University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

Area, Ethnic, Cultural, Gender And Group Studies graduate programs at University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

University of Michigan-Ann Arbor offers 10 Graduate degree programs

Students Enrolled in University of Michigan-Ann Arbor graduate programs : 16828

Composition of students population for Russian, Central European, East European and Eurasian Studies

Masters degree in Russian, Central European, East European and Eurasian Studies awarded to 28 students
International Students 6
Female students 24

Tuition

Russian, Central European, East European and Eurasian Studies Graduate program Tuition for in state students $23,128
Out of State Average Full Time Tuition for Russian, Central European, East European and Eurasian Studies Graduate Program $46,678
U-M LSA Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies
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Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies (CREES).

CREES offers a 9-12 credit hour Graduate Certificate Program in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies. This certificate is intended primarily for graduate-level students in LSA departments and professional schools as a means to acquire context-based expertise on the region of the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe as well as formal recognition of this expertise on their U-M transcript.

Core Colloquium. REEES 601, REES Graduate Core Colloquium. Required for all certificate students for one year, including one fall semester and one winter semester ideally during the first year after joining program. This ongoing course draws on and addresses area-related issues, including programs (Noon Lectures and Center events) Center gateway and other course lectures guest speakers with occasional separate meetings on development and current state of REES. All students are expected to attend CREES Noon Lectures. (2 credits).

Practicum Experience. Completion in a practicum (or an additional 3-credit course). Successful completion of a practicum experience might include fulfillment of an internship related to Russia, East Europe, or Eurasia training in a specific skill relevant to the student’s professional interests undertaking a focused research project in or on Russia, East Europe, or Eurasia (separate from U-M coursework) intensive language study.

Language Proficiency. Students must have at least 2nd-year competency in a REE-area language (3rd-year for Russian or Polish), as demonstrated by coursework (with a grade of B or better in the final semester) or with satisfactory performance on an examination administered by the relevant U-M department.

U-M LSA Middle East Studies
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Applications for each admissions cycle are available from early September to December 1. The Middle East Studies does not offer rolling admissions and considers applicants for Fall enrollment only. Complete applications are reviewed once annually. Late applications will not be considered once the file review begins.

A complete admissions application to the Middle East Studies for the PhD program must include the following materials:.

Upload an electronic version of your official transcripts for each Bachelor Master Professional, Doctoral degree, completed or in progress, as well as any non-degree and study abroad transcripts, through your application acccount.

If you are recommended for admission, you will receive an email notification from the Rackham Graduate School requesting official transcript(s) for each degree you have received or that are in progress.

Sending official transcripts to the Rackham Graduate School.

Scholarships and financial aid available for Russian, Central European, East European and Eurasian Studies

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CREES Graduate Student Associates include University of Michigan, Ann Arbor students enrolled in center graduate programs or specializing in Russian, East European, or Eurasian studies in other graduate-level departmental or professional degree programs. Graduate Student Associates are an integral part of the multidisciplinary community of scholars at CREES.

U-M students in REES master’s degree and certificate programs are automatically considered CREES Graduate Student Associates. U-M students pursuing other REE-focused graduate-level degrees may for this status.

Use of CREES Graduate Student Associate title on CVs and resumes.

Priority in opportunities for contact with CREES visiting scholars and guest lecturers.

Applicants for CREES Graduate Student Associate status must submit an application form. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year.