MGIMO International Summer School Program 2017 MGIMO University at Odintsovo

MGIMO International Summer School Program 2017
MGIMO University at Odintsovo (SS-17)
www.odin.mgimo.ru


MGIMO International Summer School Program will take place at MGIMO University Campus at Odintsovo from 19 June until 30 July, 2017, in accordance with the following schedule:

Module 1 “Russian Foreign Policy: Modern Challenges” June 19-30
Module 2 “Russian Foreign Policy: Modern Challenges” July 3-14.
Module 3 “Russian Energy Policy” July 17 – 28.

HOW TO REGISTER FOR SUMMER SCHOOL MODULES


Before you register, read the information below about the three SS-17 Modules and identify the Module that interests you.

Click on the REGISTRATION button and fill in the Application form. Your Application will be processed by our Registration team, and a Student Contract will be e-mailed to you shortly.  

In the meantime e-mail to our address a photocopy of your passport.

Sign the Contract if it is agreeable with you, and e-mail to us a scanned copy of the signed Contract. Follow the Contract provisions and  make a bank transfer to the MGIMO at Odintsovo bank account indicated in the Contract.  

IMPORTANT. We start your visa issuance process, which normally takes about two to three weeks, after you have made the tuition fee payment in full. Please, observe the following deadlines.

Application Deadlines for the International Summer School Modules are established in accordance with the following schedule:

Module 1 “Russian Foreign Policy: Modern Challenges”    May 25, 2017
Module 2 “Russian Foreign Policy: Modern Challenges”    June 10, 2017
Module 3 “Russian Energy Policy & International Energy Cooperation”    June 25, 2017

If for some reason you fail to meet the deadline and pay in full on time, make a bank transfer of 200 Euros as your Summer School deposit.  This will allow us to start your visa issuance process on time. The deposit will be applied toward your total Summer School charges and will be refundable according to the course drop provisions contained in your Contract.

Accommodation allocation and fees
For shared   accommodation for 14 days (12 days during the Module and 2 days prior or after the Module) in a twin-room at the University Hotel (including breakfast) you will be charged 450 Euros, for twin room sole occupancy (including breakfast)  – 650 Euros. Studios and suites are available at the “University Hotel” on request at 890 and 1110 Euros (both including breakfast) respectfully. These prices are quoted at 63.3 Ruble per 1 Euro exchange rate and will follow the exchange rate accordingly.
In your Application form, please, indicate what type of room shall be reserved for you.
Upon arrival you will pay for the room reserved for you according to standard hotel payment procedures.  Late checkout is available.

Accommodation between consecutive Modules
Those attending two consecutive Modules and intending to stay for the night(s) between these may book a MGIMO Hotel room for an additional charge. Please indicate on your Application form if you wish to do this, otherwise we shall assume you will not need this accommodation and you will be asked to clear your room. Similarly, if you plan to arrive early before, or stay on late after a Module, you will need to notify us and reserve a room for an extra charge.

You should watch for e-mails from the Summer School with additional information and updates.

Full information about arrival and check-in for all Modules will be available in the spring.

DESCRIPTION

International Summer School 2017 will be held at a new MGIMO University 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 Hotel” at Odintsovo, an officially registered 3-star Hotel attached to the main building.  

This year MGIMO International Summer School offers two intensive Modules on Russian foreign policy and a Module on Russian energy policy. All Modules are taught in English by prominent, internationally recognized MGIMO University professors, at graduate level. Students will attend daily lectures, followed by group discussions and teamwork projects, meet prominent Russian politicians and diplomats, representatives of Russian and international big businesses.

Each module consists of  Discipline-Specific Courses (44 contact hours including an oral exam, 4 ECTS credits), and 26 contact hours and 14 field trip hours of the Russian Language Course (4 ECTS credits). The  Russian language course is taught in groups composed of students with similar levels of proficiency in the Russian language.

