The European University at Saint Petersburg (EUSP) is pleased to announce its call for applications for 1-year International Master Degree Programs.
EUSP is a top graduate school in the social sciences and humanities in Russia and the only one with permanent postgraduate degree programs in Eurasian Studies in English. Our students and alumni call EUSP the most international of Russian universities and the most Russian of international universities. You can choose between MA degree programs in Russian and Eurasian Studies with concentrations in politics, energy affairs, history, culture and society. Read more...
The September issue, the first of the 2014-2015 academic year, contains three articles - two by ENERPO alumni and one by a current student in the program. In this issue you will find a description and analysis of what is happening in Russia's power sector, an opinion piece detailing the flaws in US LNG export hopes, and an account of the EEZ disputes in the Mediterranean as they relate to the recent discovery of hydrocarbon deposits in that region. Enjoy the read!
With winter approaching there are fears that Ukraine may not have enough gas supplies to last through this heating season. Ukraine’s previous supplier, Russia, has stopped exporting gas to Ukraine, citing unpaid debts, while Kiev has admitted it needs more energy supplies. Alex Pichaloff from Voice of Russia UK asked Jack Sharples, Professor of Energy Politics at ENERPO and IMARES Programs, how acute the problem is.
The 1st of September is Knowledge Day in Russia and the first day of a new academic year in the majority of Russian educational institutions. At EUSP we welcomed our new students to the IMARES, ENERPO and MARCA master degree programs. Forty students from 14 countries will study Energy Politics, Russian and Eurasian Studies and Russian Cultural History. During the first day students had a tour around the University building, visited the computer labs and library, and met professors and staff. IMARES and ENERPO students also had their first classes with Prof. Nikita Lomagin and Prof. Jack Sharples.
All EUSP students, graduates and associated researchers now have access to all articles of the Energy Policy e-journal and Energy Economics e-journal. These two journals on energy affairs provide probably the best academic materials on the subject.
Please follow the link to get access to the journals archive since early 2000s.
On June 4, 2014 Elisabeth Ludeking, a student in the IMARES program, took part in the 3rd Jury Tukalov's rowing regatta at "Znamia" rowing club and placed first in single scull racing.
The May issue features two articles from ENERPO students - one on the effect of Western sanctions against Iran on the Middle Eastern country's hydrocarbon industry and the other on the potential implications of the massive natural gas discoveries in southeastern Europe, a piece from one of our professors on continued interdependence between Russia, Ukraine, and Europe in the realm of energy, and finally a Workshop Review article with US-born Russian businessman, Boris Jordan.
Titta Andersson-Bohren, IMARES program alumna 2010, will stand in the parlament elections in Finland in 2015. Ms. Andersson-Bohren is a candidate of the National Coalition Party.
One of teaching modules at IMARES program is offered in Kazan, the capital of Tatarstan. It lasts 2 weeks and gives the students the opportunity to learn about Empire and Islam in one of Muslim centeres of Russia.
The program of the module includes 3 courses:
On Saturday, April 19, the ENERPO football team played an 11-a-side football game vs. a team of Russians and Russianists from EUSP. The final score was 6-3 for the latter.