to enroll in a one-credit course. They can also take a one-credit online course June 5-7.  We will discuss important events of the Russian history, cultural peculiarities and read and discuss some short stories and poetry by Russian writers that will help students gain insight into what is commonly referred to as "the Russian soul". Course requirements will include submission of a paper after the program. Cost of one-credit course is $550.

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