International Programs
  • ENERPO Journal (Vol.5 issue 2)

    The 2017 issue of the ENERPO Journal is ready for reading. The ENERPO journal was established in 2013. Contributing authors are primarily students and faculty with the occasional outside expert writers. In this issue: CONFERENCE REPORT Clean Energy Forum 2016: Finding a Balance for Sustainable Development in Russia Irina Mironova, Alberto Perego ANALYSIS Russian Hydrocarbon Development in the Arctic in Spite of Sanctions Glenda Pavon-Suriel ANALYSIS Solar Power: CSP and PV Plants Comparison and...
  • Peter Bannink: I am still in touch with fellow students, now living and working all over the world.

    We were happy to receive a message from Peter Bannink, one of our most active IMARES program students, who visited the majority of EUSP events and open lectures even after his graduation: In the midst of the cold winter of 2012, I started the IMARES program at the charming pink palace on Gagarinskaya, and until today I have daily reminders of my time spend in St. Petersburg. I am still in touch with a great group of fellow students, now living and working all over the world. Our courses were ve...
  • Nicholas Marmet: EUSP has played a pivotal role in my career path

    We are glad to share with you a letter from Nick Marmet, one of our best MARCA students (class 2012): EUSP helped me to take the knowledge and skills that I had acquired while studying Russian as an undergraduate student in the US and further develop them to help me land the job that I wanted after graduating. The one-year Master’s program is truly unparalleled in the experience, exposure, and insights that it offers to international students seeking to better understand Russia and the former U...
  • ENERPO Journal: Call for Papers

    ENERPO Journal announces call for papers for October and December issues of 2017. The Journal accepts articles written in English on the subjects of energy security, energy economics, energy policy and the role of various fuels in the energy system.
  • Olga Novikova, a new Doctor of Philosophy in our team

    Olga Novikova, our Senior Administrator and EUSP International Programs Admissions Officer, has received a PhD degree in Philosophy from St.Petersburg State University. Our best congratulations to a unique expert of moral aspects in the field of philosophy of cognitive science. We hope it is not the finish point of her research work. The PhD thesis, all the papers and even a video of the defense are available here - https://disser.spbu.ru/disser/dissertatsii-dopushchennye-k-zashchite-i-svedeniy...
  • The Small Marble Palace: a beautiful fluke from the 19th century

    Christian Toson, EUSP alumnus, just published an interesting article in the 'Prospekt magazine' about the history of the EUSP building - beautiful Small Marble Palace: It is difficult not to notice the Kushelev-Bezborodko Palace when walking along Gagarinskaya street. Its pink and grey marble facade, finely sculpted double-arched windows, and decorative lions with Italian motifs, combine for a unique piece in the great architectural ensemble of St Petersburg. Despite the city’s rich heritage, t...
  • Dean's List: Spring 2017

    Our congratulations to all EUSP International Programs students who made the Dean's List for the Spring 2017 Semester. Well done! You will get a notation of this achievement on your Academic Transcript. To be eligible for the Dean's List in a given term a student should have term GPA of 3.60 or better, have no grades below B- and earn at least 18 credits in a given semester. 2017 Spring Semester Figler Alexandra Nicole (MARCA) Haffner Claire Hewes (IMARES) Kienitz Otto Joseph (IMARES) Van der H...
  • New lecture by Vladimir Gel'man is awailable online

    Professor Vladimir Gel'man gave a lecture "Temptations and Constraints of Authoritarian Modernization in Russia" within the framework of the joint lecture series "Revolution - Transformation - Globalization. Russia 1917-2017" organised by the Institute for East Europe Studies at the Freie Universität Berlin (OEI) and the Center for Eastern European and International Studies (ZOiS). The lecture is available online - Vladimir_Gelman_Temptations_and_Constraints_of_Authoritarian_Modernization_in_Ru...
  • Hannes Farlock: IMARES program offered a true opportunity to change my professional life

    Hannes Farlock, IMARES program alumnus (class 2012) , just sent us a nice letter from Moscow where he heads one of the departments at the German-Russian Chamber of Commerce: After having worked several years in my first job in Germany after university, I felt the urge to change my professional career and to focus on the CIS countries. The IMARES program offered a true opportunity to do this. For me it was a very valuable experience that sharpened my understanding of the region, the language and...
  • Amanda Sonesson: EUSP is a place where I immediately felt at home

    Amanda Sonesson, USSR program alumna (class 2015) and now an intern at Central Asia Solidarity Groups, just sent us a warm testimonial from Kyrgyzstan: For me, EUSP did not only represent an incredible opportunity to gain new knowledge in an hard working and inspiring environment with knowledgeable and dedicated teachers, it also represents a place where I immediately felt at home. The warm welcome that I got by both staff and teachers after deciding to drop out of the university that I was ori...