Two similar Modules on Russian foreign policy will be held June 19-30 and July 3-14, and a Module on Contemporary Russian energy policy will be held July 17-28.

Tuition fee for one Module is 2 000 Euros. It covers application processing, tuition, visa support, library, free use of outstanding sports facilities (12 specialized gyms including a 25-meter swimming pool), course certificate after graduation, wide selection of afternoon and evening activities, 4 coach excursions per Module, welcome and graduation events, free WiFi, MGIMO T-shirt.

Modules 1 & 2 “Russian Foreign Policy: Modern Challenges”
June 19-30 & July 3-14.

These two intensive Modules on Russian foreign policy will contain brief courses “Russian foreign Policy: Legal Perspective”, “National Economy of Russia in the Global Context”, and “Warfare in the Modern World”. Most of the Module time will be devoted to the following two courses: “Russia’s Foreign Policy: Modern Challenges” and “Empirical Study of Russian Politics (Political Process in Contemporary Russia)”.

“Russia’s Foreign Policy: Modern Challenges”

The course is designed to facilitate understanding of contemporary Russia’s foreign policy and its challenges. It is based on the study of Russia’s foreign policy documents – both national and international. As any big power, Russia pursues multidimensional foreign policy. The course will explore the role Russia plays in the post-bipolar global international system. Russia’s interests in the post-Soviet space, in Europe, in the Middle East, in the Asia-Pacific region and Central Asia will be discussed as well as US-Russia relations. Special attention will be paid to the role of numerous international organizations and structures – where Russia is a member – in Russia’s foreign policy: UN, G-8, G-20, Shanghai Cooperation Organization, BRICS, etc.
The course is a graduate-level general introduction to modern Russia’s foreign policy. It begins with an assessment of the consequences of the collapse of the USSR and the changes that it brought to the global international system and Russia’s place in it.
The course is based on the study of major foreign policy documents: Russia’s National Security concepts, its Military doctrines and Concepts of Foreign Policy developed throughout the past two decades (with special attention paid to the most recent ones), agreements with its major counterparts such as the United States, EU, China, etc. Special attention will be paid to Russia’s multilateral treaties in the post-Soviet space and beyond: the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), the Collective Security Treaty Organization, the CIS Customs Union, Eurasian Economic Union, Shanghai Cooperation Organization (ShCO) and others.
Security is an inherent concern for any nation. In the case of Russia it has been exacerbated by the nation’s historic experience as it suffered numerous foreign invasions and asserted itself in bitter and devastating struggle for its own survival – the latest one being the World War II in which the country lost more than 30 million of its sons and daughters.
Russia’s security concerns will be discussed from different perspectives, including the eastward expansion of NATO and US plans to deploy forward-based antiballistic missile defense systems in European countries bordering on Russia.
In 1996 Russia became a member of the Council of Europe where it cooperates with its members in pursuing the goals of improving its democratic institutions. Russia recognizes the authority of the European Court of Human Rights.
EU is Russia’s one of the most important dialogue partners. Relations with Germany, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Poland and other European powers will be discussed.
Since Russia is an Asia-Pacific state, Russia’s relations with major powers in the Pacific – Peoples’ Republic of China and Japan, with both Koreas, will be explored.
Relations of Russia with Arab states and Israel, with Turkey, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Tajikistan, as well as Russia’s growing involvement in the Middle East Peace process, will be analyzed.
Fighting international terrorism is a multidimensional mission in Russia’s politics. It presents domestic, regional and international challenges for Russia.

