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Study Bachelor in Economics and Finance in Russia

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Study Bachelor in Economics and Finance (in English) in Russia under the Learning in Russia™ program for international students!

Come study with Council for Foreign Education in Russia, the official International Education partner of leading Russian State Universities and Russian National Research State Universities.

Degree/Field of study: Bachelor in Economics and Finance (in English)

Duration: 4 years
Language: English
Deadline: July 25. If students miss the deadline, they are advised to take a one year Russian Preparatory course which will give them an opportunity to be independent, work in Russia as well as enjoy the social life in Russia freely. After one year they will be admitted in the 4-year English medium Bachelor program automatically.

Partner University: London School of Economics and Political Science (University of London)

Program Structure

Subjects External examinations
1 year

1.Calculus
2.Information Computer Systems
3.English language
4.Introduction to microeconomics
5.Introduction to macroeconomics
6.Introduction to Probability Theory and Statistics
7. Choice of 1 from:
•World Intellectual History
• History of Intellectual Philosophy

Calculus
Statistics
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
English language

2 year
1. English (Academic writing)
2. Linear algebra
3. Macroeconomics – 1
4. Microeconomics – 1
5. Mathematics for economists
6. Principles of sociology
7. Statistics
8.  Principles of Banking and Finance
9. Year paper

10. Choice of 1 from:

• Principles of Law
• Methods of Optimisation
• Philosophy and Methodology of Social and Natural Sciences
• Political science

Introduction to economics
Math-1, Stat-1
Math-2, Stat-2
Principles of banking and finance

3 year

1.Elements of econometrics
2.Macroeconomics – 2
3.Microeconomics – 2
4.Principles of accounting
5-6. Choice of 2 from:
•Economics of labour
• Game Theory
•Further math for economists
7-8 Choice of 2 from
•Economics of the Public Sector
•Economic History
•Further math for economists
•Economics of Development
•History of economic thought

Elements of econometrics
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
Choice of:
• Further math for economists
• Principles of accounting

4 year

1.Corporate finance
2.International economics
3.Monetary economics
4.Quantitative Finance
5. Undergraduate thesis
6. Choice of 1 from:
•Institutional economics
•Experimental and Behavioral Economics
•Time series and panel data analysis

Corporate finance
Industrial economics
Monetary economics
Quantitative Finance

For applying to study Bachelor in Economics and Finance in one of the leading National Research Russian State University go HERE and learn the step-by-step admission process at the end of the page. Then you may fill in all fields in our INFORMATION REQUEST Form and forward it to one of our e-mails: admissions@cferussia.ru or learninginrussia@gmail.com

Study in Russia for a degree in Master in Politics, Economics and Philosophy.

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Study Master in Politics, Economics and Philosophy (in English) in Russia under the Learning in Russia™ program for international students!

Come study with Council for Foreign Education in Russia, the official International Education partner of leading Russian State Universities and Russian National Research State Universities.

Degree/Field of study: Master in Political Science (in English)

Specialization: Politics, Economics and Philosophy.

Duration: 2 years
Language: English
Deadline: August 10th. If students miss the deadline, they are advised to take a one year Russian Preparatory course which will give them an opportunity to be independent, work in Russia as well as enjoy the social life in Russia freely. After one year they will be admitted in the 2-year English medium Master program.
Educational Tracks:

  • Experts and consultants in the field of strategic decision-making in either public bodies or non-governmental organizations (government, ministries, political parties, PR agencies, business analytical centres, NGOs, etc.)
  • Analysts, researchers and teachers in academia who are motivated to continue their studies in PhD programs at leading universities in Russia and abroad.

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Program overview

The first ‘Philosophy, Politics, Economics’(PPE) program at the undergraduate level was introduced at Oxford in the 1920s as an update of classical educational programs called ‘the Classics’ or ‘the Greats’, which were well known for their emphasis on ancient history, classical philosophy and languages. The PPE program was presented as ‘Modern Classics’, or ‘the Modern Greats’, and was initially intended for young people seeking to enter the public service. For them, ‘the Classics’ were considered obsolete and unable to deliver the knowledge and skills necessary for public service in a modern state.

Oxford PPEs became an important source for replenishing British and international political elites. Among their notable graduates are the current UK prime minister David Cameron; the current leader of the opposition Ed Miliband; former UK premiers Harold Wilson and Edward Heath; the current Prime Minister of Australia Tony Abbott; outstanding political and military leaders from other countries, such as Zulfikar and Benazir Bhutto, Solomon Bandaranaike, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, and Wesley Clark; as well as famous social thinkers, such as Isaiah Berlin, Roy Bhaskar, Guido Calabresi, and many influential journalists and business leaders.

Following the Oxford model, many universities in the UK have launched their own PPE programs (York, Warwick, Manchester, Lancaster, Durham etc.). Likewise, some prestigious U.S. universities, such as Yale (‘Ethics, Politics and Economics’), Carnegie Mellon and others have done the same. In recent years, this trend has spread to continental Europe, especially Germany (Hamburg, Witten, Konstanz, etc.), Italy (LUISS, Rome), and elsewhere: China, Japan, Australia, South Africa, Israel, Turkey, etc.

