JOURNAL OF GOVERNANCE AND POLITICS

JOURNAL OF GOVERNANCE AND POLITICS

SCHOOL OF GOVERNANCE AND POLITICS, MGIMO UNIVERSITY, RUSSIA

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22 January 2021

New English-taught Bachelor Program in International Business and Finance

The MGIMO School of Government and International Affairs is launching a new Bachelor program in International Business and Finance, taught entirely in English. The program has been designed specifically for Russian and international applicants who studied in high school in English and received IB, A level, GCSE / iGCSE diplomas or the equivalent. The program is original in that it combines modern economic theory with quantitative methods in the field of economics and finance, all the while offering an understanding of how modern corporations function and an analysis of their economic and business processes. Students of the program will acquire a wide skillset allowing them to become financial analysts, business managers, entrepreneurs and leaders. One third of the curriculum will be dedicated to the core subjects MGIMO excels at teaching and for which it has a global reputation: international political and legal studies.
18 January 2021

MGIMO at the Arms Control Negotiations Academy

January 11th-16th, the second shift started at the Arms Control Negotiations Academy. MGIMO employees coordinated the work of the camp participants, reviewed their research and participated in the round table. The Russian Ambassador to the United States A.Antonov was the guest of honor of the event.
18 January 2021

First Russian-British PhD Viva

January 18th, the dissertation councils of MGIMO and the University of Reading held a joint session during which, for the first time in our country, a thesis in English prepared as part of a double postgraduate study program between Russian and British universities was defended. As a result of the Viva, the applicant was awarded two academic degrees: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Management from Henley Business School and Candidate of Political Science (MGIMO).

№2(3), 2018