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Russia - Far East Summer School offers international students several course modules each lasting 3 weeks of intensive training. The School is multi-modular, which means that each participating student can choose from a variety of course modules. As compared to the Russia - Far East Summer School held in previous years, the Summer School of 2019 greatly expands the range of academic modules offered to the international students.
ECTS credits: 4.0
Language of instruction: English and Russian
Participation eligibility: undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate, and non-matriculated students
Payment: 60 000 RUB
Accommodation: Dormitory rooms with a two-person occupancy
Application deadline: May 20, 2019.
2. Receiving participation confirmation from FEFU,
3. Receiving Invitation Letter from FEFU for visa,
6. Paying the Registration Fee either online or at a cash counter at FEFU,
7. Getting a Registration at the Office of Visas and Registration by brining copies of all pages in your passport.
8. Getting insurance for a stay in Russia (this is optional: you would need a Russian insurance in case you did not get it at your home country).
Russian Language and Culture
This module developed by the Russian language instructors will help students immerse into an intensive study of the Russian language, and learn the culture and traditions of Russia and of Primorsky Krai province. Students of all levels of knowledge of the Russian language will be able to take this course based on their knowledge level demonstrated during the placement test.
Russian Domestic and Foreign Policy
This module developed by the FEFU School of International and Regional Studies offers a unique series of lectures and seminars on Russian foreign policy in Northeast Asia.
Entrepreneurship, Innovations and Marketing in the Emerging Markets of the Asia-Pacific Countries
This module was developed by the FEFU School of Economics and Management to facilitate participant’s understanding of the key strategic, technical, commercial, financial, and human issues linked to the creation or development of a start-up or a traditional business. Students will learn the techniques and experience of successful business in the Asia-Pacific region.
Film Studies: Contemporary Russian documentary as a tool of memorial culture
This module developed by the Pacific Meridian Movie Festival movie selection committee members will feature historical development of the Russian and international movie-making, movie criticism, and understanding of movie-making as a way of archiving reality.
Transition to a Green Economy
This module was developed by the FEFU School of Economics and Management to enhance participants’ knowledge of different concepts and facets of the green economy, as well as global, national and sector-specific challenges and opportunities to advance low-carbon, resource efficient and socially inclusive development.
The cultural program includes: