27 September 2016

Partner Universities

A key priority of MGIMO international policy is the development of bilateral and multilateral international relations, and the promotion of educational and scientific exchange. Cooperation agreements with more than 170 foreign partners from 57 countries – universities, diplomatic academies, institutes, and research centers – help to ensure the highest global standards in educational and research work.

The University is focused on mutual Bachelor and Master degree educational programs which comply with the Bologna process. In recent years MGIMO has developed dual degree MA programs with universities in France, Italy, Germany and Norway.

Each year exchange programs with foreign universities see more than 100 international students enrolling at MGIMO for a semester or full academic year. Depending on their specialization, international exchange students choose from a variety of courses taught in Russian across different programs. They also regularly take advanced Russian language courses to improve their knowledge.

Exchange programs are a vital part of the MGIMO experience.

Coordination of the international cooperation agreements with universities from around the world is one of the International Office's main tasks. If you are the prospective partner who wants to establish the cooperation with MGIMO University, the International Office team will be pleased to assist you!
international@inno.mgimo.ru
+7 495 234-8461

Partner universities include:

  AUSTRIA

  AZERBAIJAN

  ARMENIA

  BELARUS

  BRAZIL

  CANADA

  CHILE

  CHINA

  CROATIA

  CYPRUS

  CZECH REPUBLIC

  FINLAND

  FRANCE

  GERMANY

  HUNGARY

  INDIA

  IRAN

  ISRAEL

  ITALY

  JAPAN

  JORDAN

  KAZAKHSTAN

  Democratic People's Republic of KOREA

  Republic of KOREA

  KYRGYZSTAN

  LATVIA

  LITHUANIA

  MOLDOVA

  MONGOLIA

  NETHERLANDS

  NORWAY

  PALESTINE

  POLAND

  PORTUGAL

  SERBIA

  SINGAPORE

  SLOVAKIA

  SPAIN

  TAIWAN

  THAILAND

  TURKEY

  TURKMENISTAN

  • Institute of International Relations of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan

  UZBEKISTAN

  UKRAINE

  Republic of SOUTH AFRICA

  SWEDEN

  SWITZERLAND

  UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

  USA

  VIETNAM