Опубликовано: 24.03.2016 15:05
This June and July MGIMO Summer School offers two three-week intensive Modules on Russian foreign and energy policies. The Modules are taught in English by prominent, internationally recognized MGIMO University professors, at graduate level. Students will attend daily lectures, followed by group seminars and teamwork projects.
Each module consists of Discipline-Specific Courses (42 hours and a 4-hour oral exam, 4 ECTS credits), and 30 hours of the Russian Language Course (4 ECTS credits).
Both Modules cover topical issues of the Russian energy policy and diplomacy, international energy security and energy cooperation, foreign policy of Russia in the areas of economics, international trade and international relations, the contemporary Middle East and relations with the European Union, globalization, international development, and warfare in the modern world.
The Russian Language Course is taught in groups composed of students with similar levels of proficiency in the Russian language.
Students will meet prominent Russian politicians and diplomats, representatives of Russian and international big businesses.
Module 1 “Russian Foreign Policy: Modern Challenges”
June 20 – July 10.
This module is taught by the leading professors of MGIMO University:
“Introductory Lecture” by Professor Artem Malgin, Vice-Rector, MGIMO University
“Russian Foreign Policy” by Professor Yuri Dubinin, Department of International Relations and External Policy of Russia, MGIMO University
“Russian Foreign Policy: Legal Perspective” by Professor Alaxander Vylegzanin, Head of Department of International Law, MGIMO University
“Russian Economy in the Global Context” by Professor Alexander Bulatov, Head of Department of World Economics, MGIMO University
“Economics of Politics and International Relations” by Professor Anton Oleynov, Professor, Department of World Economics, MGIMO University
Special Guest: Dmitri Trenin, Director, Carnegie Moscow Center, Chair of the Research Council and the Foreign and Security Policy Program, - will chair a round-table discussion on topical issues of current Russian foreign policy
(For more information about instructors visit www.mgimo.ru and www.carnegie.ru).
Module 2 “Russian Energy Policy”
July 11 – 31.
The “Contemporary Russian Energy Policy” Discipline-Specific Courses include 42 hours of lectures and discussions (see below), and a 4-hour Case-study discussion “Shale Gas Revolution: is it Global or Confined to America? Shale Gas Production: Pros & Cons. Role in the Ukrainian Crisis”, 4 ECTS credits), and 30 hours of the Russian Language Course (4 ECTS credits). This module is taught by the leading MGIMO professors and executives from the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
“International Energy Security: Russian Perspective” by Nikolai Mironov, Professor, International Institute of Energy Policy and Diplomacy, MGIMO, Head of Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia
“Current Energy Policy of Russia” and “International Business Environment for the Oil and Gas Sector” by Professor Sergey Vasiliev, Director, MGIMO-University at Odintsovo,(former Deputy Director, International Institute of Energy Policy and Diplomacy)
“Sustainable Development of Energy Resources of the Arctic: Russian Perspective” by Alice Khubaeva, Senior Researcher, International Institute of Energy Policy and Diplomacy
“Pipeline System of the Russian Federation: Maintenance & Development” by Alexander Nedospasov, Senior Researcher, International Institute of Energy Policy and Diplomacy.
(For more information about instructors visit www.mgimo.ru).
This year Summer School will be held at a new MGIMO campus at Odintsovo, in the prestigious Moscow suburban area “Rublevka”, where the President of Russia and most of the Federal ministers reside.
Located at a 25 kilometer distance from the Red Square of Moscow, the new campus is noted for healthy country-side environment and an efficient transportation system bringing you to downtown Moscow in no more than half an hour.
The Summer School students will be placed at the MGIMO University-at-Odintsovo officially registered 4-star Hotel attached to the main University building.
Tuition fee for one Module is 2 000 Euros.
It covers application processing, shared accommodation in a twin-room at the University Hotel, tuition, library, use of outstanding sports facilities (12 specialized gyms including a 25-meter swimming pool), sight-seeing tours and social events. Twin room sole occupancy, suites and studios are available at the University Hotel on request at higher prices.
Visa support will be also provided free of charge.
Those who choose to apply for our Modules, please fill out our online application form. If your application is accepted you will be sent a letter of Confirmation, as well as our Contract. After signing the Contract, you can pay for the Module you choose by bank transfer.
Should you have any questions, or want to know the status of your application, feel free to contact the Summer Program manager at firstname.lastname@example.org For more information about the University Hotel, the outstanding sports facilities and other campus facilities of MGIMO at Odintsovo, please, visit www.odin.mgimo.ru .
For further information call +7 (925) 243-3040 or +7 (495) 590-7254.
Our mailing address is: 143000 Odintsovo, Novo-Sportivnaya ulitsa, 3
We arrange transfers from Moscow airports to the MGIMO Campus in Odintsovo for students arriving in groups. Otherwise, please, take a taxi to Odintsovo, Novo-Sportivnaya ulitsa building 3, MGIMO University Campus.
Looking forward to seeing you as our summer school students at MGIMO,
MGIMO University at Odintsovo
MGIMO at Odintsovo Hotel