EU and Russia in 
the Arctic

MA semester program in English

EU and Russia in the Arctic: History of Cultural and Political Interaction

(30 ECTS)

Northern (Arctic) Federal University invites international students to take part in the spring semester program «EU and Russia in the Arctic: History of Cultural and Political Interaction» starting from September 2016.

The course outcomes reflect understanding the EU Arctic policy development as a dynamic phenomenon, including the historical memories, contemporary practices and experiences of the diverse nations (Nordic countries, Russia) and communities (indigenous and ethnic groups, modern diasporas) living in the High North. Emphasizing the critical role of political and intercultural communication in the EU Arctic policy formation, special attention will be given to intersections of historical contexts, ethnic and cultural patterns, national and international challenges, revealed in EU — Russian interaction in the High North.

Students will have an opportunity work in archives and museums in Arkhangelsk region under scientific supervising of NArFU professors.

Structure

EU and Russia in the Arctic: History of Cultural and Political Interaction course consists of 4 modules:

Title of the course

ECTS

Institute

Lecturer

1

Russia and the European Union: problems and prospects of cooperation

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8

Institute of Social and Political Sciences and Humanities

Oksana V. Zaretskaia

e-mail: o.zaretskaya@narfu.ru

2

Cross-border contacts, Mobility and European Identity

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8

Institute of Social and Political Sciences and Humanities

Tatiana P. Teterevleva

e-mail:t.teterevleva@narfu.ru

3

Northern Dimension of EU-Russian Cultural Interaction: heritage, art and identity

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8

Institute of Social and Political Sciences and Humanities

Anna Soloviova

e-mail: a.soloveva@narfu.ru

4

Migration and migration policy of EU in the Arctic

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6

Institute of Social and Political Sciences and Humanities

Maria Nesterenko

e-mail: m.nesterenko@narfu.ru

Duration:

1 semester (Autumn) — 30 ECTS

Qualification level

Non-degree, Master level

Admission requirements

General entrance requirements for admission into HEIs

Application deadline

10th of July 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/

International Students may participate in the Quota Scholarship Programme http://www.narfu.ru/en/news/?ELEMENT_ID=234369

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

Application

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Updated 29.03.2016