Russian Studies

The Russian Studies course is developed by the twin universities UiT (Norway) and NArFU (Russia) with the hopes to build knowledge of Russia and stimulate interdisciplinary thinking. Initially created for the exchange students from Nordic countries, now the program attracts students from all over the world and enables international students to get knowledge about Russian history, culture, language and society by offering them a semester program at the Russian university.

Our mission is to create opportunities for students to get progress in studying Russia while staying in Russia so that in their later academic careers the students could be in a position to work on a self-sufficient basis in the learning Russian subjects.

Structure

The Russian Studies course consists of 3 modules, 10 ECTS each:

Title of the course

ECTS

Institute

Lecturer

1

Soviet and Contemporary Russian History (XXth century)

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10

Institute of Social and Political Sciences and Humanities

Tatiana P. Teterevleva

e-mail: t.teterevleva@narfu.ru

2

Culture of the Russian North

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10

Institute of Humanities, Social and Political Sciences

Anna Soloviova

e-mail: a.soloveva@narfu.ru

3

Contemporary Russian Politics

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10

Institute of Social and Political Sciences and Humanities

Alexey E. Feldt

e-mail: a.feldt@narfu.ru

Duration:

1 semester (Autumn) – 30 ECTS

Qualification level

Non-degree, Bachelor level

Admission requirements

General entrance requirements for admission into HEIs

Application deadline

30 May annually

Language

All courses will be taught in English

Tuition fees

There is no fee to participate in this program for exchange students from partner institutions.

Scholarships

Students from Norway may apply for Barents Plus scholarship www.barentsplus.no 

Students from European countries may apply for Erasmus Mundus scholarship http://www.narfu.ru/en/international/projects/aurora/

Prospective students

The program is designed for international degree and exchange students

Qualification and Records

Upon completion of studies students receive a Transcript of Records

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Updated 24.06.2015