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The MIM program is headed by wonderful people. If you want to come, you ought to just go ahead and do it. It is impossible to regret it. Also, it is quite beneficial to know at least a little Russian before coming, it will help a lot.
Northern Michigan University
It was worth coming here, and the difference between the American and Russian system of math education is worth experiencing. You are put on the spot more frequently and there are more chances to be embarrassed, but the atmosphere makes class more exciting and engaging. If you come, be sure to take some side trips out into Russia and Ukraine and if the Bolshoi Theatre is open for you ( I say this for the fall 2030 class), you should check it out.
University of Washington
I’d like to mention one thing more than others: the people I met were very kind, which is easily said, but even easier when it’s true.
(Kingdom of The Netherlands)