WHAT MA SES IS:
Knowing the European societies’ structure
Development of research and practical skills
Entry into international research and expert community
Opening a great variety of career opportunities in Russia, Europe and around the Globe
Studies in European Societies” (MA SES) – is a master program fully taught in English, run at the Faculty of Sociology of Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia in cooperation with Bielefeld University, Germany and support by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the Centre for German and European Studies (Saint-Petersburg State University – Bielefeld University).
MA SES is focused on the social, political, economic and cultural dimensions of the European societies being analysed from comparative perspective in the framework of social sciences.
MA SES news
Study Trip to Munich and Nuremberg18.04.2017 More
Scholarships at the Hebrew University at Jerusalem18.04.2017 More
Research Papers Competition for Junior Scientists18.04.2017 More
Summer School ‘The End of EU (or not yet?): crises, conflicts, sketches of solutions’18.04.2017 More
Open discussion ‘Current Threats and Hopes for Civil Society Organizations in Europe: Different Countries – Similar Agendas?’18.04.2017 More
WHY MA SES?
FOCUS ON EUROPEAN SOCIETIES
Special focus on European societies which allows students to discover step by step the social, political, economic and cultural diversity of Europe.
Program that is constantly being improved within 10 years of its work and today combines sociological component with the economic, political and anthropological approaches.
IMPROVING ENGLISH, LEARNING RUSSIAN AND GERMAN
The opportunirty to improve the level of English proficiency, to learn Russian and German, including specific courses, and informal everyday communication with foreign students and teachers.
INTERNATIONAL TEAM OF TEACHERS
The international team of teachers from St. Petersburg state university, the University of Bielefeld (the leading University of Europe in the field of social Sciences) and other European universities.