In the UK, Master’s programs of the PPE/PEP (“Politics-Economics-Philosophy”) type are currently offered at the London School of Economics and University College London, as well as the Universities of York, Essex, Edinburgh another others; in Germany at Witten/Herdecke and Bayreuth Universities in Hamburg; in the Netherlands at Erasmus (Rotterdam) and Leiden Universities; and in Switzerland at Bern and Basel Universities. In the U.S., a similar program has opened at Duke University. Holding the seventh (1st in the UK) position in The Times Higher Education 100 Under 50 world ranking, i.e. among “younger” universities under 50, York University plays a leading role among PPE Master’s programs.

PPE/PEP programs provide advanced training in the core disciplines of political science, economics and philosophy, enriching opportunities for its graduates to choose educational and professional tracks in the future and preparing them for jobs requiring a broad outlook and the ability to work in an interdisciplinary environment. The qualities and skills of PPE graduates are needed in such fields as political and socio-economic forecasting, analytical support for policy decision-making, institutional design, assessment of new social phenomena in emerging knowledge-based societies and new trends in the social sciences.

Outline of the Program

The mission of our PEP program is to provide an opportunity for a cohort of bright, ambitious and motivated students to master two basic areas – economics and political science – as well as to broaden their philosophical outlook, develop critical thinking and social communication skills, and enhance their social and academic capital.
The PEP program is intended to provide new opportunities for the most talented young people motivated to absorb new ideas, tools, and techniques developed in the social sciences. It is open either to the graduates with a solid background in quantitative methods (mathematics, econometrics, computer modelling, etc.) striving to apply them to the most pressing social and economic problems, as well as to young philosophers and social theorists concerned with gaps and controversies in contemporary social sciences.

The program offers two professional career tracks for its students:

Experts and consultants in the field of strategic decision-making in either public bodies or non-governmental organizations (government, ministries, political parties, PR agencies, business analytical centres, NGOs, etc.)
Analysts, researchers and teachers in academia who are motivated to continue their studies in PhD programs at leading universities in Russia and abroad.

What is the target group of the program?
The PEP program is designed for people who are not satisfied with too narrow specialization in their undergraduate training and who are ambitious enough to expect more from their future. We are looking for bright graduates from leading Russian and foreign universities with wide interests who are ready to be at the forefront of events, either in politics or social sciences. We welcome – among others – graduates from undergraduate programs of participating faculties aspiring to strengthen their intellectual outlook and capacity, acquire additional skills, or master new professional and career tracks. The program is also open to those with a solid background in quantitative methods (mathematics, econometrics, computer modelling, etc) who wish to apply them to the most pressing social and economic problems, and to young philosophers and social theorists concerned with the gaps and controversies in contemporary social science.
Uniqueness and the advantages of the program
The PEP program is designed to master tools that address not only standard tasks characteristic of most social science programs, but also the approaches applied in the goal-setting activities, implying analyses of values and harmonizing interests in social and economic classes or groups.
Graduates of the PEP Master’s program acquire knowledge and skills to govern social processes, i.e., to design and implement strategic political projects beyond or ‘above’ routine management. Their potential can be applied in strategic planning, political forecasting and programming, and modelling political and social processes. Their professional capacity is based not only upon specific analytical methods (which is an essential prerequisite), but also on their broad intellectual outlook and comprehensive understanding of social processes. This is achieved through philosophical courses, training in critical thinking and social communication, and interdisciplinary cooperation. Due to these qualities they can count on professional and career advancement that allows them to achieve leading positions in political structures and business corporations.
When choosing an academic career, PEP graduates will have a comparative advantage in the research fields at the intersection of scientific disciplines where deep knowledge of philosophy and methodology of science is a crucial prerequisite. It is these very fields from which new scientific ideas usually originate and where the most pressing problems of contemporary societies can be reasonably tackled and resolved.

Program content (below is not an exhaustive list)

COURSES

Bridging courses(2 of 3):

  • Basics of Political Science
  • Basics of Economics
  • Mathematics

Core courses:

  1. Contemporary Political Science
  2. Theory & Methodology in Political Science and Economics
  3. Intellectual History
  4. Data Analysis in the Social Sciences

Special courses:

Economics:

  1. Comparative Economic Systems
  2. State and Economy
  3. Corruption and Organized Crime as Economic Institutions
  4. Strategies of Economic Development

Politics:

  1. Social Change
  2. Global governance
  3. Institutions and Practices in Russian Politics: Comparative Analysis
  4. Regional Studies in Comparative Perspective: Russia & the World

Philosophy:

  1. Contemporary Analytical Philosophy
  2. Political Ethics and Social Justice
  3. Philosophy of New Social Movements

Research tools:

Political Forecasting and Risk Analysis

Interdisciplinary research seminar

Partners

Our Partners Abroad

The main partner of our PEP program is the MA program “Philosophy – Politics – Economics” at the University Wittem/Herdecke in Germany.

Other international partner-universities of the Faculty of Social Sciences are:

  • University of Bern
  • University of Helsinki
  • University of Oslo
  • Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris (Science-Po)
  • University of Passau

Research Activity

  • Laboratory for Political Studies
  • Laboratory for Regional Political Studies
  • Laboratory for Anti-Corruption Policy
  • ‘Cognitive Analysis of the Academic Discourse in Russian and Global Political Sciences’ Research and Study Group

For applying to study Master in Politics, Economics and Philosophy in one of the leading National Research Russian State University go HERE and learn the step-by-step admission process at the end of the page. Then you may fill in all fields in our INFORMATION REQUEST Form and forward it to one of our e-mails: admissions@cferussia.ru or learninginrussia@gmail.com

Study in Russia for a degree in Master in Political Analysis and Public Policy.

