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European University at St. Petersburg is a renowned independent postgraduate college that specializes in social sciences and humanities and also provides professional training in Russian and Eurasian studies. International students can enroll in a Master’s degree in social sciences and humanities (IMARES) taught in English. Other programs taught in English include the undergraduate semester abroad in Russian studies (RSSA) as well as summer schools. Students will also enjoy the richness of the cultural life Saint-Petersburg has to offer, such as its architecture, museums, metropolitan culture, white winter, and its white nights in the months of May and June.

All Programs Available:
  • Humanities
    • Humanities
    • Art History
    • Cultural Art History
  • Philology, Languages, Literature
    • Russian Language and Literature (in Universities)
    • Slavic Studies
  • Sciences
    • Political Science
    • Sociology
    • Political Economy
  • Social and Cultural studies
    • Cultural Studies
Language of instruction


Type of school

Private University


+7 (812) 579 44 02


3 Gagarinskaia Street, St. Petersburg, Saint Petersburg, Russia, 191187


Russian Federation

More information about Academic Programs

IMARES - one-year Master's program MARCA - one-year Master's program ENERPO - one-year Master's program

More information about Graduate Programs

IMARES - one-year Master's program MARCA - one-year Master's program ENERPO - one-year Master's program

Admission Requirements

An previously held BA degree

Language Requirements



IMARES - $15,000 MARCA - $10,500 ENERPO - $17,000


Limited lodging is provided at the EUSP dormitory, but arrangements for those who wish to rent a room from Russian families will be made. The cost of living in St. Petersburg is still substantially lower than the cost of living in Moscow. As of September 2011, prices for an average separate bedroom in a centrally located apartment start at $350 per month. Rent for a non-shared apartment at a semi-periphery of the city starts from $500. Overall estimated living expenses for 10 months, including lodging, food, local transportation, books and study materials range from $6,500 to $8,000 on a moderate budget.

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