Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University

Degree Programmes


Programme Information

Philosophical education will help to understand the world around you and to develop in the contemporary, rapidly changing society. The universality of philosophical education translates into creative thinking, vast erudition, and ability to self-educate and develop.

The programme aims to train specialist in classical philosophy with extensive knowledge in the humanities and developed analytical faculties.

Programme’s advantages:

A certificate of accreditation by Russian and international experts.

Programme Description

47.03.01. Philosophy. .

Duration of the Programme: 4 years.

Programme type: Full-time.

Language of instruction: Russian.

Institute: Institute for the Humanities.

Courses & Study Load

Workload: 240 ECTS credits.

The core of the programme is professional disciplines – history of foreign philosophy, history of Russian philosophy, ethics, aesthetics, logic and theory of argumentation, religious studies, philosophy of culture, contemporary philosophical anthropology, social philosophy, Kant’s philosophical system and neo-Kantianism.


In the course of study, students complete a research and a pre-degree internship at the University.

A pedagogical internship takes place at various Kaliningrad schools.

Professional Training / Internships
Career Opportunities

Career opportunities lie with educational organisations – schools, secondary vocational institutions, academic and reach centres. The programme’s graduates are also employed at museums and libraries, public authorities, private companies, and non-profits.

Admission & Tuition

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

  • Social studies

  • History

  • Russian language

Fee-paying applicants are expected to take:


Dmitriy GURIN, Manager of the degree programme

Tel. + 7 4012 595 595


Language of instructions: Russian

Admissions Office

14 A. Nevskogo ul., Kaliningrad, 236041

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