Historical Science and Archaeology «History of International Relations and Foreign Policy»
The programme aims to train highly qualified specialists in the field of the History of International Relations and Foreign Policy capable of introducing scientific and educational innovations.
the programme helps PhD student to develop professional and personal qualities required for conducting researches facilitating social and cultural progress.
the programme gives the opportunity to conduct a scientific research in the field of International Relations History.
46.06.01 . Historical Science and Archaeology. History of International Relations and Foreign Policy.
Duration of the Programme: 3 years.
Programme type: Full-time.
Language of instruction: Russian.
Courses & Study Load
ECTS credits: 180
Teaching courses and Qualifying Exam training: Current Challenges in HI Teaching and Learning, History and Philosophy of Science, Foreign Language, History of International Relations and Foreign Policy.
Specialist courses: Germany and the Baltic issue in the XVII -. XX centuries, the Baltic region in the History of International Relations in the XVII -. XIX centuries, the place of Poland in International Relations in the Baltic region in Modern and Contemporary History, Historiography of the History of International Relations and Foreign Policy (the Baltic region), Modern Methods and Educational Technologies of Teaching History of International Relations and Foreign Policy.
Professional Training / Internships
Teaching and research training is provided at the IKBFU facilities as well as in central and regional archives.
The graduates a variety of career paths to follow:
in academia: historical researches in universities, specialized academic institutions and research institutes.
in culture: archives and museumsGraduates can also pursue career in expert-analytical centres, public and state information and analytical organizations.
Admission & Tuition
State-funded applicants (Russian nationals and Russian speaking applicants from the CIS countries) are expected to take the following exams:
History of International Relations and Foreign Policy
Dmitry GURIN, Programme Manager
Tel.: 7 4012 595 595 (1931)