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Master’s Programme 'International Relations: European and Asian Studies'

Master’s Programme 'International Relations: European and Asian Studies'

The programme aims to train foreign policy and foreign economy experts. The basis of the programme includes methods of complex analysis of political and economic problems and the international relations development trends, as well as a study of the political and economic problems of some of the most important regions of the world. A special focus is placed on issues of strengthening correlations between the economy and politics in modern international affairs. The programme is a logical follow-on to the undergraduate programme in international relations taught at the HSE Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs. The programme today includes two specializations: Asian studies and European studies.

2 years
Full-time Programme
370 000 RUB/year
Tuition Fee in 2019
Russian government and HSE scholarships and tuition fee waivers available
RUSENG
Instruction in Russian and English

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Illustration for news: Participation of Nikita Gryazin at the University Consortium 3rd Annual Conference “Relations between Russia and the Rest of Europe in a Shifting Global Environment” (London, UK)

Participation of Nikita Gryazin at the University Consortium 3rd Annual Conference “Relations between Russia and the Rest of Europe in a Shifting Global Environment” (London, UK)

Nikita Gryazin, Research Assistant at CCEIS and 2nd year Master Student, took part and reported at the University Consortium 3rd Annual Conference “Relations between Russia and the Rest of Europe in a Shifting Global Environment” (London, UK).

Illustration for news: Nikita Gryazin took part in Advanced Training Program at Fudan University (Shanghai, China)

Nikita Gryazin took part in Advanced Training Program at Fudan University (Shanghai, China)

Nikita Gryazin, 2nd year Master's Student and Research Assistant at CCEIS, took part in a three-week Advanced Training Program for Young Diplomatic Talents from Belt and Road Countries which was sponsored by Shanghai Municipal Education Commission and was organized by School of International Relations and Public Affairs (SIRPA), Fudan University.

Illustration for news: Anastasia Pyatachkova and Daria Malutina on «Eurasian Week-2018»

Anastasia Pyatachkova and Daria Malutina on «Eurasian Week-2018»

On October 24, the session «Brainstorm. Youth Visioning for EAEU future» was held in Yerevan, Armenia, as a part of «Eurasian Week-2018». The session was arranged by the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) and the Higher School of Economics (HSE) with CCEIS Junior Research Fellow Anastasia Pyatachkova and the Laboratory Assistant Daria Malutina taking part in the event’s organizational process.

Illustration for news: Participation of Nikita Gryazin and Daria Malyutina at the conference about European security

Participation of Nikita Gryazin and Daria Malyutina at the conference about European security

On Wednesday and Thursday, September 26-27, 2018, Master Students and CCEIS Research Assistants Nikita Gryazin and Daria Malyutina took part in the student conference “European security: current trends and approaches to strengthening security”.

Illustration for news: Nikita Gryazin took part in University Consortium Module at Harvard University

Nikita Gryazin took part in University Consortium Module at Harvard University

From 2 nd to 10 th of March 2018 Nikita Gryazin, 1 st year Master Student and Research Assistant at CCEIS, took part in sixth University Consortium Module which was hosted by the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University (Cambridge, MA, USA).

Why HSE? A Vietnamese Student’s View

For Vietnamese students, studying abroad in Western countries like the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, or Australia is a popular trend nowadays. Giang Dinh, a student at HSE’s Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, believes that receiving an education in Russia, particularly at HSE, is one of the best choices a student can make. He has talked to HSE News Service about reasons for his choice and his experience of studying at HSE.