Russia and China: Economic and Political Trends in Eurasia

Program Profile

Sino-Russian Dual Master’s Degree Program with University of International Business and Economics, China

The Dual Master’s degree program «Russia and China: Economic and Political Trends in Eurasia» is designed for those looking for a program which aims to broaden bilateral economic cooperation between China and Russia.
The program takes a rigorously multidisciplinary approach to Economics offering students substantial number of political, historic and cultural competences. At the same time the students have enough flexibility to take field electives tailoring their professional goals and career ambitions.
During the first year all the students study at MGIMO in Russian and continue their study at UIBE for the second year in English, where they will be able to complete their internship.
Graduates of the program will be capable of applied research of international economic issues and will be able to build and test economic models on the basis of comprehensive economics tools. Masters will be able to advance professionally being equipped of decision-making skills while working out national economic strategies and broadening cooperation with foreign partners.
After two years of study the graduates will be awarded degrees of Master in Economics with a profile «International Economy» from MGIMO and UIBE.



  • Microeconomics (advanced level)
  • Macroeconomics (advanced level)
  • Econometrics (advanced level)
  • History of World Economy
  • Russian Research on WTO: Developing States in World Trade
  • Economy of Russia and CIS Countries
  • International Investment: Multinational Corporations in Eurasia
  • Emerging Markets and Russia in International Finance
  • Banking in Emerging Markets
  • International Economics and Emerging Markets Investment Projects in Energy Sector of Russia


  • International Economic Law and Legal Basis of Regional Economic Integration

International Relations

  • Russian Foreign Policy Strategy
  • Great Powers and Regional Subsystems
  • Russia, China and East Asia in Global Politics

Foreign Language

  • Russian or Chinese

Academic supervisor — Dr.Natalia V.Galishcheva