The European University at Saint Petersburg (EUSP) welcomes students from all over the world to apply for its one-year International Master’s Degree Programs in the field of Russian and Eurasian Studies. English is a language of instruction in all our international programs.
Choose your program:
One-year (60 credits) MA program in the politics, economy, society, and history of Russia and neighboring Eurasian countries.
One-year (60 credits) MA program with a focus on Russian cultural history and a comprehensive view on Russian literature, theatre, fine arts, ideology and religion.
One-year (60 credits) MA program in energy politics in Eurasia with concentrations on political science, security studies, and political economy, complemented by first-hand expertise in the energy sector.
An intensive Russian language course is a part of each program's curriculum and is for credit.
The International Summit 'Russia in Changing Global Energy Markets: New Challenges and Opportunities' will be held at EUSP on October 2-3, 2015. The summit seeks to identify external and internal factors influencing Russia’s energy sector, key drivers of global energy demand and the role of traditional and new energy markets. The role of international co-operation in the development of Russian energy resources will also be examined.
The event will gather experts and officials from Oil & gas companies (IOCs, NOCs, Russian and Asian operators), Energy trading companies & brokers, Banks & investment funds, Oil & LNG transporters, Technology providers to the oil & gas sector, Oilfield service providers, Shipbuilding & offshore contractors, Consultancies & analytical agencies, Legal & tax service providers.
The event is organised by EUSP International Energy Center.
Idealist Grad Fair has just finished in New York. Our alumnus Nicholas Watt (ENERPO 2012) spent a busy day telling all interested visitors about EUSP and all our International Programs.
31 August, Monday - Orientation, first day of classes, course registration starts
4 September, 18:00 - Semester opening get-together
11 September, Friday - Course registration deadline
18 September, Friday - Thesis topic and supervisor registration deadline (for 2nd study semester students)
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The ENERPO journal was established in 2013 and is a publication put out by the Energy Politics in Eurasia (ENERPO) program at European University at St. Petersburg. The goal of ENERPO Journal is to bring exposure to the ENERPO program and shed light on the latest developments in the oil, gas, and renewables industries in a way befitting both expert and casual readership. Contributing authors are primarily students and faculty with the occasional outside expert writer.
Dear students and professors! Today we have started our the Fall 2015 semester. We welcome all our IMARES, MARCA, ENERPO and USSR students from the USA, Ireland, Republic of Korea, Thailand, China, Russia, Mexico, the UK, Sweden, Azerbaijan, Canada, Germany, France, Australia, Norway and Finland.
International Programs team is always here to help you.
Traditional Summer School in Russian Studies "Russia & Beyond" gathered students from Europe and the USA. During the two weeks in July 2015 our guests had classes on campus and also discovered the city and magnificent suburbs of St. Petersburg.
Dr. Trofimova, Dean of EUSP International Programs and other EUSP professors are on the way to Japan to take part in the ICCEES World Congress. The International Council for Central and East European Studies (ICCEES) is the global alliance of national associations of Slavic and Eurasian studies, composed of the ASEEES (United States), CAS (Canada), BASEES (Britain), DGO / SOG (Germany), FAREES (Finland), ANZSA (Australia), CAREECAS (China), JCREES (Japan), KASS (Korea), and MACEES (Mongolia), and other respectable organizations.