Московский государственный университет имени М.В.Ломоносова Факультет глобальных процессов

Study abroad (eng)

The curriculum implemented at the Faculty of Global Process complies with the educational standard of higher professional education of Lomonosov Moscow State University  in International Relations awarding Bachelor’s degree. The program aims to prepare highly-skilled specialists in international relations, competent in international political and economic relations who are well-equipped with knowledge and skills to provide complex monitoring and to suggest own approaches to efficient management of modern global processes.

On completion, graduates will be skilled to assess how global processes affect international relations; to define the strategy and tactics of foreign policy; to structure the information about political and economic cooperation to comprehensively analyse domestic and foreign environment in the country, region and the world in general; to effectively implement mechanisms of international legislation to economic activity and business safety.   The graduate will be competent in establishing contacts, in conducting negotiations and drawing draft agreements in the Russian and foreign languages, in diplomatic etiquette and protocol  as well as in business communication in international environment. Graduates will be skilled to teach and create new courses, to introduce innovative teaching methods.

Fact Sheet


Room № 715

  • Katerina Borisova (Head of International Office)
  • Kristina Leonova (Student exchange programms FGS)

e-mail: intdep@fgp.msu.ru

Tel.: +7 (495) 939-47-13

General Information:
Skills required for the internship at the Faculty
  1. Appropriate level of grades (by the decision of the home university);
  2. English language skills at a level necessary to cope with the study (we don’t require a language test but rely on our partner institutions to evaluate their student’s English proficiency);
  3.  Basic knowledge in international relations and world economy.


Supporting documents to be submitted Nominees (or their university coordinators) are required to e-mail the following documents to the Faculty of Global Process:

1.    Exchange application (we’ll provide you with the form);

2.    Passport copy.


Application deadlines The students have to provide the Faculty with all the needed documents and information by the following dates:

September admission (Fall semester):

·          April 30

February admission (Spring semester):

·          November 1

Duration of exchange One semester or full year.
Exchange application form (download)
Study Programs:


Per course:

1-4 credits

Per semester:

up to 30 credits also



Exchange students can take courses from other faculties if necessary, but the courses at the Faculty of Global Process should be their first priority.

  1. PeopleManagement in the Global World
  2. Russia’s foreign policy: regional aspects 2/32
  3. Russian Civilization in the Global World 1/16
  4. Politics of Soft Power in the Global World 2/32
  5. Technologies of Soft Power 2/32
  6. Soviet History 2/36
  7. Contemporary relations between youth and religious organizations 3/72
  8. Global Energy 2/36
  9. International Relations in the Context of Global Processes 2/36
  10. Diplomacy and the Diplomatic Service in the Globalizing World 2/36
  11. International Organizations 2/36
  12. Russian Foreign Policy and the European Union 2/36
  13. Russian as a Foreign Language (beginners) 4/72
  14. Modern stage of integration in the post-soviet space
  15. Information Support of Foreign Policy
  16. Neuro-linguistic programming in political and commercial media
  17. Evolution of cultural and linguistic identity: the case of Russian identity versus English identity
  18. Biopolitics





Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
09.00-10.30 10.00-13.00

Russian Language

Prof. Kurlov,

Room 1112




The World of the English: Language. Culture. Mentality.

Prof. Gioeva,

Room 747


Russian Language

Prof. Kurlov,

Room 1112


13.00-14.30 Contemporary relations between youth and religious organizations

Prof. Lukashina

Room 712


Global Management across Global English

Prof. Gioeva,

Room 749



Prof. Maslov,

Room 1160

14.45-16.15 Global History

Prof. Shestova Room 717

(April- May)



Prof. Maslov,

Room 1157