3 August 2019
Russian Energy Policy & International Energy Cooperation
Module “Russian Energy Policy” consists of the following courses: “Current Energy Policy of Russia: Trends & Tendencies”, “Business Environment for the Russian Oil and Gas Sector”, “International Energy Security: Russian Perspective” “Development of Arctic Hydrocarbon Resources: Economic and Legal Perspective” and a course of the Russian language.
This module is taught by leading MGIMO professors and executives from the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Module is designed to familiarize students with history and current shape of the Russian oil and gas industry, its main drivers and future trends of its development. It encompasses structural factors that have defined the industry since Soviet era, current corporate and competitive landscape,
regulatory and fiscal regime that has an everyday impact on strategic decision-making process of the industry’s top management.
Given that the Russian Energy Sector today is part and parcel of the World interdependent energy industry, to assist students in the acquisition of broad spectrum of knowledge and facts allowing them to have an insight into the way business practices operate in a national, international and global context in the oil and gas industry is another and more general purpose of the Module.
Learning methods include interactive lectures, discussion, case-studies and directed reading
EUR 2500: Tuition fee for one Module is 3 000 Euros. It covers application processing, tuition, visa support, free use of outstanding sports facilities (12 specialized gyms including a 25-meter swimming pool), course certificate after graduation, wide selection of afternoon and evening activities, 4 coach excursions per Module, welcome and graduation events, free WiFi, MGIMO T-shirt.