International Students at MGIMO
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Moscow State Institute of International Relations has financial aid programs and on-campus housing.
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|Bakalavr||Administration, Business and Commerce, Ecology, Economics, Geography, International Relations and Diplomacy, Law, Management, Political Sciences, Regional Studies, Social Policy, Sociology|
|Magistr||Advertising and Publicity, Business and Commerce, Economics, Finance, International Relations and Diplomacy, Law, Linguistics, Management, Pedagogy, Political Sciences, Regional Studies, Sociology|
|Kandidat Nauk||Cultural Studies, History, Law, Linguistics, Literature, Pedagogy, Philosophy, Political Sciences, Sociology|
Established in 1943 MGIMO University (Moscow State Institute of International Relations) is among the premier social science universities in Russia, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and BRICS countries. In 1993, MGIMO pioneered Russia’s first ever international dual degree program with the French Sciences Po in Paris – and was the first to launch full-fledged English-medium Bachelor programs in International Affairs and International Business and Finance.
MGIMO international students organize national clubs inside the International Students Association. The Association acts on the principles of openness, equality, voluntary participation, freedom and independence. Within each club, students have opportunities to talk about their own culture and to integrate, as well as to increase cultural awareness and promote diversity across the student body. They arrange National Gourmet Days and celebrate their national and religious holidays.
The literary collection at MGIMO Library dates back to the establishment in 1815 of one of MGIMO’s precursors – the Lazarev Institute of Oriental Languages from which the University acquired rich holdings of ancient manuscripts. The Library, today, holds more than 1 million printed books and periodicals in 62 languages, and more than 2,220,000 e-books and e-journals.
Today, MGIMO offers a vast array of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in 18 areas of study; as well as PhD, MBA, Executive MBA, and pre-university programs. It takes pride in its unique language learning opportunities with 53 foreign languages delivered full-time, which earned it a Guinness World Record for the largest number of languages taught at a university. MGIMO is reputable for the prominent role of teamwork, analytical thinking, critical reasoning, and strategic planning as key aspects of its training methodologies.
Every April and every November, MGIMO University hosts Careers Days involving more than 3,000 students and graduates. Before the event, MGIMO publishes a guidebook on the participating companies. In November, the Career Center cooperates with the Association of European Business in Russia to host the International Career Day that involves international companies.
Moscow State Institute of International Relations majors
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How do I get into Mgimo?
- filled electronic application form;
- high school diploma if you have already received it. …
- photo of applicant (at least 300 dpi);
- CV / résumé (no specific template to follow);
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