International Programs
  • 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...
  • Information for our prospective students

    Dear Prospective Students, At the moment, EUSP is preparing for the process of changing its educational license. We cannot legally admit new students before the process is complete. We expect the new license to be finalized in July 2017. Until then we are happy to receive your applications and notify you of conditional admission. Official admission letters will be sent out after new license is received. Thank you for your understanding and patience. Please contact us if you have any questions: ...
  • Vreni Veskimagi: ENERPO helped me to get a job in the energy sector

    Vreni Veskimagi, ENERPO program alumna (Class 2015), visited us as a lecturer in March 2017 to conduct a seminar for ENERPO and ENERPO Plus students. She also shared with us her memories about the study at EUSP: I decided to study at EUSP because of my interest in energy politics. After studying 4 years in the US, I felt fascinated by the idea of doing my masters studies at Saint Petersburg to get an absolutely different cultural experience. The ENERPO program improved significantly my knowlegd...
  • Time journey to the ancient capital of Russia

    The second weekend of April IMARES, ENERPO and MARCA students and alumni spent in one of Russia's oldest cities, Veliky Novgorod. Just 180 km from St Petersburg there is a completely different world. EUSP Professor Sergei Podbolotov took the students on a centuries-long journey, starting from the earliest pagan times to the richest republic with hundreds of churches, monasteries and markets, and its eventual take-over by mighty Moscow. Students not only learnt about Russian history, but also fe...
  • Great alumni and faculty reunion in London, UK

    As part of the trip to BASEES Conference EUSP professors N.Lomagin, M.Titov, N.Kozhanov and G.Avetikyan decided to organise a small reunion for all our alumni in London. The meeting on March 30, 2017 wasn't small at all. We are thankful to all EUSP alumni who joined us that evening.
  • ENERPO Workshop: Biomethan Market in Estonia and Estonian National Energy Policy and Security

    On March 17, 2017 we welcomed our alumna Vreni Veskimagi (ENERPO'15), Biomethane Project Manager at Elering OÜ (Estonia). Ms. Veskimagi focused on the current situation in the Biomethan Market in Estonia and Estonian National Energy Policy and Security. During the Q&A session at the end of the presentation Ms. Veskimagi shared her career story and gave advices to the current ENERPO and ENERPO Plus students.
  • EUSP International Advisory Board meeting in New York

    IMARES, MARCA and ENERPO program alumni (classes of 2005-2016) have recently attended the EUSP International Advisory Board meeting in New York. There were many happy moments of reuniting with old friends and making new connections. The alumni also met with the Provost Veljko Vujacic and discussed ways to get the EUSP community more involved in the life of our University. We sincerely thank all attendees and encourage current students to get involved in EUSP international alumni network.
  • US-based alumni gathered in Washington, DC

    On Saturday 25th February, a group of US-based alumni gathered in Washington, DC for the inaugural event of the EUSP Alumni Association North America. We were joined by Maria Trofimova, Dean of International Programs, and Professor Gevorg Avetikyan. We met at City Tap House, a bar in Chinatown, for an evening of good food and lively conversation. After the event, the conversations continued outside the bar and down the street, as alums caught up with old friends and forged connections with new ...
  • Spring Semester 2017 begins on January 30

    Dear students and professors! Welcome back to the University after long winter holidays. The spring semester 2017 begins on January 30. We are happy to have 8 International Programs students in the Fall 2016 Dean's list and hope to have more in the Spring semester. Good luck!