Program will not be offered in 2010 but may be available in future; please inquire to Overseas Study.
- Spectacular, unspoiled alpine scenery
- Mountain ranges include five of the world’s twelve tallest peaks
- Home to more than 40 ethnic groups rich in history
- Vibrant traditions of music, art and culture
- To Be Determined
- Summer Archaeological Field School
- Predeparture orientation in Bloomington
- One week of class meetings at IUB or online preceding departure
- 2-week program; students from the U.S. and Kyrgystan will be partnered
- 10 days of mapping and excavation in Koch Kor Valley
- Professor Anne Pyburn, Resident Director
- 3 IU credits applicable to anthropology major or minor
- Field Work in Archaeology (ANTH-P 405)
- Apartments in Bishkek; tents during archaeological field work
- Meals on-campus and at restaurants; meals prepared by camp cook
You may apply if you
- are a degree candidate at any U.S. college or university who is making normal academic progress,
- are in at least your fourth full-time semester of college,
- are willing to engage in strenuous activity and share rustic field accommodations without amenities, and
- have approximately a 3.0 out of 4.0 cumulative GPA.
Students on disciplinary probation during program period are not eligible.
Additional Program Information
- Contact Professor Anne Pyburn by e-mail at apyburn [at] indiana [dot] edu
- Most IU scholarships, grants and loans applicable to program costs.
- General information about financial aid and links to additional scholarship opportunities.
To Be Determined
Fees paid to IU: (academic fees, excursions, housing, most meals, health insurance)
- Indiana resident $1,637
- Non-resident $2,800
Graduate Students: Contact Overseas Study for fee information.