International Masters in Central and East European, Russian and Eurasian Studies

This innovative international programme offers  a unique opportunity to undertake study and research in at least three different countries at our renowned partner institutions, culminating in the award of a multiple degree according to your chosen pathway.

 

» PROGRAMME DETAILS

Programme duration: two years (four semesters)

Study mode: full time

Suitable for: This programme is suitable for students seeking comprehensive training as experts in the contemporary challenges and realities facing Central and Eastern Europe and its neighbours. Intensive foreign language training is also an integral part of the curriculum. Students wishing to study Polish, Russian, German or French are highly encouraged to join CES.

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

» ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

2.1 Honours degree or non-UK equivalent in a relevant social science or humanities subject. Applicants from other subject backgrounds, however, will be considered.

 

» HOW TO APPLY?

Applications are made to the University of Glasgow online application system and offers are made by the University of Glasgow. Please refer to the University of Glasgow webpage for details. 

» CURRICULUM

 

COURSE TITLE

CONTACT HOURS

ECTS POINTS

 

CORE COURSES (mandatory)

European Civilisation

60

9

MA Seminar

 

10

MA Thesis

 

20

KEY COURSES (students must take two)

International Financial Markets (I sem) and Finances in the EU (II sem)

60

9

EU Foreign and Security Policy (EuroAtlantic Security and Foreign Policy of the EU)

60

9

EU Institutions and the Decision Making Process

60

9

Political and Social History of the 20th Century CEE

60

9

Foreign and International Relations in CEE facing CFSP/ESDP*

60

9

OPTIONAL COURSES (students take at least one)

Language*

60

6

European Integration Theory and Practice

30

4.5

To Be (or Not To Be) Central European: 20th Century CEE Literature (not running in 2017/2018)

30

4.5

Economy of Central Europe: from Transition to EU Membership

30

4.5

Myths and Symbols of European Integration – Western and Eastern European Perspectives

30

4.5

Citizenship, Migration and Multiculturalism in Europe

60

9

International Development: From Bretton Woods to Lisbon Treaty

30

4.5

Introduction to European Jewish Religion, Culture and Society

30

4.5

Politics and Government in Post-Communist Russia

30

4.5

Religion, Diversity and Toleration in Central and Eastern Europe

30

4.5

Antisemitism after Auschwitz

30

4.5

Europeanisation and Transformation of Collective Identity

60

9

Meaning and Value of Democracy from a Philosophical Perspective

30

4.5

EU Administration, Justice and Home Affairs

60

9

Knowledge-Based Society

30

4.5

» GRADUATE PROFILE

You will be prepared for careers in policy-making in government, foreign ministries, the EU, Intergovernmental organisations and non-governmental organisations. Other career opportunities include higher education and business.

» Contact

Academic contact:clair.clarke@glasgow.ac.uk

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