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Summer School of Udmurt Language and Culture at Udmurt State University (UdSU)



Summer School of Udmurt Language and Culture at Udmurt State University (UdSU) (Izhevsk, Udmurtia, Russia)  -

Trip to Finno-Ugria: Language and Verbal Culture of the Udmurts

Duration: July 10, 2014 - July 31, 2014
Objective: to promote mutual enrichment of Russian and international students through educational and cultural programmes; to promote respect to different languages and cultures
Target Group: people from all over the world excited to acquire new cross-cultural experience and extend their linguistic prospective through immersion into unique multinational social pattern
Key Concepts: the Udmurts, the Finno-Ugric people, Ethnos, history, traditions, beliefs, modern cultural environment
Tuition Fee: 16 500 RUR (≈ 365 €). The tuition fee includes payment for the classes, breakfast  and lunches.
Accommodation fee: 3 000 RUR (≈ 65 €)

Summer Udmurt language course has been held since 2001. Participants from many European countries (Hungary, Finland, Germany etc.) as well as from the USA and Japan used to come to Udmurtia to learn Udmurt language and to get acquainted with the culture of the Udmurts. There are also a lot of participants from other regions of Russia alongside with foreign listeners.

The course programme is flexible including beginners level and intermediate level. Teachers with great experience of work with foreign students and deep knowledge of several foreign languages who used to learn languages abroad are invited for this course. Practical course of Udmurt language comprises 56 teaching hours both for beginners and intermediate learners.

In the frames of course programme lectures on Folklore and Literature of the Udmurt people are delivered to the listeners in English language (in total 10 teaching hours).
Different ways of teaching are used during the course. Students have an opportunity to visit different museums, exhibition, publishing houses of Udmurt newspaper and magazine, towns of Udmurtia. They also can meet with outstanding representatives of  Udmurt people, take part in national festivals, which are held during the course period. Real professionals, masters of arts and crafts organise master-classes (in total  24 teaching hours) on different kinds of art weaving, embroiding, beekeeping, making ceramics, cooking dishes of national cuisine. Students are also taught national dances they learn Udmurt songs and have a change to play national musical instruments.

At weekends, after hard working in the classroom, foreign students together with Udmurt students go to the village and stay in Udmurt students families. It gives foreign students a chance to use their Udmurt language experience in practice and to see and feel modern Udmurt culture from its inside. At weekends students also attend National culture centers where they can take part in different national rituals and wear national costumes.

Application deadline: May 30, 2014
For more details go to www.udsu.ru ,
http://v4.udsu.ru/english/finno_ugric_world

Contact us: finnugor@mail.ru Phone: +7 (3412) 916 170 / Fax: +7 (3412) 916 166
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