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Study Master Political Analysis and Public Policy (in English) in Russia under the Learning in Russia™ program for international students!

Come study with Council for Foreign Education in Russia, the official International Education partner of leading Russian State Universities and Russian National Research State Universities.

Degree/Field of study: Master in Political Science (in English)

Specialization: Political Analysis and Public Policy

Duration: 2 years
Language: English
Deadline: August 10th. If students miss the deadline, they are advised to take a one year Russian Preparatory course which will give them an opportunity to be independent, work in Russia as well as enjoy the social life in Russia freely. After one year they will be admitted in the 2-year English medium Master program.
Educational tracks:

  • Political Analysis and Public Policy
  • Human Rights and Democratic Governance

Partner University: University of Bologna, Univerzitet u Sarajevu and George Mason University

Program overview

Educational tracks

  • Political Analysis and Public Policy

The program was developed on the basis of American model of teaching Public Policy Analysis – namely of Public Policy Institute of the Georgetown University and Johns Hopkins University, where the head of this program was teaching in 1993-1995. Since 2006 the Program accepts foreign students and provide courses in English. Particularly successful cooperation  with Witten – Herdcke University, Department of Economics and Management / (Germany).

The Master’s in Political Analysis and Public Policy is a two-year innovative program developing the skills required to articulate issues of public concern, analyze alternative policies, facilitate the adoption and implementation of specific public choices, and evaluate their effects. The program provides each student with a strong multi-disciplinary foundation of skills and knowledge and an opportunity to apply them to contemporary public policy process.

Our graduates are qualified and well prepared for a wide range of careers:

  1. In the government (Russian, International policy analysis)
  2. Nonprofit organizations and movements, political parties
  3. Analytical centers, think-tanks
  4. Private sector (strategic planning, personnel management)
  • Human Rights and Democratic Governance

The opening of the “Human Rights and Democratic Governance” program was initiated by the UN Department Program and supported by our Public Policy Department. A working group composed of representatives of five major Russian universities (HSE, MSU, MGIMO, RSUH, and PFUR) was created to develop and promote the program. The program was the first of its kind in Russia and is analogous to the European Master’s in Human Rights, taught at the consortium of 41 European universities.

The program has been supported by a number of prominent human rights activists and NGO representatives both at regional and national levels. Besides being the first ever course on human rights in Russia, this program is innovative in many other ways:

  1. inter-university video connection-based courses will become part of the curriculum
  2. students will be able to have internships at partner NGOs or governmental organizations that deal with human rights, e.g. Ombudsmen’s offices at local and regional levels
  3. one of the main aims of the specialization is to deepen theoretical knowledge in the sphere of human rights and combine it with research work and practical activities

This Master Program in Political Analysis and Public Policy with concentration in Human Rights will provide students with deep theoretical knowledge, strong analytical skills and practical experience in human rights research, monitoring, advocacy and litigation. Human rights experts will be able to work in state institutions of human rights protection, regional and local administrations, social welfare offices, non-profit organizations, including human rights NGOs, international human rights organizations and international treaty bodies.

Students are expected to accomplish extensive readings of literature on theory and practice of human rights protection, learn and provide deep analysis of case-law of international bodies and Russian courts under supervision of University professors – experienced lawyers, handling cases in European Court of Human Rights and UN Treaty bodies, research in contemporary human rights, practice in Russian NGOs and state bodies.

Today this Master Program in Human Rights is the only one, where all professors, in addition to their outstanding academic records, have been the leaders or staff attorneys of the most prominent Russian NGOs for long period of time. This enables our graduates to combine high level of academic research with practical skills in advocacy, socio-legal and political studies, campaigning, promotion of human rights domestically and internationally.

Program content (below is not an exhaustive list)

  • Political Analysis and Public Policy

Core Courses

  1. Global Actors in Public Policy
  2. Research Seminar “Public Policy Analysis”

Elective Courses

  1. Think Tanks as Policy Actors
  2. Anti-Corruption Policy in Public Service
  3. Migration studies and comparative migration policy
  4. Population and family policy
  5. Public Dialogue in Public Sphere
  6. Regional STI policies
  7. Comparative Legal Policy and Protection of Rights
  • Human Rights and Democratic Governance

Core Courses

  1. Global Actors in Public Policy
  2. Research Seminar “Human Rights Policy Analysis”

Elective Courses

  1. International Mechanisms of Human Rights Protection
  2. Soft Law and Regulatory Governance
  3. Minority Rights: comparative practices
  4. Legal systems on national and international levels: institutionalizing human rights
  5. Freedom of Association and Freedom of Assembly: guidelines and “best practices”
  6. Foresight as a tool for democratic governance

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Partners

Our Partners Abroad

  1. University of Bologna, Italy
  2. International University College of Turin, Italy
  3. University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  4. INGO Conference of the Council of Europe
  5. The European Wergeland Centre, Norway
  6. George Mason University, USA

Department of Public Policy is responsible for the implementation of the Cooperation Agreement between Higher School of Economics and the University of Bologna, which includes the development of a double degree program (started in 2014/15). Since 2009 the best students have been going to the University of Bologna and International University College of Turin for module- or semester-long internships.

The program welcomes foreign students, and we have taught or currently teach students from Germany, Italy, Pakistan, Hungary, USA, Japan, Indonesia, Nigeria, Romania, UK, Mongolia, Serbia, Thailand, Guinea, Morocco, and the CIS countries (e.g., Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Belarus).

