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University of Texas at Austin announces M.A. degree in Russian Studies

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    Cian Stryker

    Master of Arts (M.A.) in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies
    Deadline for Fall enrollment: January 5th
    Deadline for Spring enrollment: October 1st
    The University of Texas at Austin announces the Master of Arts (M.A.) degree in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies is a two-year multidisciplinary program that offers advanced training for those qualified students who seek an integrated knowledge of the language, history, society and culture of the former Soviet Union, Eastern Europe and Eurasia. This graduate degree offers the opportunity to create an individually tailored program. Upon graduation, students will have an extensive understanding of the country or countries of specialization, including a working knowledge of one of the region’s languages.
    Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in any field from an accredited college or university. Preferred qualifications include significant course work on and/or academic or professional experience in the former Soviet Union or East/Central/Southeast Europe, as well as intermediate proficiency in at least one of the languages spoken in the region. A student who wishes to pursue the graduate program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies should show a substantial vested interest in our region of study through prior experience such as regional or global studies upper-division undergraduate coursework, an extended stay in the region (for research, work, study, PeaceCorp, etc), or an advanced proficiency in one of the languages of our region through course work or immersion.
    More information on the degree program available here. Admissions specific information available at:

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