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Bachelor’s Programme 'HSE and University of London Parallel Degree Programme in International Relations'

The Bachelor in International Relations is an English-taught parallel degree programme that combines the academic strengths of HSE and University of London and enables students to earn Russian and British degrees. Over the course of four years, students study a wide range of subjects, including political science, history, economics, and foreign languages. Graduates of the programme are well prepared to begin their careers in business, civil service or academia, or to continue their education by pursuing a master’s degree in Russia or internationally.

4 years
Full-time Programme
660 000 RUB/year
Tuition Fee in 2019
Russian government and HSE scholarships and tuition fee waivers not applicable
ENG
Instruction in English
Partner Universities
Maxim Bratersky, Programme Head of the Programme 'HSE and University of London Parallel Degree Programme in International Relations'

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Illustration for news: Our students continue sharing their impressions after having taken their London exams

Our students continue sharing their impressions after having taken their London exams

This time the enthusiast ready to share his experience was Makar Donskoy - one of those heroes who managed to successfully survive in the range of 3 exams following one after another.

Illustration for news: Attention, high-school graduates! A few words regarding the admission campaign which will begin already on the 20th of June.

Attention, high-school graduates! A few words regarding the admission campaign which will begin already on the 20th of June.

We congratulate the school graduates on taking all the state exams necessary for getting enrolled to our program and want to talk about the procedure for applying for the program.

Illustration for news: Taking London exams: how do you feel in their arms?

Taking London exams: how do you feel in their arms?

Third-year student Anastasia Makarieva shared her impressions after taking the London exam in International Political Theory.

Illustration for news: IELTS: comments, impressions and tips from our freshmen

IELTS: comments, impressions and tips from our freshmen

IELTS - these five letters serve as a ticket to adult life for those who entered the first year of our program as in order for the University of London to enroll the students it is necessary to prove that you have sufficient level of English for studying subjects in a foreign language. In order to pass the exam it is essential to score a minimum of 6 points out of 9. Recently our first-year students have written the exam. In this article the guys share their comments and advice on preparation. 

Illustration for news: The conference «Civilizations and International Order: ‘One World’ or ‘Multipolarity’?» will be held in HSE on the 15-16th of May

The conference «Civilizations and International Order: ‘One World’ or ‘Multipolarity’?» will be held in HSE on the 15-16th of May

The International Laboratory of World Order and New Regionalismin cooperation withThe Centre for Baltic and East European Studies at Södertörn University invite you on May 15-16  to visit the conference  « Civilizations and International Order: ‘One World’ or ‘Multipolarity’?».  

Illustration for news: Lecture by Australian professor Mark Beeson on the topic «Power transition dilemma in the US-China relations»

Lecture by Australian professor Mark Beeson on the topic «Power transition dilemma in the US-China relations»

Mark Beeson is a political scientist from Australia, Professor of Murdoch University specializing in the field of international politics in the Asia-Pacific, international affairs, US-China relations, foreign policy of Australia, regional security. 

Illustration for news: We invite to the open lecture by David S. Foglesong «The American Global Mission and the Demonization of Russia»

We invite to the open lecture by David S. Foglesong «The American Global Mission and the Demonization of Russia»

David Foglesong is a professor of history at the Rutgers University (The State University of New Jersey). He’s an author of the book «The American Mission and the “Evil Empire”: The Crusade for a “Free Russia” Since 1881».

Illustration for news: On Tuesday Christopher Lamont gave a lecture on identifying the causes of failed state-building in Libya and Iraq

On Tuesday Christopher Lamont gave a lecture on identifying the causes of failed state-building in Libya and Iraq

Professor of the International Strategies Institute of Tokyo International University and also the Senior Lecturer at the Department of International Relations at University of Groningen Christopher Lamont delivered a lecture on the topic “Explaining the Failure of State-building: The Pitfalls of Political Exclusion in Libya and Iraq”. 

Illustration for news: We invite everyone to the lecture by Sander Aaron Garrett, devoted to the socio-economic dynamics of the countries of Central and Eastern Europe during the European Integration

We invite everyone to the lecture by Sander Aaron Garrett, devoted to the socio-economic dynamics of the countries of Central and Eastern Europe during the European Integration

Today, March 4, at 6:00 p.m., a research seminar by Sander Aaron Garrett will be held on the topic "Scrutinising European Cohesion: Prospects for European Flexibility and Hedging in Central Eastern Europe".

Illustration for news: Students of Parallel Degree Programme in International Relations Perform Significantly Higher than International Average on University of London Exams

Students of Parallel Degree Programme in International Relations Perform Significantly Higher than International Average on University of London Exams

The number of HSE students who successfully passed the exams conducted at the University of London in 2018 was significantly higher than the average for other universities participating in the international programme there. HSE received the status of Recognized Teaching Centre.