September 27, 2013
September 6, 2013
On September 5, 2013 the President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy addressed the students of the European University at St. Petersburg and its distinguished guests, professors and representatives of the media while visiting St. Petersburg to participate in the G20 Summit hosted by Russia this year. The beautifully decorated White Hall of the University, which in itself is a symbol of Russian and Western European cultural and architectural dialogue was full of those who had come to listen to Mr. Van Rompuy’s half-hour speech.
On July 13, 2013 the European University at Saint Petersburg hosted a delegation of the UN Foundation - one of the largest philanthropic institutions in the world, established by CNN founder Ted Turner. Read more
May 27, 2013
Following the good example set by the ENERPO students, our MARCA students have just published the first issue of the EUSP MARCA journal. It is planned that from September 2013 a similar project will be launched by IMARES students.
We are pleased to present the ENERPO journal produced by the EUSP international students. The goal of ENERPO Journal is to bring exposure to the ENERPO program and shed light on the latest developments in the oil, gas, and renewables industries in a way befitting both expert and casual readership. Contributing authors are primarily students and faculty with the occasional outside expert writer.
Anthony Cruitt (IMARES, USA), who traveled to Brussels as a participant in the 2013 Successor Generation Program held at NATO HQ from 13 to 16 March 2013, shared some of his takeaways from this event.
March 13, 2013
Irena Schneider (EUSP alumnus, IMARES 2011-12) published an article on Liberty, Democracy and Russia in the Oslo Times magazine.
February 28, 2013
On 26 June 2013 EUSP is celebrating the 15th anniversary of its international programs which started with then IMARS (no "E" for the word "Eurasian" yet) in 1998. It is easy to call these programs the oldest full-fledged international Masters programs in Russia as they are still the only ones there are. But this does not make the planned celebration event less important. As usual, we will be sailing a double-decker on the Neva from 11pm to 2am with food, drinks, a DJ and more on board. It will be preceded by an evening of jazz complemented by short speeches etc in JFC club in Shpalernaya. The event is traditionally organized jointly by the International Office and the PNiS Department which is for the first time throwing a study-end celebration for their two-year Russian MA students in Political Science and Sociology. An important part of the event is that students will meet some alumni who will share their career building experiences.
February 28, 2013
21 March is a traditional EUSP big celebration day. Five years ago it marked the end of the “Fire Crisis” which not only brought the university back to life, but made a remarkable contribution to the growth of civil society in Russia in general. In anticipation of the big event, EUSP International MA Programs Office announces the results of the best students selection conducted by the IMAP administration and the programs’ directorates.
We have nine nominees.
Fabio De Leonardis, Igor Postrekhin, Olga Schmidt
Alexandra Dennett, Jonas Gerwing, Angelina White
Colin Chilcoat, Bram Onck, Mike Seyer
However, as it happens, there will be only one winner for every program who will get the award and those three names will be pronounced during the ceremony.
February 26, 2013
Anthony Cruitt (IMARES, USA) and Erdem Tumdag (IMARES, Turkey) are the two international students, winners of the internal EUSP competition, who will join the delegation of various Russian universities visiting the NATO headquarters in Brussels on 13-16 March 2013.