Summer Workshop in Slavic, East European
at Indiana University
June 18-August 13, 2010
Intensive language training has been offered at the Bloomington campus of Indiana University since
1950. The Summer Workshop provides up to 200 participants in Slavic, East
European and Central Asian languages the opportunity to complete a full
year of college language instruction during an eight-week summer session.
Utilizing the resources of Indiana University's own specialists as well as native speakers from
other universities and abroad, the Summer Workshop has developed and maintained
a national program of the highest quality. Allowing all participants to
pay in-state tuition fees, the program has as its goal the enhancement
of speaking, reading, listening and writing skills through classroom instruction
and a full range of extra-curricular activities. Fellowships and funding
Knowledge of Slavic, East European, and Central Asian languages prepares
students for exciting career opportunities in areas such as government,
higher education, not-for-profit institutions, public health, law, international
development, the military, journalism, environmental issues, the arts
For summer 2010, the American Council of
Learned Societies (ACLS) will fund the teaching of
Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, Macedonian, Polish and Romanian. Tuition for these
courses will be waived for graduate students specializing in East European
studies in any discipline.
Application Deadline: March 22, 2010; thereafter, rolling admissions.
Deadline for consideration for Fellowships is also March 22, 2010.
APPLICATIONS FOR 2010 WILL BE OPEN SOON