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Study Guide to Masters and Bachelors Degree Courses

The Urals State University


Address 51 Lenin Ave., Ekaterinburg, 620083 Russia
Tel. No. +7-3432-55-75-12
Fax No. +7-3432-55-75-12
E-mail address
Rector Professor Vladimir Tretyakov
  • Mathematics and Mechanics
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Philology
  • History
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science and Sociology
  • Economics
  • Journalism
  • Art and Culture Studies
  • Russian as a Foreign Language
  • Type of course
  • Bachelor of Sciences ( 4 years of education )
  • Graduate ( 5 years of education, Diploma )
  • Master of Sciences ( 6 years of education, Diploma )
  • Postgraduate studies ( 3 years of education, candidate of Sc. )
  • Doctorate Courses ( Doctor of Sc. Degree )
  • Russian as a Foreign Language 1 - 2 years of education
  • Date of commencement September, 1 - June, 30
    Class size 10 - 30 students
    Accommodation Available
    Fees overseas: 1500 -3000 USD
    national: 1500 - 2000 USD
    Student grants Not available
    Admission requirements Russian fluency required
    Student profile
  • Ratio of National / Overseas students: 6000 / 40
  • Ratio of Men / Women: 40% / 60%
  • Contact for application Mrs. Svetlana Sokollova
    Head of the International Relations Office,
    51 Lenin Ave., Ekaterinburg, 620083 Russia
    Tel: 7-3432-55-75-12
    Fax: 7-3432-55-75-12


    Department of International Relations

    The Department of International Relations was established in 1993 on the basis of the Faculty of History. It has two specialities "International Relations" and "Regional Studies (Area Studies)". Every year 50 applicants are enrolled in full-time tuition and 25 in distant education.

    To get a bachelor's degree in Regional Studies students study for 4 years, and in the specialities of "International Relations" and "Regional Studies" for 5 years, further tuition of specialists is organised for those who want to get Master's/ candidate's/doctor's Degree. There is an Academic council on defence of candidate's/doctor's dissertations in the specific subjects of the Department.

    The subjects of specialities are as follows:
    International Relations, the History of Diplomacy, International and Regional Law, the History of European Integration and Institutes of European Union, World's Economy, tile History of International Blocs and Organisations, Russia and countries of the CIS, the Countries of Central Europe, USA, North America, the Countries of Mediterranean Europe, tile Countries of tile Middle and tile Far East. English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Modern Hebrew, Turkish, Chinese, Japanese are taught at the Department.

    The Department participates in the European program TEMPUS (T-JEP- 10004-95), that is under the supervision of the University of Florence (Prof. E. Di Nolfo) and Universities of Southampton and Augsburg, in Civic Education Project and others.

    According to the decision of tile European Union from 29 November 96 a Centre of Documentation and Information of European Union is opened at the Department and there is also the Centre of Technical Teaching Aids, Internet Centre, The Fund of Sources and Literature in International Relations.

    The Head of the Department is Professor Valeri MIKHAILENKO.
    Tel: +7 3432 557 543
    Fax: +7 3432 555 964


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