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Diplomacy and International Relations at MGIMO
Courses in English or Russian with Eurasia's Future Leaders

  
 
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This extraordinary program at Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) is designed for upperclassmen interested in international relations, diplomacy, and/or economics. Study alongside Russia's future political and business leaders at Eurasia's leading institution for international studies. Enjoy an extensive selection of fascinating courses in Russian and/or English and regular appearances of visiting diplomats and other guest speakers - and gain valuable insights into Russia's foreign policy.

 

- Dates and Costs -
(choose one option)

Standard: $9 950*
     Fall: Sept 5 - Dec 18, 2018  (Apply by May 15, 2018)
     Spring: Feb 7 - May 28, 2018  (Apply by Oct 15, 2017)

With Russian Language: $14 995*
     Fall: Sept 5 - Dec 18, 2018  (Apply by May 15, 2018)
     Spring: Feb 7 - May 28, 2018  (Apply by Oct 15, 2017)

Summer: N/A Check our program guide for other options.

 

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- Curriculum - 

Students will sign up for up to 15 credits of courses. 


Politics and Diplomacy
 

Modern Network Diplomacy

Modern Political Atlas

 

 

Economics and Business

Doing Business in Russia

Economic Strategy of Modern Russia: Growth Points and Limitations

Global Financial Markets: Globalization and Speculation

 

Language Courses
(Adding language courses changing
the pricing category for this program - see above)

LAN 101-200 Russian Language
Russian grammar and vocabulary with speaking, reading, and listening practice. Class size is small (3-8 students).
9 credits. Prerequisites: none

LAN 301-400 Russian Language
Russian grammar and vocabulary with speaking, reading, and listening practice. Higher level courses will have more opportunity to focus on specific vocabularly and professional language. Class size is small (3-8 students).
6 credits. Prerequisites: none

 


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*Cost Includes: tuition for study as outlined, dorm stay, visa and registration, pre-departure materials, local orientation, admission to all included venues,  health and accident insurance, arrival transfer from airport, SRAS in-country support, and use of a mobile telephone for the duration of the program.

Prerequisites: Minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and 3.0 in major courses. No prior knowledge of Russian required.

About the Classes: All courses are part of regular degree requirements at MGIMO, including those in English. Students in those courses conducted in Russian are primarily Russian students and students from the near abroad (post-Soviet space). Courses taught in English will be majority foreign students, particular European, but also some Russians. Russian language instruction is conducted in small groups by level, which is determined after arrival.

Program Objectives: Two semesters of RS-100/200/300/400 is the equivalent of two to three years of college-level Russian at home. You will gain the language skills to be a strong candidate in many career opportunities in and related to Russia. After this program, we recommend continued studies in specific courses or internships related to your academic and professional objectives.

Credit Transfer and Transcripts: How many credits your home university may award depends entirely on your home university. SRAS recommends discussing this with your advisor and SRAS before you apply. Students planning on applying for credit transfer must read our FAQ page for more info. The program is hosted by Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO). While these courses are design to be the equivalent the credits listed, how many credits your home university may award depends entirely on your home university. SRAS recommends discussing this with your advisor and SRAS before you apply. Students planning on applying for credit transfer must read our FAQ page for more info. Transcripts may be requested (click for details) and are issued by the host university.