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French Language Courses

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Latin Language Courses

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Russian Language Courses

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Arabic Language Courses

The Department of Middle Eastern Studies in UT Austin’s College of Liberal Arts is currently partnering with University Extension to offer the Arabic Summer Institute (ASI) in the summer 2020 semester. ASI provides an intensive language and culture program for beginning, intermediate and advanced students of Arabic on the UT Austin campus and is open to all qualified students.

For more information or to apply, please visit: Arabic Summer Institute

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South Asian Languages Courses

In collaboration with the South Asia Summer Language Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the Department of Asian Studies in UT Austin’s College of Liberal Arts is currently partnering with University Extension to offer several South Indian languages courses in the summer 2020 semester. Subject to sufficient enrollments, courses will be available online in first and second year Malayalam, Telugu and Kannada.

For more information, please visit: South Asia Summer Language Institute

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