We are also partners of the European Regional Master’s Degree in Democracy and Human Rights in South-East Europe (ERMA), implemented as a double degree program by the University of Sarajevo and the University of Bologna.
HSE – UniBo (University of Bologna) Double degree program (DDP)

The Program is open to any candidate, including international students, who has obtained an appropriate bachelor’s degree or its equivalent and meet the below requirements.

Admission to the DDP is organized by both Partner Universities by the Admission Commissions in each Partner University in summer period. UNIBO and HSE will each award the master’s level/2nd cycle degrees specified below, following completion of all admission and academic requirements of each Partner university:

Laurea Magistrale in Scienze Internazionali e Diplomatiche awarded by UNIBO;
Master’s Degree in Political Science awarded by HSE for the Master’s Program in Public Policy and Political Analysis.

Research Opportunities:

  1. Youth Analytic and Research Centre «Baltic Practice» — held in Europe since 2001
  2. «Workshop on Political Analysis» — the series of scientific-research seminars, organized by the department jointly with students
  3. Different student projects — analyst and research work, oriented on public policy clients in Russia and abroad, participation in large Department’s research projects

For applying to study Master in Political Analysis and Public Policy in one of the leading National Research Russian State University go HERE and learn the step-by-step admission process at the end of the page. Then you may fill in all fields in our INFORMATION REQUEST Form and forward it to one of our e-mails: admissions@cferussia.ru or learninginrussia@gmail.com

Study Political Science in Russia with a Master degree in Politics & Economics.

Study Master in Politics & Economics (in English) in Russia under the Learning in Russia™ program for international students!

Come study with Council for Foreign Education in Russia, the official International Education partner of leading Russian State Universities and Russian National Research State Universities.

Degree/Field of study: Master in Political Science (in English)

Specialization: Politics & Economics

Duration: 2 years
Language: English
Deadline: June 15th. If students miss the deadline, they are advised to take a one year Russian Preparatory course which will give them an opportunity to be independent, work in Russia as well as enjoy the social life in Russia freely. After one year they will be admitted in the 2-year English medium Master program.

Program overview

The two-year long Master’s in Political Science (M.P.Sc.) Program is designed to meet the needs of rising leaders in the public service professions, including domestic and international government agencies and non-profit organizations by providing up-to-date, firsthand information about Russia and Eurasia from a Russian view point.

The M.P.Sc. program provides rigorous on-campus training in political science and policy analysis, preparing degree candidates to successful careers and supplying intellectual breadth, organizational skills, and self-confidence necessary to assume leadership positions in an increasingly complex public service environment. Approximately 20 students will be enrolled in the program.

M.P.Sc. students benefit from:

  • a small Master Degree program designed within a major Russian international studies oriented university;
  • a diverse student body and alumni network;
  • close working relationships between world-renowned faculty;
  • an innovative curriculum;
  • an attention to career-building skills in all areas of public affairs

Curriculum

Basic Course Structure 
1st year

Subject ECTS Credits
1 semester
Obligatory
Modern concepts of the philosophy of science 2
Political Process in Contemporary Russia 2
Contemporary Foreign Policy of Russia and international conflicts 2
Foreign Language 8
Electives
Rhetoric and Art of reasoning in public speeches 1
Doing Business in Russia 1
Modern Financial Markets 1
Financial markets 1
Legal system of Russia 1
Module of Visiting Professor 2
2 semester
Obligatory
Regional Subsystems (West) EU-Russia Relations 2
Political Systems and Political Process in Small and Medium Eurasian Countries 2
Russia and New Neighbor Countries 2
Foreign Language 5
Electives
Energy Diplomacy 2
International Organisations and Problems of Global Governance 2
Russian and Global Economy 2
Mediapolicy and Power in Digital Epoch 2
Russia People and “Russian Soul”: Myths and Reality 2
Module of Visiting Professor 2
Master Thesis
Master Thesis’s Preparation 16

2nd year

Course ECTS Credits
3 semester
Obligatory
Strategies in Innovations: Comparative Analysis 2
Political Economics: Private-Public Relations 2
CISandEurasianEconomy 2
Philosophy of Science: Contemporary Concepts 2
Computer Technologies 1
Electives
Rhetoric and Art of reasoning in public speeches 1
Doing Business in Russia 1
Modern Financial Markets 1
Financial markets 1
Legal system of Russia 1
Module of Visiting Professor 2
4 semester
Obligatory
Internship 18
Final State Exams 4
Master Thesis’s Preparation 9
Master Thesis’s Defence 3

Career Opportunities

The curriculum of the Politics and Economics in Eurasia program combine training in analytical methods and practical management skills to ensure that graduates are prepared to understand problems and implement solutions. Students combine these core skills with a focus on a policy area of their choice. Toward the end of their studies students engage in a practice-oriented internship.

Program graduates have employment opportunities in federal, state, and local governments and with private civic groups, interest groups, and political groups. Students who go on to graduate work can expect to find appointments in college teaching. MGIMO graduates are in high demand by employers in business and industry. Internship Program helps considerably in finding employment upon graduation.

  • Politician
  • Diplomat
  • Federal and Regional Government Officer
  • Foreign Service Officer
  • Policy Institute Analyst
  • Public Sector Manager
  • Political Consultant
  • Political and Business Information Analyst

For applying to study Master in Politics & Economics in one of the leading Russian State University for Diplomatic training go HERE and learn the step-by-step admission process at the end of the page. Then you may fill in all fields in our INFORMATION REQUEST Form and forward it to one of our e-mails: admissions@cferussia.ru or learninginrussia@gmail.com

Study International Affairs in Russia with a Master degree in Governance & Global Affairs.

