Masters in Globalisation, Governance and International Understanding

Programme

The course, that will be held partly in Rome and partly in Moscow, offers highly-innovative contents in the field of international relations by the means of a multidisciplinary methodology.

 

Programme structure

1. Theories of Globalisation, Governance and Intercultural Dialogue I and II

The first module provides an overview of theories of globalisation, Governance and Intercultural dialogue and gives students up-to-date knowledge of research methods and techniques, both general and programme-specific. Then students approach to the global security and common challenges in the areas of crisis

2. Globalisation, Philosophy and Economic Development

  • Research-driven interactive education is offered.
  • Students are expected to attend and participate in discussions with experts of Lomonosv Centre during the seminars and afterwards in more informal settings

3. Local Institutions and Italian-Russian cooperation

  • Research-driven interactive education is offered.
  • Students are expected to attend and participate in discussions with experts of Lomonosv Centre during the seminars and afterwards in more informal settings

4. Dissertation/Project

  • In order to receive the Master degree, students must obtain pass marks in modules 1,2,3 and must realize a project work.

5. Russian/Italian Language and Culture I

6. Russian/Italian Language and Culture II

  • These are compulsory to the Master’s programme.
  • Students will attend Russian language classes and sit a Russian language exam.
  • Russian classes will focus on the development of language skills relevant to research and study in the Russian field.