Uzbek

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Arizona State University

Levels: Beginning

Frequency: Summer

Distance/Online: No

Department/Program: The Melikian Center: Russian, Eurasian & East European Studies

URL: https://melikian.asu.edu/cli/uzbek

Tuition/Fees: Program does not charge tuition (in-state or out-of-state) for its credit-bearing courses. Instead of tuition fees, they charge a flat administrative fee of $1,500. For details, please visit their website above.

Additional Info: Summer 7 week Program, open to ASU and Non-ASU students, open to non-U.S. students who hold student visas, open to undergraduate and graduate students, open to working professionals and teachers and to retirees

Indiana University Bloomington

Levels: Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced (based on need)

Frequency: Yearly, Summer

Distance/Online: Yes

Department/Program: Central Eurasian Studies Department (CEUS)

URL: https://iaunrc.indiana.edu/opportunities/languages/uzbek.html

Tuition/Fees: 

Additional Info: Introductory and intermediate are taught both during the academic year and at the SWSEEL program over the summer. Advanced Uzbek courses are also available.

University of Georgia

Levels: Elementary (1st year) and Intermediate (2nd year)

Frequency: Every Year with a Fulbright FLTA

Distance/Online: No

Department/Program: Department of Religion

URL: http://religion.uga.edu/

Tuition/Feeshttps://www.admissions.uga.edu/prospective-students/tuition-fees

University of Kansas

Levels: One Year Self-study

Frequency: Yearly, Summer

Distance/Online: No

Department/Program: East Asian Languages & Cultures

URL: https://ealc.ku.edu/uyghur-language-program

Tuition/Fees: https://affordability.ku.edu/costs

Additional Info: The University of Kansas has a first-year Uyghur language textbook and grammar textbook called the Greetings from the Teklimakan: a Handbook of Modern Uyghur, by Tarjei Engesæth, Mahire Yakup and Adrienne Dwyer. The textbook and accompanying audio are available for download» *at no cost*. The textbook, which also serves as a grammatical reference, is suitable both for self-study and for classroom use and is equivalent to one year’s study of the language. For additional information, please visit their website.

University of Washington

Levels: Beginning, Intermediate level, Advanced level courses may be offered with sufficient student interest

Frequency: Yearly

Distance/Online: No

Department/Program: Turkic and Central Eurasian Studies Program

URL: https://nelc.washington.edu/courses?curriculum=UZBEK

Tuition/Fees: https://admit.washington.edu/costs/coa/

Additional Info: 

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Levels: Beginning, Intermediate level, Advanced level courses may be offered with sufficient student interest

Frequency: Summer

Distance/Online: No

Department/Program: Central Eurasian Studies Summer Institute

URL: https://cessi.wisc.edu/

Tuition/Fees: 

Additional Info: Scholarships available, please visit their website and the Wisconsin Intensive Summer Language Institutes website for more information.