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Study Master in Governance & Global Affairs (in English) in Russia under the Learning in Russia™ program for international students!

Come study with Council for Foreign Education in Russia, the official International Education partner of leading Russian State Universities and Russian National Research State Universities.

Degree/Field of study: Master in International Affairs (in English)

Specialization: Governance & Global Affairs

Duration: 2 years
Language: English
Deadline: June 15th. If students miss the deadline, they are advised to take a one year Russian Preparatory course which will give them an opportunity to be independent, work in Russia as well as enjoy the social life in Russia freely. After one year they will be admitted in the 2-year English medium Master program.

Program overview

The two-year Master’s Degree Program in International Affairs. M.A. program at MGIMO University is designed to provide both Russian and international students with necessary skills required for employment in international organizations. The curriculum best serves those students who are willing to become directly involved in politics, government or political organizations. Courses are designed to help graduates embrace their role as global citizens who are able and willing to be part of an international, multicultural environment.

The Governance and Global Affairs M.A. program may be especially useful for applicants interested in Russian domestic politics, state and legal systems, economics and international relations. Students from countries other than Russia will attend courses in the Russian language – 10 academic hours per week. The Program provides extensive teaching of doing business in Russia, various aspects of Russian political culture, key political processes and conflicts.

Curriculum

Basic Course Structure
1st year

Subject  E ECTS Credits
1 semester
Obligatory
Russia and the USA in Contemporary International Relations 2
Global Security 2
Foreign policy process and formation of Russia’s foreign policy 4
Foreign Language 10
Electives
Strategies of the Future 2
Doing Business in Russia 1
Modern Financial Markets 1
Rhetoric and Art of reasoning in public speeches 1
Financial markets 1
National Economic Security 2
Legal system of Russia 2
Module of Visiting Professor 2
2 semester
Obligatory
Regions in International Relations 2
Modern Economic Strategy of Russia 2
Megatrends and global affairs and Sustainable development 2
Foreign Language 10
Electives
Energy Diplomacy 2
International Organisations and Problems of Global Governance 2
Mediapolicy and Power in Digital Era 2
Russian Architecture 2
Russian and Global Cinematography 1
Module of Visiting Professor 2
Master Thesis
Master Thesis’s Preparation 12

2nd year

Course ECTS Credits
3 semester
Obligatory
Strategies in the Field of Innovations: comparative analysis 2
Contemporary Foreign Policy of Russia and International Conflicts 2
International Political Analysis 2
Foreign Language 4
Electives
RhetoricandArtofreasoning in public speeches 1
Doing Business in Russia 1
Modern Financial Markets 1
Financial markets 1
Legal system of Russia 1
National Economic Security 2
Module of Visiting Professor 2
4 semester
Obligatory
Internship 18
Final State Exams 5
Master Thesis’s Preparation 8
Master Thesis’s Defence 4
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 Career Opportunities

The curriculum of the Governance and Global Affairs program combine training in analytical methods and practical management skills to ensure that graduates are prepared to understand problems and implement solutions. Students combine these core skills with a focus on a policy area of their choice. Toward the end of their studies students engage in a practice-oriented internship. Program graduates have employment opportunities in federal, state, and local governments and with private civic groups, interest groups, and political groups. Students who go on to graduate work can expect to find appointments in college teaching. Graduates are in high demand by employers in business and industry. Internship Program helps considerably in finding employment upon graduation.

  • Politician
  • Diplomat
  • Federal and Regional Government Officer
  • Foreign Service Officer
  • Policy Institute Analyst
  • Public Sector Manager
  • Political Consultant
  • Political and Business Information Analyst

For applying to study Master in Governance & Global Affairs in one of the leading Russian State University for Diplomatic training go HERE and learn the step-by-step admission process at the end of the page. Then you may fill in all fields in our INFORMATION REQUEST Form and forward it to one of our e-mails: admissions@cferussia.ru or learninginrussia@gmail.com

Study Management in Russia in Master in International Business.

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Study Master in International Business (in English) in Russia under the Learning in Russia™ program for international students!

Come study with Council for Foreign Education in Russia, the official International Education partner of leading Russian State Universities and Russian National Research State Universities.

Degree/Field of study: Master in Management (in English)

Specialization: International Business

Duration: 2 years
Language: English
Deadline: July 31st. If students miss the deadline, they are advised to take a one year Russian Preparatory course which will give them an opportunity to be independent, work in Russia as well as enjoy the social life in Russia freely. After one year they will be admitted in the 2-year English medium Master program.

Program overview

The main focus of the International Master’s Program in INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS is a combination of studying business disciplines in a global context and understanding the cultural and social processes in different countries. Graduates are prepared for managerial work, in which it is vital to understand the economic and cultural diversity of different players in real-world situations on the global market. In addition to a basic knowledge of finance, marketing, strategic management and communication theory, graduates will possess the ability to conduct market analysis, make decisions, and complete projects. They will also be able to understand the characteristics and nuances of other cultures, allowing them to work in different countries in a multinational, multicultural global context. Textbooks alone cannot teach this. The program allows students to study for one semester in our French partner-university as a part of the “Double Degree” Program, by which students can also receive a masters degree of Burgundy School of Business.

The program is implemented by Institute of Business Studies.

The mission of this program is the formation of a force of professional managers, entrepreneurs, and leaders of a market-oriented economy who are entrepreneurial, ethical, competitive, and ready to work successfully in both national and global environments.

