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This programme is delivered in collaboration with University College London and the University of Kent (separate tracks) in the UK. The programme’s multidisciplinary approach enables students to examine the complex interrelationship of politics and economics in today’s globalized world with the focus on Eurasian studies. Students benefit from studying in truly international groups under the supervision of international faculty and experts from academia, business, and government institutions.

The programme has been run both independently by HSE and in partnership with British universities as a dual-degree programme since 2008. It attracts Russian and international Bachelor’s and Master’s students. Since the programme was launched, students from Russia, UK, USA, Taiwan, Germany, Poland, Bulgaria, France, Austria, Italy, Czech Republic and other countries have completed their Master’s degree at HSE and/or our partner universities.

2 years
Full-time Programme
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News

IMESS scholarships

The partner of  the master programme 'International Relations in Eurasia' IMESS (University College London) starts reveiving applications for IMESS scholarships for 2017 - 2018 academic year.

The article of M.Bratersky recently was published in "Eurasian Geography and Economics"

The article of M.Bratersky "Benevolent hegemon, neighborhood bully, or regional security provider? Russia’s efforts to promote regional integration after the 2013–2014 Ukraine crisis" recently was published in "Eurasian Geography and Economics"

Our program's student Leah Nodvin participated in the meeting of Peace Capacities network and contributed to its report

The Peace Capacities Network (PeaceCap) Research Meeting was held on the 2nd and 3rd of November of 2015 in Moscow. The goal of the meeting was to discuss the progress of their research and up-coming synthesis report. The meeting was hosted by the Center for World Politics and Public Diplomacy at Moscow State Institute for International Relations (MGIMO) and organized by the Norwegian Institute for International Affairs (NUPI). 

New book authored by the Program faculty forthcoming

Fundamental Dictionary of International Politics "What is What in World Politics" edited by prof. Maxim Bratersky is coming out of print in December.

International Relations

Starting from this year, as part of the master’s programme in International Relations in Eurasia at the HSE Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, the students are now specializing in International Relations (previously it was Political Science). Maxim Bratersky, coordinator of the programme, told us about the changes to the course.