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One of the most balanced and comprehensive programmes offered by a European university covering the countries and populations of Asia. Students undertake at least one Asian language (Arabic, Chinese, Korean or Japanese) and can choose a programme trajectory: either the historical-cultural development of Asian countries, or their economic-social development. A lot of time is devoted to developing the students’ practical skills, working with numerous institutions in Asian countries, as well as to examining business models and social-political processes. A range of units are offered in English, many of them by native speakers. Graduates can continue with a Master’s programme, administered in collaboration with European and Asian universities, or can find work in the academic, analytical or practical spheres in areas connected to Asian countries and Russian politics in this region.
Our student of the bachelor’s programme “Asian and African Studies” within the framework of the project “Ambassadors of the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs 2021-2022” returned to her school returned to school to tell future applicants about choosing a university, the peculiarities of studying at our faculty, as well as give advice on choosing a specialty and support them before final exams.
Our student of the bachelor’s programme “Asian and African Studies” within the framework of the project “Ambassadors of the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs 2021-2022” returned to her school to tell high school students about the choice of university and the peculiarities of studying at the Faculty of World Economy and International Affair.
On April 20, guests from the Lomonosov School arrived at the building on Malaya Ordynka, 29. The students of the faculty held a case game “Civilizations” with pupils, where the guys tried on the role of politicians and tried to defend the interests of the countries received for the game in the international arena, taking into account various factors.
On April 7, the School of Asian Studies of the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs hosted a student round-table on the development of Korean society in modern and contemporary times (the second half of the 19th – early 21st centuries).