The program is designed for students aspiring for careers in international business in the context of growing globalization.

This innovative program includes project-oriented teaching as a means of building core competencies: Considerable attention is given to methodology and personal development, which is not characteristic of /rusia’s educational tradition. Both the very structure of the program itself and the content of the individual program units were developed in collaboration with our foreign partner-universities.

Other key advantages and elements of the program include the opportunity to participate in actual, relevant projects together with foreign students; interactive sessions; business simulations; training; discussions on today’s most pressing problems; the behavioral aspects of project and change management; the unique features of management in an international environment; negotiation; and modeling and management processes.

Program content

  1. Project-oriented teaching as a means of building core competencies
  2. International team of professors from the world’s top universities, consultancies, and multinational companies
  3. Diverse group of students striving for international success and recognition
  4. Largest university in Russia with the main campus in Moscow
  5. English as the one and only language of instruction
  6. Russian language courses optional and free of charge

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Curriculum

Year 1

Core Subjects:

International Business Environment
Financial Management for Multinationals
Managerial Economics
Operations Management
Global Leadership in the age of Change
International Business Development
Corporate governance
Change Management
Cross-Cultural Management
Innovation marketing
Strategic Marketing
HR in Global Context
Supply Chain Management
Value based management

Electives:

Fuel industry in emerging markets
Automobile industry in emerging markets
Consumer behavior in emerging markets
Socio-economic activity of emerging economies population
Additional courses:

Team Building

Presentation Skills
Economic Problems of Russia

Projects:

Problems of Modern Russia
Strategic Marketing

Year 2

Core Subjects:

Research Methodology
International Project Financing
Strategic Finance
International Tax Planning
M&A
Strategy of Exit to New Markets
Strategic Communications of International Business
Management Graphics

Projects:

Consulting Project
Dissertation

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For applying to study Master in International Business in one of the leading Russian State University directly under the President of Russia go HERE and learn the step-by-step admission process at the end of the page. Then you may fill in all fields in our INFORMATION REQUEST Form and forward it to one of our e-mails: admissions@cferussia.ru or learninginrussia@gmail.com

Study Management in Russia in Master in Project Management.

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Study Master in Project Management (in English) in Russia under the Learning in Russia™ program for international students!

Come study with Council for Foreign Education in Russia, the official International Education partner of leading Russian State Universities and Russian National Research State Universities.

Degree/Field of study: Master in Management (in English)

Specialization: Project Management

Duration: 2 years
Language: English
Deadline: July 31st. If students miss the deadline, they are advised to take a one year Russian Preparatory course which will give them an opportunity to be independent, work in Russia as well as enjoy the social life in Russia freely. After one year they will be admitted in the 2-year English medium Master program.

Program overview

Project Management is one of the fastest-growing and most popular areas of business education. It is especially relevant during financial crises and times of limited economic resources. Project Management’s answer to these challenges is the creation of new ideas and the application of innovative technologies in today’s highly competitive economy.

The aim of this course is to provide managers with skills and expertise to formulate and execute the best possible response to project, communication and risk management.

Project Management is highly relevant today with the rising challenge of effective management of projects in the communities, public projects as well as private projects. It is designed to evolve critical thinking and practice in international and industry specific Project Management.

MSc in Project Management is meant to prepare highly-qualified specialists in one of management’s most in-demand areas today, as well as to help develop strategic-thinking skills and the ability to accept and implement strategic decisions in varied contexts. The program will also teach students effective management skills for both Russian and international projects.

The managers will acquire a balanced blend of quantitative and qualitative tools through theoretical and applied instructional methods. They will learn to initiate, manage and drive change through the usage of financial and business competence. This approach to project management has proven to be practical and effective in the world’s leading companies.

Key advantages and elements of the program:
–  A broad understanding of project management including its current tools and techniques;
– Earning International Certification PRINCE2®;
–  An understanding of implementing change through projects;
– The program has a strong business focus and aims to provide knowledge in other areas of business too (strategy, HRM, organizational change, marketing, planning & control, leadership etc.).

Through simulated case studies, the students learn how to successfully plan, manage and deliver projects. They will also learn how to implement project management processes, develop leadership skills and respond to real-world scenarios.

Curriculum

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Core Subjects:

  • International Business Environment
  • Financial Management for Multinationals
  • Managerial Economics
  • Operations Management
  • Principles of Project Management
  • Global Leadership in the age of Change
  • Organizational Behavior and Development
  • International Business Development
  • Data Management and Analysis for Project Managers
  • Change Management – Projects
  • Cross-Cultural Management
  • International marketing for Project Management
  • Strategic Marketing
  • HR in Global Context
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Blue Ocean Strategy
  • Project Management – Prince 2

Electives:

  • Business Evaluation
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship – Projects
  • PM Risk and Issue Management
  • Intercultural Project Management and Team Development

Additional courses:

  • Team Building
  • Presentation Skills
  • Economic Problems of Russia
  • Case Study Analysis
  • Project Simulation Games
  • How to Increase Probability of Project Success (PM)

Projects:

  • Problems of Modern Russia
  • Strategic Marketing
 Core Subjects:

  • Strategic Project Management
  • MS Project (PMI)
  • Management Graphics
  • Strategic Management
  • Strategy of Entering New Markets for Project Managers
  • Research Methodology

Projects: 

    • Theory and Practice of Project Consultancy (Consulting project with companies)

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For applying to study Master in Project Management in one of the leading Russian State University directly under the President of Russia go HERE and learn the step-by-step admission process at the end of the page. Then you may fill in all fields in our INFORMATION REQUEST Form and forward it to one of our e-mails: admissions@cferussia.ru or learninginrussia@gmail.com

Study Bachelor in Economics in Russia

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Study Bachelor in Economics (in English) in Russia under the Learning in Russia™ program for international students!

