American Councils in Moldova hosted the Eurasian Regional Language Program

August, 19 2013

This year the American Councils in Moldova hosted the Eurasian Regional Language Program, which gave Stephanie Russo, a student from the USA, a unique opportunity to enjoy learning the language and culture of Moldova. Intensive classes in Romanian had an excellent outcome – they boosted our student’s language ability and even inspired her to apply for a prestigious research grant program which requires a good knowledge of the language.

Learning a language successfully is guaranteed when you are immersed into the culture of the language. The program provides the ideal environment for enriching one’s linguistic and cultural knowledge. Along with one-to-one Romanian language teaching Stephanie was actively involved in a number of events and summer projects organized by the American Councils where she practiced her language skills and exchanged cultural experiences with Moldovan students.

Living in a host family, visiting museums and art-galleries, roaming around historical sites and spending lazy summer afternoons in a local library are some of the things our participant has experienced. This is what Stephanie said when she was leaving Moldova: “If I win a scholarship to study Romanian, I would love to come back here!”

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