Master’s: Slavonic Studies and Intercultural Studies Joint Programme: Russia and Europe
The Master’s in Foreign and Regional Languages, Literatures and Civilisations, with a subject pathway in Slavonic Studies and Intercultural Studies (Joint Programme Russia and Europe: Languages and Cultures) has fixed as its aim the training of specialists on the subjects of languages, literatures and human sciences in Russia, Eastern Europe and the post-Soviet space. This is within the context of increasing globalisation and persistent tensions between the different parts of Europe. These specialists, who are proficient in adopting contrastive approaches, are now needed to architect the intercultural dialogue between France and Russia.
As this programme is organised jointly with the People’s Friendship University of Russia (URAP-RUDN www.rudn.ru/) in Moscow, students can gain a joint Master’s in French and Russian. The programme is geared towards research-oriented professions and offers students the chance to follow a specialism that can lead to employment without undertaking doctoral studies. The programme draws on skills gained via different socio-economic contexts.