Come study with Council for Foreign Education in Russia, the official International Education partner of leading Russian State Universities and Russian National Research State Universities.

Degree/Field of study: Bachelor in Economics (in English)

Duration: 4 years
Language: English
Deadline: July 25. If students miss the deadline, they are advised to take a one year Russian Preparatory course which will give them an opportunity to be independent, work in Russia as well as enjoy the social life in Russia freely. After one year they will be admitted in the 4-year English medium Bachelor program automatically.

Partner University: London School of Economics and Political Science (University of London)

Program Structure

Subjects External examinations
1 year

1.Calculus
2.Information Computer Systems
3.English language
4.Introduction to microeconomics
5.Introduction to macroeconomics
6.Introduction to Probability Theory and Statistics
7. Choice of 1 from:
• World Intellectual History
• History of European Philosophy

Calculus
Statistics
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
English language

2 year
1.English (Academic writing)
2.Linear algebra
3.Macroeconomics – 1
4.Microeconomics – 1
5.Mathematics for economists
6.Principles of sociology
7.Statistics
8. Year paper
9. Choice of 1 from:

Introduction to economics
Math-1, Stat-1
Math-2, Stat-2
Choice of:
• Principles of sociology
• Principles of banking and finance
• Introduction to business and management

Principles of Law
Methods of Optimisation
Philosophy and Methodology of Social and Natural Sciences
Political science
10. Choice of 1 from:
Introduction to business and management
Principles of banking and finance
3 year
1.Elements of econometrics
2.Macroeconomics – 2
3.Microeconomics – 2
4.Principles of accounting
6.Further mathematics in Economics
7. Choice of 1 from:
Economics of labour
•Game Theory
Sociology of Consumer Finance
8. Choice of 1 from:
Economics of the Public Sector
Economic History
History of economic thought
Economics of Development

Elements of econometrics
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
Further math for economists

4 year

1.Corporate finance
2.Industrial economics
3.International economics
4.Monetary economics
5. Undergraduate thesis
6. Choice of 1 from:

  • Institutional economics
  • Experimental and Behavioral Economics
  • Time series and panel data analysis
  • Financial Intermediation

Corporate finance
Industrial economics
International economics
Monetary economic

For applying to study Bachelor in Economics in one of the leading National Research Russian State University go HERE and learn the step-by-step admission process at the end of the page. Then you may fill in all fields in our INFORMATION REQUEST Form and forward it to one of our e-mails: admissions@cferussia.ru or learninginrussia@gmail.com

Study Business Informatics in Russia in Master in Big Data Systems.

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Study Master in Big Data Systems (in English) in Russia under the Learning in Russia™ program for international students!

Come study with Council for Foreign Education in Russia, the official International Education partner of leading Russian State Universities and Russian National Research State Universities.

Degree/Field of study: Master in Business Informatics (in English)

Specialization: Big Data Systems

Duration: 2 years
Language: English
Deadline: August 10th. If students miss the deadline, they are advised to take a one year Russian Preparatory course which will give them an opportunity to be independent, work in Russia as well as enjoy the social life in Russia freely. After one year they will be admitted in the 2-year English medium Master program.

Partner University: University of Münster

Program overview

The program is focused on the value aspect of Big Data for large enterprises and the implementation of Big Data technology in the enterprise.
The value is one of the important characteristics that distinguish the Big Data as a new phenomenon. It is directly related to the economic impact that Big Data technology provides to users. Big Data storage in the field of financial services, telecommunications, retail and Government Administration were used to solve various business problems for many years.
Big Data technology can reduce the cost of IT infrastructure and software, reduce labor costs through more efficient methods of data integration, management, analysis and reaching a decision; to increase revenue and profit by new or better ways of doing business.
This transforms the role of systems for the collection, compilation and use of data, makes it the basis of the enterprise’s business strategy. This requires professionals with the new skills.
The program provides students with a knowledge and understanding of the fundamental principles and technological component of Big Data, preparing them for a career within companies or in scientific research.

Program content

The program consists of core courses, optional courses, term paper (first year), research seminar and master’s thesis (second year).
Bridging courses in the first term allow you to fill knowledge gaps and to take courses, regardless of your previous degree discipline.

Bridging courses

(dependent on student):

  • Data Bases
  • Enterprise Architecture
  • Data Analysis

Core courses:

  • System Analysis&Organization Design 4 credits
  • Economic and Mathematical Modeling 3 credits
  • Enterprise Architecture Modelling 3 credits
  • Advanced Data Analysis & Big Data for Business Intelligence 5 credits
  • Big Data Systems Development and Implementation 5 credits

Optional courses

Elective courses (5 from 7)
1. Knowledge Discovery in Data at Scale Technologies 4 credits
2. Cloud computing 4 credits
3. Data Visualization 4 credits
4. Advanced Data Management 4 credits
5. Big Data Collection, Storage&Processing in Heterogeneous Distributed Computer Networks 5 credits
6. Natural Language Processing 4 credits
7. Applied Machine Learning 4 credits

Elective courses (3 from 5)

1. Creating and Managing Enterprise Information Assets 6 credits
2. Predictive Modeling 6 credits
3. Big Data Based Marketing Analytics 6 credits
4. Big Data Based Risk Analytics 6 credits
5. Data Driven Process Control 6 credits

Optional course from the University Set 3 credits
Scientific and Research Internship 12 credit
Term Paper 5 credits
Scientific and Research Seminar 17 credits
Master’s thesis 24 credits

Teaching and Learning

The program is delivered through a combination of lectures, tutorials and seminars. Lectures are often supported by individual and group project work with using of software tools. Student performance is assessed by written examinations, tests, coursework and the dissertation.