“Empirical Study of Russian Politics (Political Process in Contemporary Russia)”

This course will provide a glimpse into the Russian history of the 20th century and familiarize you with political, social, economic, and cultural foundations of the Soviet system, the role of ideology in the Soviet Union. It will concentrate on the events of 1917 and the Civil war in Russia, on Josif Stalin’s dictatorship, his five-year plans, collectivization and industrialization of the USSR, political repressions of the 1930s and their impact on the political elites, army, and the society; Khruschev’s rise to power and Brezhnev’s rule; degradation of the political elites and the rule of Andropov and Chernenko as a proof of the need for political and economic reforms; Gorbachev’s reforms, the “August” Republic (1991-1993),  October 1993 events, modifications to the Russian political system, the Russian political process in the 2000s; Putin’s goals and challenges.
This course is designed to highlight main trends of Russia’s political process, to show its major actors as well as possible scenarios of its development, taking into account how it all is presented in latest Russian and foreign publications. The course is aimed at studying the Russian political process through the prism of institutionalism, as well as using the theories of modernization, democratic transition, and certain other theoretical frameworks. While considering works on Russia by noted Western and other scholars, this course, at the same time, provides an in-depth knowledge of various aspects of functioning of the Russian political system, avoiding labels like “an Upper Volta armed with missiles”, “an empire of evil”, “a Third World failure”, as well as stereotypes presenting Russia as an aggressive autocracy threatening the World or a country alien to democratic values. Such an approach allows to fix many important nuances and behind-the-scene aspects of the Russian political process.  
On this course, you will examine a number of recent historical events that have impacted global politics and international relations today. It will help you to get more out of watching the news or reading the newspapers, and provide you with a deeper and broader background knowledge of the events that have shaped the issues that recur in the news today.

Module 3 “Russian Energy Policy & International Energy Cooperation”.  July 17 – 28.

Module 2 “Russian Energy Policy” consists of the following courses: “Current Energy Policy of Russia: Trends & Tendencies”,  “Business Environment for the Russian Oil and Gas Sector”, “International Energy Security: Russian Perspective” “Development of Arctic Hydrocarbon Resources: Legal Perspective”, “Pipeline System of the Russian Federation: Maintenance & Development”, and a course of the Russian language. This module is taught by leading MGIMO professors and executives from the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The Module is designed to familiarize students with history and current shape of the Russian oil and gas industry, its main drivers and future trends of its development. It encompasses structural
factors that have defined the industry since Soviet era, current corporate and competitive landscape, regulatory and fiscal regime that has an everyday impact on strategic decision-making process of the industry’s top management. The Course emphasizes the role of government, fiscal regimes and legal framework regulating production of energy resources.
Given that the Russian Energy Sector today is part and parcel of the World interdependent energy industry, to assist students in the acquisition of broad spectrum of knowledge and facts allowing them to have an insight into the way business practices operate in a national, international and global context in the oil and gas industry is another and more general purpose of the Course. Learning methods include interactive lectures, discussion, case-studies and directed reading

“Current Energy Policy of Russia: Trends & Tendencies”. The course is designed to give a short picture of a long and difficult process of birth of contemporary Russian energy policy as a result of hard and complex struggle between different internal and external forces. Liberalization policy of the Russian energy sector that has developed into “outrageous break of all limits” by oligarchic capitalism (1992-1996); “Re-division of property” and formation of bureaucratic capitalism (M&A – 1996-2000); V.V.Putin’s accession to power. Strengthening of state’s position in the energy sector (2000-2003); Putin’s idea of “autonomous state corporation” to develop East Siberia and the Far East; Reorientation of Exports.
The Course will review global energy trends to 2035 and how they are supposed to affect Russia. Students will be familiarized with oil reserves distribution, major trends in the oil sector: from oil resources to reserves; conventional oil; technically versus economically recoverable resources; oil resources and reserves under different classification systems; enhanced oil recovery; unconventional oil; global oil supply trends and potential implications for prices.
Natural gas market outlook: what price is right? Global overview: demand; regional trends; natural gas resources and reserves; production trends; focus on unconventional gas; how great should expectations be for North American LNG?

