|University website:||Russia and Eurasia Studies|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||3,000 EUR|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||3,000 EUR|
Obtain a master's degree in International Relations and Diplomacy in Russia and Eurasia studies studying near the edge of the East and yet in the West.
Despite the relatively small size of the Russian economy, the country retains significant military and political power. Consequently, Russia has a substantial impact on the dynamics of its surrounding regions, as well as other regions and global processes.
The regions surrounding Russia maintain their relevance in the regional and global context as well. "Frozen conflicts" in Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, as well as the renewed conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia; undemocratic governance and related potential political and economic transformation processes in a number of countries of Eastern Europe, Southern Caucasus and Central Asia; the impact of the Afghan civil war and peace process on Central Asian countries, in particular Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan; the ever-increasing economic and political clout of China in Central Asia and other regions are but a few of the developments that continue to take place.
The Russia and Eurasia Studies programme will help graduates develop a career in the national diplomatic corps, at international organisations, commercial companies, universities and think-tanks with a focus on Russia and/or different Eurasian issues. The programme also prepares students for further PhD studies.