Domestic Study

 

DOMESTIC STUDY (SUMMER ONLY)

 

Project GO at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is able to fund the study of Hindi, Indonesian, Russian, and Urdu for Summer 2017.  The study of these critical languages take place on the campus of UW-Madison through intensive or immersive summer programs. For information about our study abroad language offerings, click on the Study Abroad tab above. Students are encouraged to apply to the program options for which they are eligible. 


Hindi and Urdu (Beginning-Advanced) are offered in Madison through the South Asia Summer Language Institute (SASLI).  Classes are held from 8:30am-1pm, Monday through Friday, over the span of the 8-week program.  The course covers two semesters of language study, and focuses on speaking, listening, reading and writing.  More information can be found on the SASLI website. The application for SASLI can be found here

 

Indonesian (Beginning-Advanced) is offered in Madison through the Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The course is equivalent to two semesters of study, with full academic year credit. Instruction is given in small individualized groups taught by a team consisting of a coordinator (usually a linguist specializing in Southeast Asian language pedagogy) and teachers who are native speakers of that language. Instruction is intensive. Classes are held from 8:00 am to 12:30 pm, Mondays through Fridays. More information can be found at the SEASSI website. The application for SEASSI can be found here.

 

Russian (Beginning-Advanced) is offered in Madison through the Department of Slavic Languages and Literature on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  The course is intensive, 8-credits, beginning level, for students with little or no prior experience with the language.  Classes are held for four hours per day, Monday through Friday, over the span of the 8-week program.  The course covers two semesters of language study.  More information can be found at the Department of Slavic Languages and Literature website. You must apply as a UW-Madison Special Student; more information and the application can be found here

 

More information can be found at the National Project GO website.