“Business Environment for the Russian Oil and Gas Sector”. The course is designed to familiarize students with causal relationships between various legal, governmental, economic, fiscal, political, cultural and technological variables which directly and indirectly affect and underlie strategic decision-making in doing business in the oil and gas upstream sector in Russia.
The course discusses issues which are seemingly unrelated to the energy sector, but in reality produce immense direct and indirect impacts on its business environment: Division of Powers in a Federal State & Mineral Rights Management; Incorporation of Aboriginal, Environmental and Northern Interests in the Mineral Rights Management Regime; Fiscal Federalism & Development of Energy Resources; Management of Resource Revenues: Broad Range of Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Activities; A "marginal" project, A "profitable" project; “Dutch Disease”: the failure of petroleum wealth to lead to development;
Public Relations in the Energy Sector; Public Hearings and Environmental Impacts Assessment of Energy Projects; Building Good Community-Company Relations - “Sakhalin II” Case; Principles of Sustainable Development of Energy Resources; World Bank Directives Regulating Implementation of Bank-Assisted Projects which Have an Impact on the Lands and Resources Occupied or Used by Indigenous Peoples; Co-Management of Natural Resources; Impacts Benefits Agreements – “LukOil Case”.
Reserves/Resource Classification Schemes Used in Russia and Western Countries: A Review and Comparison.

“Development of Arctic Hydrocarbon Resources: Legal Perspective”. This course is designed to familiarize students with the main aspects of the Russian Arctic development, achievements, threats, problems and perspectives of oil and gas resource development in the region. It focuses on two main blocs: the Arctic exploration within the framework of sustainable development and legal aspects of sustainable development of the Russian Arctic.
The Arctic exploration within the framework of sustainable development will cover:
-    Sustainable development in a global world;
-    The Arctic offshore as a key factor of Russian energy policy;
-    The Arctic offshore development specifics;
-    Sustainable development as a ground-breaking concept for Arctic development.
Legal aspects of sustainable development of the Russian Arctic will cover:
-    SD Risk analysis including economy, social sphere, resource use and environment;
-    Russian legal framework to minimize risks and manage resource use in the Arctic;
-    Ecological law in Russia as a tool to mitigate ecological risks in the Arctic;
-    Russian legal framework to protect indigenous peoples in the Arctic.
“Pipeline System of the Russian Federation: Maintenance & Development”. The course consists of two lectures:
Lecture 1 «Pipeline transportation: History, characteristics, and regulation»
•    Brief history of the Russian pipeline transportation system (+ USSR)
•    Development peculiarities, comparison with other countries (Canada, USA, and EU)
•    Management and regulation of the Russian pipeline transportation system.
 and
Lecture 2 «Construction of a pipeline, current and future technologies»
•    Construction stages
•    Construction technologies Transneft and its competitors use
•    Future of pipeline transportation systems in the light of fast developing technologies and equipment.

The Module will be concluded by a Case-study “Shale Gas Revolution: is it Global or Confined to America? Shale Gas Production: Pros & Cons”

Students will be broken in two groups – “Proponents” and “Opponents” - and assigned to read recommended publications and prepare relevant Power Point presentations (10 minutes).

Our Teaching Faculty

 “Intoroductory Lecture” by Professor Artem Malgin, Vice-Rector, Mgimo University


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“Russian foreign Policy: Legal Perspective” by  Professor Alaxander Vylegzanin, Head of Department of International Law


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“National Economy of Russia in the Global Context” by Professor  Alexander Bulatov, Head of Department of World Economics

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“Economic Realities Driving Foreign Policy” by Professor Gennadi Oleinov, Professor, Department of World Economics

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“International Security of Russia”, “Warfare in the Modern World” by Professor Victor Mizin, Senior Researcher, Center for Post-Soviet Studies.


