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Russian and Eurasian Studies

Zugangsvoraussetzungen: More information about the requirement application can be found on en.mastersinleiden.nl/programmes/russian-and-eurasian-studies

Dauer: 1 Jahre

Studienbeginn: 1. September (Studiengänge mit Studienbeginn Februar)

Sprache: Englisch

Land: Niederlande

Hinweis: More information about the tuition fees can be found on www.studieren-in-holland.de/25,1,studiengebuehren.html


The Leiden MA programme in Russian and Eurasian Studies is unique in the Netherlands in that it offers students a well-balanced combination of several disciplines.

You can study Russia and the Eurasian world from the perspectives of language, literature and culture, or instead focus on the politics, history and economics of the region.

You are at liberty to combine these two angles into an individual programme. Leiden University has been studying Russia and the Slavic world since 1913, which has earned us an excellent international reputation.

For some courses knowledge of Russian is obligatory.


Reasons to choose Russian and Eurasian Studies at Leiden University:
 
• A unique selection of courses found nowhere else in the Netherlands.
• Take advantage of a broad range of options to customise your individual programme.
• You will benefit from the expertise of specialists from the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics, the Leiden University Institute for History and the Institute for Cultural Disciplines as well as visiting professors and external specialists at the University of Amsterdam.
• Go abroad: enjoy the international study environment, including a limited number of competitive scholarship and internship programmes in Russia, Georgia and other countries.
• Upon graduation, you will have a profound knowledge of either the linguistics, literature and culture, or the history, politics, international relations, and economy of the Russian and Eurasian region.

Career opportunities:
An increasing number of companies, non-profit organisations and governmental institutions explore and develop the Russian market as a fertile location for their products and services. Following the liberalisation of the region’s economy in recent years, there has been a rapid growth in the demand for graduates with expertise in Russia and a solid command of the Russian language. Consequently, as a graduate in Russian and Eurasian Studies, you will be widely employable as an intermediary. You will also be qualified to pursue positions that do not have such a direct connection with your study.

An increasing number of companies, non-profit organisations and governmental institutions explore and develop the Russian market as a fertile location for their products and services. Following the liberalisation of the region’s economy in recent years, there has been a rapid growth in the demand for graduates with expertise in Russia and a solid command of the Russian language. Consequently, as a graduate in Russian and Eurasian Studies, you will be widely employable as an intermediary. You will also be qualified to pursue positions that do not have such a direct connection with your study.

Alumni currently work in the following fields:
• non-governmental organisations
• trading companies (such as Flora Holland)
• consultancy
• transport
• commerce
• banking
• tourism
• journalism
• civil service

and in the following positions:
• policy advisers in Eastern European ministries
• communication officers, journalists/editors
• interpreters and translators
• teachers of Russian in schools and universities and commercial training institutes
• librarians
• graduate staff members

Some figures about graduates of European Languages and cultures

How successful are they in finding a job?

74 % found a job within two months.
77 % found their first job at academic or HBO (higher professional) level.
85 % held a position at academic or HBO level when the study was carried out.

contact person: International Studyline
phone.: 071 527 11 11
e-mail: study@bb.leidenuniv.nl
website: en.mastersinleiden.nl


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