Call for Applications for the Dual MA program in Post-Soviet Public PolicyMaster 07.06.2020
Department of Public Policy at Lomonsov Moscow State University and School of Governance and Politics at Moscow State Institute of International Relations are delighted to announce the call for applications for the Dual MA program in Post-Soviet Public Policy.
Being the first political science degree, fully-taught in English at Lomonosov MSU, this program is designed for international students, interested in the complex nature of policy-making processes in the former USSR states. The program is taught in small international class by an international board of professors, coming from Lomonosov MSU, MGIMO, Sciences Po, Peking University, Columbia University, University of Amsterdam, UCL, Oxford University and many others.
We do realise that many talented students would not be able to participate in the program due to the financial reasons and that is why we are happy to tell about the PolitIQ Scholarship Program, which supports exceptional applicants on the program.
PolitIQ Scholarship Program supports exceptional prospective students of the Joint MGU & MGIMO MA in Post-Soviet Public Policy. The program covers either 50% or 100% of the tuition fee. Awarded students receive financial support from PolitIQ during the two years of studies on the program.
Eligibility: all the students, who apply for the Joint MGU & MGIMO MA in Post-Soviet Public Policy are eligible to apply for a scholarship.
We encourage international and domestic students, regardless of their previous education, to apply for the PolitIQ grant.
How to apply:
Step One: In order to apply for the PolitIQ Scholarship, a student needs to fill an application form on our website https://mastersprogram.politiq.ru . This is how we meet you and get to learn more about your motivation and previous background.
Step Two: Successful applicants will be invited for a Skype interview, which will be hold with the members of the MA team. We will talk about your motivation more precisely, trying
to understand what would your path on the MA look like.