 Victor Mizin


“Russia’s Foreign Policy: Modern Challenges” by Professor Uri Dubinin, Department of International Relationas and External Policy


“Empirical Study of Russian Politics (Political Process in Contemporary Russia)” by Yan Vaslavskiy Director, School of Government and International Affairs, MGIMO niversity

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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 conference on topical issues of current Russian foreign policy

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“International Energy Security: Russian Perspective” by Nikolai Mironov, Professor, International Institute of Energy Policy and Diplomacy, Head of Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia

“Current Energy Policy of Russia”, “Business Environment for the Russian Oil and Gas Sector” by Professor Sergei Vasiliev, Director, MGIMO-University at Odintsovo,
former  Deputy Director, 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 and www.carnegie.ru).

For further information, please write to Project Director and Registration team at Этот адрес электронной почты защищён от спам-ботов. У вас должен быть включен JavaScript для просмотра. or right to me, Sergey Vasiliev, at Этот адрес электронной почты защищён от спам-ботов. У вас должен быть включен JavaScript для просмотра. or call at +7 (495) 590-7254.

You can also visit our new site www.summerschoolmgimo.ru totally devoted to MGIMO International Summer School. Though it is still under construction, you will find plenty of useful information, photo documents and practical details.

You can also get more information about MGIMO University if you visit http://english.mgimo.ru/programs/international-summer-school

Our mailing address: 143000 Odintsovo, Novo-Sportivnaya ulitsa, 3

Looking forward to seeing you as our International Summer School students at MGIMO,

Best wishes,

Sergey Vasiliev
Director,
MGIMO University at Odintsovo

www.odin.mgimo.ru

 

TENTATIVE PROGRAMS of MODULES

MINISTRY OF FOREGN AFFAIRS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
MGIMO-UNIVERSITY AT ODINTSOVO

INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL - 2017

MODULES # 1, 2
 
“Russian Foreign Policy: Modern Challenges”

June 19-30, 2017

July 3 – 14, 2017

DAYS OF THE WEEK TIME EVENT LOCATION PROFESSOR

Saturday – Sunday,

June 17-18

  Arrival, accommodation at MGIMO HOTEL, orientation

MGIMO HOTEL

at ODINTSOVO

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Monday,

June 19

 

9.00

10.20

Openning Ceremony

Russian Language orientation

542

Program Manager, Program Facilitator

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

10.30

11.50

Introductory Lecture 542 Professor A. Malgin
 

12.00

13.00

Lunch Canteen  
 

13:00

14:20

Russian Foreign Policy 542 Professor Y.Dubinin
 

14:30

15:50

Russian Foreign Policy 542 Professor Y.Dubinin
 

16.00

RADISSON MOSCOW RIVER BOAT CRIUSE The bus will wait next to the hotel entrance

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Tuesday,

June 20

9.00

10.20

Russian Foreign Policy 542 Professor Y.Dubinin
 

10.30

11.50

Russian Foreign Policy 542 Professor Y.Dubinin
 

12.00

13.00

Lunch Canteen  
  13.00 KREMLIN The bus will wait next to the hotel entrance

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Wednesday,

June 21

9.00

10.20

Russian Foreign Policy 542 Professor Y.Dubinin
 

10.30

11.50

Russian Foreign Policy 542 Professor Y.Dubinin
 

12.00

13.00

Lunch Canteen  
 

13.00

14.20

Russian Foreign Policy: Legal Perspective 542 Professor A.Vylegzanin
 

14.30

15.50

Russian Foreign Policy: Legal Perspective 542 Professor A.Vylegzanin
 

16:00

17:20

Russian Foreign Policy: Legal Perspective 542 Professor A.Vylegzanin

Thursday,

June 22

9.00

10.20

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

 

10.30

11.50

Empirical Study Of Russian Politics 542 Professor Y.Vaslavskiy
 

12.00

13.00

Lunch Canteen  
 

13:00

14:20

Empirical Study Of Russian Politics 542 Professor Y.Vaslavskiy
  14.30 SPARROW HILL  

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Friday,

June 23

9.00

10.20

Special Guest: will chair a round-table conference on topical issues of current Russian foreign policy 542

Dmitri Trenin,

Director, Carnegie Moscow Center, Chair of the Research Council and the Foreign and Security Policy Program

 

10.30

11.50

Special Guest: will chair a round-table conference on topical issues of current Russian foreign policy 542

Dmitri Trenin,

Director, Carnegie Moscow Center, Chair of the Research Council and the Foreign and Security Policy Program

 

12.00

13.00

Lunch Canteen  
 

13:00

CATHEDRAL OF JESUS CHRIST THE SAVIOR

NO SHORTS/NO CUTTY SKIRTS!!!

