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Nordeuropa-Insititut Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

 

Baltic Sea Region Studies in Russia

 

 

Below you find a selection of departments and centers that offer programs or courses related to Baltic Sea Region Studies. On the list you find only courses that are offered in English. In addition to a short description of the respective institution's academic profile we also provide a link to its webpage.

 

 

 

European University at St. Petersburg
Kaliningrad Center of the Baltic University Program
Moscow State Institute of International Relations
Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow
St. Petersburg State University

 

 

European University at St. Petersburg

 

The International M.A. in Russian Studies is a graduate program for students who already hold a B.A. degree or its equivalent and wish to continue their study of Russia or other successor states of the Soviet Union. Those reading for an M.A. in Russian Studies at the EUSP are expected to achieve a solid interdisciplinary understanding of the region and to become first-class specialists in their field.
Degrees offered: M.A. in Russian Studies
IMARS

 

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Kaliningrad Center of the Baltic University Program

 

The Center offers courses produced by the Baltic University Program, provides students with information, literature, helps our students to participate in the international conferences, seminars and programs, coordinates the activity of universities participating in the Baltic University Program within Kaliningrad region. The Kaliningrad Center of the Baltic University Program works together with a national reference group of teachers/researchers from the Kaliningrad State University, Kaliningrad State Technical University, Baltic Marine Academy and (since 1999) with Kaliningrad Juridical Institute. Kaliningrad BUP Center cooperates with the universities in the Baltic Sea Region.
Degrees offered: The Center itself does not offer independent programs, but provides the students with courses produced by the Baltic University Program
Kaliningrad Center

 

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Moscow State Institute of International Relations

 

The aim of the programme is to prepare highly qualified specialists with sound knowledge on the current Russian politics. The graduates obtain Master's degree in Political Science ("Russian Politics").
This Master's Degree Programme is unparalleled for its interdisciplinary approach that implies comprehensive investigation of the Russian politics' issues as well as the analysis of Russia's development.
In compliance with the standard of the Ministry for Education of the Russian Federation this programme has been divided into three modules: 1. general social and socio-economic courses; 2. general vocational courses; 3. special courses.
Degrees offered: M.A. in Political Science, concentration in Russian Politics
Moscow State Institute

 

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Russian State University for the Humanities

 

Russian-Swedish Educational and Research Center

Speciality: History, Philology, Culturology, Politology, Public Relations (PR), and History of art. Specialisation: History, culture and policy of Sweden. Disciplines: The Swedish language (from the 1st to the 5th year, possibility of language training at language courses in Sweden), History, literature and culture of Sweden from ancient times to today. Specialist in the field of history, culture and policy of Sweden. Lectures to senior students are delivered by the Uppsal University scientists. The Centre regularly organises extra-curricula seminars with the participation of Russian and Swedish scientists, journalists, politicians and employees of the Swedish embassy.
Degrees offered: No programs leading to a degree offered, but courses relating to the Baltic Sea Region
Russian-Swedish Educational and Research Center

 

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St. Petersburg State University

 

School of International Relations

The School of International Relations was opened in 1994 and is one of the youngest teaching and research institutions within Russia's oldest university, St. Petersburg State University. It became the first centre for training of high-qualified experts in international relations and area studies opened in post-communist Russia. Today it has three bachelors and eight masters programmes. One of the programmes, New Independent States Studies is taught fully in English. Today there are over 900 students from Russia and 30 other countries studying at the School of International Relations.
Degrees offered: M.A. in New Independent State Studies
School of International Relations

 

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