Amid colorful cathedrals and sprawling squares, Moscow embodies the spirit of the arts and humanities. Enjoy more than 100 theaters, 500 museums and galleries, and 100 parks—all within Russia’s dynamic capital city. With its storied history and vibrant contemporary culture, Moscow offers an exciting and enriching experience far from Tucson.
Arizona in Russia students study at the GRINT Centre for Education and Culture on the campus of the Moscow University for the Humanities just east of the city center near Kuskovo Park, the home of a famed summer palace, as well as shops, cafes, and metro stops and earn UArizona credit through the Russian and Slavic Studies Department of the UArizona College of Humanities.
This program offers an excellent opportunity for students to perfect their language skills in the real Russian world. Over 3,500 students from over 100 institutions have used this program to immerse themselves in a firsthand experience of Russian language and culture. Students of all Russian language levels are welcome!
***NOTE: This is a Faculty-Led Program and does NOT qualify for institutional aid (such as Wildcat Excellence). Please view this chart if you have any questions regarding your aid. For more information regarding financial aid and studying abroad, please visit this page.***