Global Order — Transformations and Challenges
Program Head: Prof. Piotr Dutkiewicz, Ph.D., Director of the Centre for Governance and Public Management, Carleton University (Ottawa, Canada), member of the Valdai Club.
Working language: ENGLISH.
Students will have the opportunity to study under professors from Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Canada, the United States, Russia, France and Sweden.
Graduates will leave the program with a theoretical knowledge of international relations and the dynamics of global processes as well as a set of practical skills appropriate to both.
WHY STUDENTS SHOULD CHOOSE THIS PROGRAM?
Host institution ranks among the world’s Top 100 in the field of Politics and International Relations (QS World University Rankings);
Congenial educational environment;
Dormitory for nonresident and foreign students;
Internships, summer schools and exchange programs with leading foreign universities and research centers;
Innovative modular-rating system;
Entire educational program in English;
Opportunity for foreigners to study Russian language;
Opportunity to study additional foreign languages;
Effective career guidance from program faculty;
High reputation among employers;
Opportunity to study additional academic subjects at MSU;
Opportunity to continue in postgraduate and doctoral studies (Ph.D. and Dr. habil degrees).
WHERE OUR GRADUATES WILL BE IN DEMAND?
International intergovernmental organizations;
GR and PR industries;
Universities, think tanks and scientific/scholarly centers;
Mediation and conflict resolution agencies;
International mass media.
Politics of Integration – EU / EEU;
International Organizations – New Hegemons or Weak Partners;
Migration and Refugees: Humanitarian Aspects and Security;
Regional Problems in World Politics;
Theories of International Relations: A Critical Approach;
Governing a Global World.
Major Issues in International Politics;
State and Global Order;
Eurasian Integration: History, Theory and Prospects;
Foreign Regional Studies;
Key International Contradictions in the Global Dimension;
International Institutions as Instruments of Global Regulation;
International Economic Relations: The Political Aspect;
Intercultural Communication in International Relations;
Migration Policy in the Eurasian Space;
National and Regional Security;
Political Thought of the XX-XXI Centuries;
Political Discourse in the Global World;
Cooperation and Conflict in International Politics.
Prof. Tatiana Alekseeva,
Moscow State Institute of International Affairs,
Prof. Martin Geiger,
Prof. David Carment,
Prof. Martin Koch,
Prof. Vincent Della Sala,
University of Trento,
Prof. Andrei Tsygankov,
San Francisco State University,
Prof. Jan Aart Scholte,
University of Gothenburg,
PARTNER PROGRAMS AND INSTITUTIONS
Faculty of Law and Political Science, University of Liege, Belgium;
Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany;
School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India;
University of Dublin, Ireland;
University of Trento, Italy;
Faculty of Public Affairs, Carleton University, Canada;
School of Marxism, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, China;
School of Marxism, Chengdu University of Information Technology, China;
Institute of Philosophy, Ministry of Science, Technology and the Environment, Cuba;
University of Oslo, Norway;
University of Helsinki, Finland;
Chiba University of Commerce, Japan.
APPLYING TO FACULTY OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
Course fees in 2019: 383,500 rubles per academic year (2 semesters) for Russian citizens and 418 470 rubles per academic year for foreigners (2 semesters).
Students of the program have the opportunity to apple for the Scholarship named after A.S. Panarin. The Scholarship can cover up to 100% of tuition fees.
Applicants to the Master’s Program must pass a written exam in political science.
Phone: +7 495 939 5784;
Global Order-Transformations and Challenges Program
Faculty of Political Science
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Lomonosovsky Prospekt, 27/4
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