|Number of Classroom Hours per week||24|
|Number of Self-Study/Homework Hours per week||20|
|Number of Hours With a Language Partner per week||3-5|
|Number of Hours of Other Activities per week|
- Kurtulus Oztopcu (2015), Elementary Turkish: A Complete Course for Beginners, Kitabevi, Sanat
Note: Textbook selections are subject to change.
As the Turkish Flagship host institution, Indiana University offers Project GO participants an innovative and challenging program in Turkish at two levels. This intensive program focuses on developing the major language skills: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Students who complete the Year 1 course will be able to navigate in a Turkish-speaking environment, engage comfortably in day-to-day exchanges, and participate in simple social interactions. All PGO students benefit from rigorous classes taught by experienced faculty, highly-trained language partners and tutors, career advising, and housing in Turkish-only sections of an on-campus dorm.
All Project GO programs provide funding for:
- Room and Board
- Travel to/from study location
The following costs will not be included in Project GO Funding: personal spending money, personal travel, costs for obtaining a passport, medication, and expenses for dependents.
Please Note: Project GO participants planning to travel abroad MUST have a valid U.S. passport in their possession no later than 90 days before anticipated travel date. Many destinations require student visas, which take additional processing time. For further information, visit our FAQs.
Project GO students enjoy a rich Turkish-language cultural program, featuring weekly presentations and films; language tables where students engage in conversation, meet native speakers, and learn more about target cultures; and other Turkish-language events.
Turkish students may also take advantage of IU’s non-Turkish events, including topical and historical presentations by faculty and by students of other programs, cooking and art demonstrations, musical and theatrical presentations, and more.
PGO students are invited to meet with private and government recruiters who come to campus, including the federal intelligence agencies, and they have exclusive access to lectures and coffee hours with senior military leaders with overseas experience.
Indiana University teaches more languages and is home to more Language Flagship Centers than any other school in the country. The university has drawn people from all over the world to Bloomington, contributing an unusually high degree of cultural diversity to the local community. Situated at the edge of the bustling downtown shopping and restaurant scene, the IU campus is widely considered one of the most attractive campuses in the country. PGO students will have free access to campus and city buses to explore all Bloomington has to offer.
Students interested in applying for summer domestic study through IU Project GO should complete the Project GO Common Application.
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