American Councils (ACTR)
American Councils (ACTR) Programs
Take part in Russian language and Culture studies held in Moscow, St. Petersburg, or Vladimir, Russia, or Almaty, Kazakhstan. The Advanced Russian Language and Area Studies...
While the events in Russia since the 1991 dissolution of the Soviet Union have often filled headlines and captured the attention of western observers, few have a full understanding...
Take part in the American Councils Business Russian Language and Internship (BRLI) Program, which combines a highly individualized curriculum specifically designed to focus...
Earn invaluable overseas professional experience and intercultural communication skills in an international setting through the American Councils Overseas Professional and...
American Councils (ACTR) Reviews
Best summer ever
Submitted by A student from AU - American University | December 07, 2016
I'll always remember my time in Moscow as one of the most formative times of my life. I learned so much about Russian language and culture, from my classes, my host family, the cultural excursions, and just from experiencing the beautiful Russian summer. I gained so much confidence with the language and in myself. The academics were challenging, as was the adjustment to living in Russia, but I had plenty of time to explore after classes and on the weekends. Life in Moscow is fast-paced but navigable. There's always something happening, from concerts to festivals, especially in the summer, and the RLASP program let me experience that to the fullest. I miss Moscow and I miss the program. I'd go back in a heartbeat!
Almaty with American Councils - one the best experiences ever!
Submitted by Victoria001KZ - Stanford University | March 01, 2015
This is a fantastic program that I would recommend to others in an instant! Everything was great, and all aspects were well taken care of and arranged, but I still had enough freedom and "problem-solving" opportunities (just a given when living in a new country) that I felt that I grew from the experience. Overall, two big thumbs up!