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Competences and skills

The proposed program is interdisciplinary. The course forms the four groups of competences.
1. Mathematics and technical knowledge and skills in area of exploration, modeling, analyzing and using the latest Big Data tools and techniques.
2. The understanding of business, the connection between business and IT, the understanding, how to enable enterprise to be managed more effectively by using new Big Data technologies, value chains, produced by their implementation .
3. Management skills in area of Big Data systems implementation, Big Data services
4. Research skills in area of analytics and optimization skills, focused on stochastic optimization, predictive modeling, forecasting, data mining, business analysis, marketing analytics and others

An important advantage of this competence set is the resulting synergy effect of economic, technical and managerial skills. This allows you to identify and evaluate the possibility of using Big Data in the appropriate business context, to justify the benefits of this technology; to develop an architecture of Big Data system and implement it into existing enterprise architecture.
Program curricula provides a method for side-by-side formation of the competences of the four groups, based on an interdisciplinary project work.
The program provides students with a knowledge and understanding of the fundamental principles and technological component of BigData, preparing them for a career in scientific research or within companies

Scientific Council

The program is supervised by the international Scientific Council, which includes the representatives of universities, in which there are research labs or educational programs on BigData and the representatives of companies, providing BigData products and technologies.

Technical and methodological support

Students will use IBM software products for data analysis and modeling.

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For applying to study Master in Global Business in one of the leading National Research Russian State University go HERE and learn the step-by-step admission process at the end of the page. Then you may fill in all fields in our INFORMATION REQUEST Form and forward it to one of our e-mails: admissions@cferussia.ru or learninginrussia@gmail.com

Study Management in Russia in Master in Global Business.

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Study Master in Global Business (in English) in Russia under the Learning in Russia™ program for international students!

Come study with Council for Foreign Education in Russia, the official International Education partner of leading Russian State Universities and Russian National Research State Universities.

Degree/Field of study: Master in Management (in English)

Specialization: Global Business

Duration: 2 years
Language: English
Deadline: August 10th. If students miss the deadline, they are advised to take a one year Russian Preparatory course which will give them an opportunity to be independent, work in Russia as well as enjoy the social life in Russia freely. After one year they will be admitted in the 2-year English medium Master program.

Partner Universities: Johannes Kepler University of Linz (Austria) / University of Bergamo (Italy).

Global Business students enjoy a unique opportunity to spend six months abroad at two of the partner universities.

Strategic Partners:

  • Voest Alpine (Surface Analytics)
  • KPMG
  • Infineon (Microelectronics, Mobile Phones)
  • Siemens (Software Engineering)
  • Borealis and OMV (Polymer Chemistry and
    Processing)
  • Petroleum Institute Abu Dhabi (Polymer Chemistry)
  • Agilent (AFM)

Program overview

The master program “Global Business” aims to prepare students to work in a global environment. The program covers the foundations of general managerial theory and practice; various functional aspects of management within companies that operate on the global market, including strategy, marketing, HR management, and company finance; the specifics of conducting business in the context of different countries; and last but not least, negotiation and communication skills.
The three universities from Slavic (Russia), Germanic (Austria) and Latin (Italy) Europe have joined their forces to offer students an opportunity to gain a hands-on experience of the business and learning environment of the world’s leading economic regions. The learning environment is authentic for each region as the respective part of the Program is delivered by local faculty and practitioners. During the Italian term professors, students and companies will work together to share expertise and knowledge with the students working on real business projects for Italian companies.
In this unique set-up students are able to develop a global mindset and enhance their social and cultural competences. Learning is achieved through both content acquisition and cross-cultural team interactions. Cultural understanding is brought about by self-reflection on cultural experiences and active immersion in the target cultures. To enhance the process, the program places a strong focus on language acquisition of the target languages (English and Italian/German).
The program is a life-enriching experience that fosters the development of the students’ personality and provides a lasting impact on the level of tolerance for diversity, ambiguity, and openness. Each student is given opportunities to explore different areas of study within and beyond basic academics, to develop talents and to become the business leader of the future.

  • ½ of contact hours by leading foreign professors
  • Multicultural environment right from the start
  • Combining learning, social, cultural, and travel experience

Why Global Business?

Program benefits

  • The program is highly practice-oriented
  • The courses are taught by the best teaching faculty
  • Students are exposed to the real business world through regular workshops and master-classes delivered by company executives At all levels
  • Students are able to customize their education through a variety of elective courses
  • Students spend 6 months abroad at two partner universities
  • Students work on real – life consulting projects for companies in Austria and Italy
  • Students build an extensive network for future career

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For applying to study Master in Global Business in one of the leading National Research Russian State University go HERE and learn the step-by-step admission process at the end of the page. Then you may fill in all fields in our INFORMATION REQUEST Form and forward it to one of our e-mails: admissions@cferussia.ru or learninginrussia@gmail.com