The bus will wait next to the hotel entrance

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Saturday,

June 24

9.00

10.20

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

 

10.30

11.55

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

 

12.00

13.00

Lunch Canteen  
  14.00 BUS TOUR OF THE CITY  

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Sunday,

June 25

  FREE TIME    

Monday,

July 24

 

9.00

10.30

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

10.45

12.15

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

 

12.15

13.00

Lunch Canteen  
 

13:00

14:20

Empirical Study Of Russian Politics 542 Professor Y.Vaslavskiy
 

14.30

15.50

Empirical Study Of Russian Politics 542 Professor Y.Vaslavskiy

Tuesday,

June 26

9.00

10.20

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

 

10.30

11.50

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

 

12.00

13.00

Lunch Canteen  
 

13:00

14:20

Empirical Study Of Russian Politics 542 Professor Y.Vaslavskiy
 

14.30

15.50

Empirical Study Of Russian Politics 542 Professor Y.Vaslavskiy
 

16.00

17.20

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

Wednesday,

June 27

9.00

10.30

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

 

10.45

12.15

Russian Foreign Policy & International Security 542 Professor V. Mizin
 

12.15

13.00

Lunch Canteen  
 

13:00

14:30

Russian Foreign Policy & International Security 542 Professor V.Mizin
 

14.45

KUBINKA ARMOR MUSEUM  

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Thursday,

June 28

9.00

10.30

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

 

10.45

12.15

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

 

12.15

13.00

Lunch Canteen  
 

13.00

14.20

Russian Foreign Policy

Exam

542 Professor Y. Dubinin
 

14.30

15.50

Russian Foreign Policy

Exam

542 Professor Y. Dubinin
 

16:00

VICTORY PARK The bus will wait next to the hotel entrance

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Friday,

June 29

10.00

12.00

Russian Language assessment

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

 

12.00

13.00

Lunch Canteen  
  15.00

Graduation Ceremony

Farewell Party

 

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Saturday

June 30

  Departure :(  

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Sunday

July 1

  Departure :(  

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

 

MINISTRY OF FOREGN AFFAIRS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
MGIMO-UNIVERSITY AT ODINTSOVO
INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL - 2017

MODULE # 3
“RUSSIAN ENERGY POLICY & INTERNATIONAL ENERGY COOPERATION”

July 17 – July 28, 2017

DAYS OF THE WEEK

TIME

 EVENT

 LOCATION

PROFESSOR

Saturday – Sunday,

July 15-16

Arrival, accommodation at MGIMO HOTEL, orientation

MGIMO

at ODINTSOVO HOTEL

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Monday,

July 17

 

