Russian is both an official language of the UN and one of the world’s most commonly spoken languages. It has been designated a “critical language” by the U.S. government, and has been identified as a repository language for world knowledge. Russian is widely used across much of the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, and is appearing increasingly in major cities in Western Europe and the U.S. Russian is the language of some of the world’s greatest writers, composers, artists, performers, and scientists.
Contrary to popular belief, Russian is not difficult to learn—Rhodes Russian students and graduates provide living proof of that fact. They enjoy a variety of interdisciplinary courses (some taught in 英语 translation) in Russian language, literature, culture, music, religious philosophy, and linguistics. Approximately 60% of Rhodes graduates with a Russian Studies major or minor attend top graduate schools in a discipline related to Russian. In recent years Rhodes 俄罗斯研究 graduates have earned advanced degrees in Russian language and literature, 国际问题研究, Slavic folklore, 商业, 物理, and Law.
Rhodes offers a Russian Studies major and minor and 俄罗斯研究 – IS bridge major. 学生们 can participate in the Maymester in St. Petersburg, Russia (mid-May – mid-June of every year), Semester and Year Study-Abroad at Novgorod State University (Novgorod) and the Smolny Institute (St. Petersburg), the Rhodes Chapter of the National Slavic Honor Society (多布罗言论报), and the 俄罗斯俱乐部.
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The Summer Intensive Study Program in Russia offers three and a half weeks of courses in Russian Language (taught in Russian at all levels), several excursions in the city, with an opera and/or ballet performances; and a trip to Novgorod. 学生们 live in two-room suites in a students’ dormitory. Rooms are furnished and have a separate bathroom. Transportation to school and scheduled events is provided by the host institution.
May is a fascinating month in the city of St. Petersburg. A celebration of the city’s anniversary takes place, which features an international band parade down Nevsky Avenue, an orchestral concert and ball on Palace Square in front of the Hermitage, and fireworks on the banks of the Neva River. In addition, the city’s famous White Nights develop during this time, reaching their peak in mid-June.
The host institution, the Gornyi Institute of St. Petersburg, has a venerable history: it was founded in 1773 by Catherine the Great. It represents one of only three Russian universities that have been declared a “national treasure” by the Russian government. The Gornyi Institute is well-known in the Russian departments in the U.S., for it offers excellent facilities for the instruction of Russian and attracts the finest teachers of Russian from all over the world.
“For me, Summer Intensive Study Program in Russia provided many new and enjoyable experiences. I loved sitting underneath the Baltika tent with my fellow classmates, devouring shashlik while enjoying the beautiful nighttime view of the Gulf of Finland. … While touring the exquisite rooms of the Hermitage, I viewed original works from Da Vinci, Rembrandt and Picasso. My first visit to the circus was in Moscow and my hands ached afterward from gripping my seat in nervous anticipation when the acrobats swung precariously from trapezes. Participating in the Russia Maymester was extraordinary and I hope that someday I will be able to return to the “motherland” once again!” 杰拉布拉德肖 （暑期学习计划，2004年）
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Six Rhodes students participated in the Russian Maymester in St. Petersburg in the summer of 2008, three in the summer of 2009. They took classes in the Russian language and literature, enjoyed sightseeing, two ballet performances, numerous museum visits, and a trip to Novgorod. Here are some pictures. If you are interested, contact Prof. Alexandra Kostina at firstname.lastname@example.org 或x3991。