Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University

Degree Programmes


Programme Information

Knowledge of history is necessary for comprehending current social processes. This programme is designed for those who are willing to get basic education in the fields of history, archeology, museology, and to conduct historical research.

The objective of the programmeme is to train highly qualified and competitive specialists in history.

Benefits of the programmeme:

Accreditation of the National Center of Public Accreditation

Upon completion of the degree programme the students will be able

  • To learn about the history and culture of different countries and peoples

  • To understand the origins of the modern global processes

  • to analyze strategically the ways of global development

  • to acquire skills relevant for applied historical disciplines

Programme Description

46.03.01. History. .

Duration of the Programme: 4 years.

Programme type: Full-time.

Language of instruction: Russian.

Institute: Institute for the Humanities.

Courses & Study Load

Number of ECTS - 240

Core courses:

History of Russia, Europe and America, Asia and Africa, Southern and Western Slavs, world and national culture in ancient times, the Middle Ages, in modern and contemporary times;

Applied courses:

introduction of archive science and museology; history teaching methodology; theory and methodology of history; ethnology and archeology.

Professional Training / Internship:

  • archeological internship is carried out at the archaeological sites of the Kaliningrad region;

  • archive internship is carried out in the State Archive of the Kaliningrad region, the State Modern History Archive of the Kaliningrad region, the archive of the Kaliningrad Regional Museum of History and Arts.

  • teaching internship is carried out in various educational institutions (various comprehensive schools) of the region.

Professional Training / Internships
Career Opportunities

Graduates will be able to work in different areas:

  • In education: schools and colleges;

  • In culture: museums, libraries and archives;

Research: universities.

Admission & Tuition

State-funded applicants (Russian nationals and  Russian speaking applicants from the CIS countries) are  expected to  take  the following exams:

  • History

  • Social studies

  • Russian language

Fee-paying applicants are expected to take: 


Dmitry GURIN, manager of the programmeme

Tel. 7 4012 595 595 (1931)


Course language: Russian

Admissions Office

14 A. Nevskogo ul., Kaliningrad, 236041

+7 (4012) 59-55-96
fax: +7 (4012) 31-33-33