9.00

10.20

Openning Ceremony

Introductory Lecture

542

Program Manager, Program Facilitator

Professor Sergey Vasiliev

10.30

11.50

 International Business Environment for the Oil and Gas Sector

542

Professor Sergey Vasiliev

12.00

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

13:00

14:20

Russian Language orientation

542

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

14.30

RADISSON MOSCOW RIVER BOAT CRIUSE

The bus will wait next to the hotel entrance

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Tuesday,

July 18

9.00

10.20

Current Energy Policy of Russia

542

Professor Sergey Vasiliev

10.30

11.50

International Business Environment for the Oil and Gas Sector

542

Professor Sergey Vasiliev

12.00

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

13.00

KREMLIN

The bus will wait next to the hotel entrance

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Wednesday,

July 19

9.00

10.20

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

10.30

11.50

International Business Environment for the Oil and Gas Sector

542

Professor Sergey Vasiliev

12.00

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

13.00

14.20

International Energy Security: Russian Perspective

542

Professor Nikolai Mironov

14.30

15.50

International Energy Security: Russian Perspective

542

Professor Nikolai Mironov

16:00

17:20

International Energy Security: Russian Perspective

542

Professor Nikolai Mironov

Thursday,

July 20

9.00

10.20

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

10.30

11.50

Pipeline System of the Russian Federation: Maintenance & Development

542

Alexander Nedospasov

12.00

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

13:00

14:20

Pipeline System of the Russian Federation: Maintenance & Development

542

Alexander Nedospasov

14.30

SPARROW HILL

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Friday,

July 21

9.00

10.20

Shtockman Project  

542

Professor Andrey Krivorotov

10.30

11.50

Russian – Norwegian Energy Cooperation

542

Professor  Andrey Krivorotov

12.00

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

13:00

CATHEDRAL OF JESUS CHRIST THE SAVIOR

NO SHORTS/NO CUTTY SKIRTS!!!

The bus will wait next to the hotel entrance

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Saturday,

July 22

9.00

10.20

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

10.30

11.55

Russian Language 

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

12.00

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

14.00

BUS TOUR OF THE CITY

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Sunday,

July 23

FREE TIME

Monday,

July 24

 

9.00

10.30

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

10.45

12.15

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

12.15

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

13:00

14:20

Shale Gas revolution and its Impacts on Global Energy Markets

542

Professor Nikolai Ivanov

14.30

15.50

 Shale Gas revolution and its Impacts on Global Energy Markets

542

Professor  Nikolai Ivanov

Tuesday,

July 25

9.00

10.20

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

10.30

11.50

 Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

12.00

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

13:00

14:20

Development of Arctic Hydrocarbon Resources: Legal Perspective

542

Professor Alexander Vylegzanin

14.30

15.50

Development of Arctic Hydrocarbon Resources: Legal Perspective

542

Professor Alexander Vylegzanin

16.00

17.20

Development of Arctic Hydrocarbon Resources: Legal Perspective

542

Professor Alexander Vylegzanin

Wednesday,

July 26

9.00

10.30

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

10.45

12.15

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

12.15

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

13:00

14:30

Current Energy Policy of Russia

542

Professor Sergey Vasiliev

14.45

KUBINKA ARMOR MUSEUM

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Thursday,

July 27

9.00

10.30

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

10.45

12.15

Russian Language  assessment

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

12.15

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

13.00

14.20

Case-Study

Shale Gas Revolution: is it Global or Confined to America? Shale Gas Production: Pros & Cons. Role in the Ukrainian Crisis

542

Professor Sergey Vasiliev

14:30

VICTORY PARK

The bus will wait next to the hotel entrance

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Friday,

July 28

10.00

12.00

Case-Study

Shale Gas Revolution: is it Global or Confined to America? Shale Gas Production: Pros & Cons. Role in the Ukrainian Crisis

542

Professor Sergey Vasiliev

12.00

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

15.00

Graduation Ceremony

Farewell Party

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Saturday

July 23

Departure :(

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Sunday

July 24

Departure :(

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

DAYS OF THE WEEK

TIME

 EVENT

 LOCATION

PROFESSOR

Saturday – Sunday,

July 15-16

Arrival, accommodation at MGIMO HOTEL, orientation

MGIMO

at ODINTSOVO HOTEL

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Monday,

July 17

 

