Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University

Degree Programmes

Sociocultural management

Programme Information

The programme focuses on the theory and history of sociocultural interactions, pedagogical aspects of recreation, history of arts, theory and history of culture, and the basics of cultural policy. Students are introduced to the basics of sociocultural management and sociocultural project management, information technology in management, and marketing communications for sociocultural interactions.

The programme aims to train qualified and in-demand specialists in sociocultural management.

Programme’s advantages:

Courses are taught by experienced specialists in sociocultural management.

Upon completing the Programme, you will be able to:

  • plan and run cultural and entertainment events;

  • provide sociocultural support for people with special needs;

  • work in recreational and cultural management and marketing;

  • develop new techniques to stimulate sociocultural activities;

  • take part in shaping regional cultural policies.

Programme Description

53.03.03. Sociocultural management. .

Duration of the Programme: 4 years.

Programme type: Full-time.

Language of instruction: Russian.

Institute: Institute of Recreation, Tourism and Sports.

Courses & Study Load

Number of ECTS credits: 240

Core courses: information and communications technology module, general cultural competence module, cultural studies module, module in historical and cultural aspects of sociocultural activities, module in management and marketing in sociocultural activities, module in sociocultural forms and methods, first foreign language.


Kaliningrad Cathedral, Kaliningrad Art Gallery, Kaliningrad Regional Theatre, Regional Folk Art Centre, and the Friedland Gate cultural centre.

Professional Training / Internships
Career Opportunities

Graduates hold positions at cultural institutions, event agencies, TV companies, and advertising agencies.

Admission & Tuition

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

  • Literature

  • Russian language

  • Foreign language

Fee-paying applicants are expected to take:


Dr Oksana Ivleva, Degree Programme Manager

+7 (4012) 595-586, Russian

Admissions Office

14 A. Nevskogo ul., Kaliningrad, 236041

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