Near Eastern Languages and Cultures | Advanced Arabic II
A670 | 14579 | Tba

NELC-A670 14579 Advanced Arabic II (3 CR) 8:30A-12:30P D
Above class open to graduates only
Above class requires application and registration through SWSEEL.
Above class meets with NELC-A300, A350, A660

The IU Summer Workshop in Slavic, East European, and Central Asian
Languages offers intensive language training in Arabic, Azerbaijani,
Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, Czech, Dari (levels 1 & 2), Georgian,
Hungarian, Kazakh, Macedonian, Modern Greek, Mongolian, Pashto
(levels 1 & 2), Polish, Romanian, Russian (levels 1-6), Tajik,
Tatar, Turkish (first year), Ukrainian, Uyghur, Uzbek, and Yiddish.

Students enter the Russian program at any of 6 levels as determined
by placement examinations and complete a full year of language study
in eight weeks (except for the beginning Russian course, which meets
nine weeks). The Summer Workshop will also offer courses for
students who wish to study Russian for only one semester (four

The Workshop provides a unique opportunity for students of all
languages to immerse themselves in language through classroom
instruction and a full range of extracurricular activities. Students
either secure their own housing or live in university housing, take
their noon meal together with instructors, and are provided with a
variety of special activities, including lectures, films, concerts,
and cooking demonstrations. Students of Russian can also participate
in a play, folk singing, and a poetry club. As in past summers,
fellowships in all workshop languages are available. Fellowships
include tuition, fees, and a maintenance allowance.
Central Eurasian language courses offered in the Second Summer
Session are given as part of the Summer Workshop in Slavic, East
European, and Central Asian Languages (SWSEEL). Admission and
enrollment are only by application to SWSEEL, Ballantine Hall 502,
IU, Bloomington, IN 47405-7103. To guarantee consideration for
funding, applications must be submitted by March 23, 2011. After
this date, admission is on a rolling basis and permission of the
director is required. Students are required to enroll in both levels
I and II or seek authorization for exception from the workshop
director. For further information, call (812) 855-2608 or visit