9.00

10.20

Openning Ceremony

Introductory Lecture

542

Program Manager, Program Facilitator

Professor Sergey Vasiliev

10.30

11.50

 International Business Environment for the Oil and Gas Sector

542

Professor Sergey Vasiliev

12.00

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

13:00

14:20

Russian Language orientation

542

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

14.30

RADISSON MOSCOW RIVER BOAT CRIUSE

The bus will wait next to the hotel entrance

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Tuesday,

July 18

9.00

10.20

Current Energy Policy of Russia

542

Professor Sergey Vasiliev

10.30

11.50

International Business Environment for the Oil and Gas Sector

542

Professor Sergey Vasiliev

12.00

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

13.00

KREMLIN

The bus will wait next to the hotel entrance

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Wednesday,

July 19

9.00

10.20

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

10.30

11.50

International Business Environment for the Oil and Gas Sector

542

Professor Sergey Vasiliev

12.00

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

13.00

14.20

International Energy Security: Russian Perspective

542

Professor Nikolai Mironov

14.30

15.50

International Energy Security: Russian Perspective

542

Professor Nikolai Mironov

16:00

17:20

International Energy Security: Russian Perspective

542

Professor Nikolai Mironov

Thursday,

July 20

9.00

10.20

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

10.30

11.50

Pipeline System of the Russian Federation: Maintenance & Development

542

Alexander Nedospasov

12.00

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

13:00

14:20

Pipeline System of the Russian Federation: Maintenance & Development

542

Alexander Nedospasov

14.30

SPARROW HILL

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Friday,

July 21

9.00

10.20

Shtockman Project  

542

Professor Andrey Krivorotov

10.30

11.50

Russian – Norwegian Energy Cooperation

542

Professor  Andrey Krivorotov

12.00

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

13:00

CATHEDRAL OF JESUS CHRIST THE SAVIOR

NO SHORTS/NO CUTTY SKIRTS!!!

The bus will wait next to the hotel entrance

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Saturday,

July 22

9.00

10.20

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

10.30

11.55

Russian Language 

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

12.00

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

14.00

BUS TOUR OF THE CITY

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Sunday,

July 23

FREE TIME

Monday,

July 24

 

9.00

10.30

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

10.45

12.15

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

12.15

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

13:00

14:20

Shale Gas revolution and its Impacts on Global Energy Markets

542

Professor Nikolai Ivanov

14.30

15.50

 Shale Gas revolution and its Impacts on Global Energy Markets

542

Professor  Nikolai Ivanov

Tuesday,

July 25

9.00

10.20

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

10.30

11.50

 Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

12.00

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

13:00

14:20

Development of Arctic Hydrocarbon Resources: Legal Perspective

542

Professor Alexander Vylegzanin

14.30

15.50

Development of Arctic Hydrocarbon Resources: Legal Perspective

542

Professor Alexander Vylegzanin

16.00

17.20

Development of Arctic Hydrocarbon Resources: Legal Perspective

542

Professor Alexander Vylegzanin

Wednesday,

July 26

9.00

10.30

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

10.45

12.15

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

12.15

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

13:00

14:30

Current Energy Policy of Russia

542

Professor Sergey Vasiliev

14.45

KUBINKA ARMOR MUSEUM

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Thursday,

July 27

9.00

10.30

Russian Language

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

10.45

12.15

Russian Language  assessment

Group 1) 345

Group 2) 338

Group 3) 343

Ms. Belenkova

Ms. Guseinova

Ms. Polehina

12.15

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

13.00

14.20

Case-Study

Shale Gas Revolution: is it Global or Confined to America? Shale Gas Production: Pros & Cons. Role in the Ukrainian Crisis

542

Professor Sergey Vasiliev

14:30

VICTORY PARK

The bus will wait next to the hotel entrance

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Friday,

July 28

10.00

12.00

Case-Study

Shale Gas Revolution: is it Global or Confined to America? Shale Gas Production: Pros & Cons. Role in the Ukrainian Crisis

542

Professor Sergey Vasiliev

12.00

13.00

Lunch

Canteen

15.00

Graduation Ceremony

Farewell Party

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Saturday

July 23

Departure :(

Program Manager

Program Facilitator

Sunday

July 24

Departure :(

Program Manager

Program Facilitator