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International Summer Schools

Art History

Since summer 1998 annual Summer Schools for foreign auditory are conducted at the Department of the History of Arts of the European University at St. Petersburg.
Classes take form of lectures and seminars in the State Hermitage museum, as well as in the major suburban Emperorsí residences.


Summer schools of the Department of Economics are entitled "Applied macroeconomics". These Summer schools aim at raising the level of understanding in the sphere of contemporary theoretical and applied macroeconomics of University professors. The task of these schools is to offer courses easily adaptable to various expressions of contemporary economical systems. Special attention is paid to debatable questions and comparative analysis of different types of economies within European frames.

Russian Studies

A Distinctive Russian Study Abroad Program
A Three-Week Summer School
(July 2-July 20, 2007)

Exclusive courses addressing issues on the Russian state, violence, mafia, media, mass communications, ethnic issues of post Soviet Russia and practical use of the Russian Language.

History and Culture (St. Petersburg)

International Summer schools of the Department of History "Contemporary directions in historical scholarship" aim at intensification of collaborative work among young scholars from Germany and Russia. The key aspect of discussions are contemporary directions in historical scholarship that present mutual interest both the Western and for Eastern historians. 

Three Year Summer School Programs in Association with the History Faculty of the EUSP "Modern Directions of Historical Science"
July 1 - 15, 2001 St. Petersburg, Russia


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