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  • St. Petersburg: Comparative Media Studies - Photojournalism

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    As Russia's most liberal city and a hub for education, business, and culture, St. Petersburg is a fascinating environment in which to look closely at the opportunities and challenges facing local and global media.

    We look at media literacy, media environment, and global trends and examine how journalists and media consumers alike must adapt to a changing environment. Russian and American media will be the primary focus in this comparative study and photojournalism will be the practical application of the course.

    This program is aimed at students of journalism, media, communication, international relations, and Russian language or area studies.

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    Language:
    English
    Location:
    St. Petersburg, Russia
    Terms:
    Summer
    Topics:
    International Relations, Journalism, Russian Language
  • St. Petersburg: Language and Society

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    Russian as a Second Language is at the core of this program and during the academic year is combined with a range of electives taught in English on culture, history, politics, economics, finance, marketing, and more. Several courses focus on the intersection of these subjects: how the economy affects the arts and the role of cultural movements within society. An extensive cultural program and a weekend trip to Moscow is included. You'll gain a wider, fuller, first-hand perspective on Russia for your future career in government, business, or academia.

     

     

    Study Abroad

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    Language:
    Russian and English
    Location:
    St. Petersburg, Russia
    Terms:
    Spring, Summer, Fall
    Topics:
    Business & Economics, Environmental Studies, History, Hospitality/Tourism, International Relations, Law, Literature, Russian Language, Sociology, Sustainability
  • St. Petersburg: The Changing Energy Landscape

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    An increasingly serious attitude toward the Paris Agreement implies a substantial change to world economics through decarbonization efforts. This will require considerable cooperation between the hydrocarbon resource countries and energy consumers. There are many geopolitical and economic obstacles and it is of paramount importance to foster discussion on the future of energy in a decarbonized world.

    This interdisciplinary course is aimed at students of economics, business, world economy, political science, international relations, energy studies/security, and sustainability studies.

    Study Abroad

    Snapshot

    Language:
    English
    Location:
    St. Petersburg, Russia
    Terms:
    Summer
    Topics:
    Business & Economics, Energy Studies, Geopolitics, International Relations, Russian Language, Sustainability