UrFU Invites International Students to Take Part in the Spring School “BRICS Future: 2030”


01 March 2017 UrFU Invites International Students to Take Part in the Spring School “BRICS Future: 2030” © UrFU

Graduate and postgraduate students studying BRICS countries can take part in the event.

International school “BRICS Future: 2030” will take part from April 10 till April 14, 2017 at Ural Federal University; the official language of the school is English.

In the first place, the school will be of interest for the students from BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa), but students and young researchers from all over the globe can become participants as well – especially those who are interested in Russia, international relations and are willing to continue their studies in Russia.

The program of the school includes the most relevant issues of today’s politics. The students will discuss growing tensions between and inside the main political centers of the world and the possibility of a partner dialogue between governments, as well as express their opinions regarding the creation of the multipolar political world. No registration and tuition fee is envisaged, the participants are expected to cover their travel expenses.

The event organizers will also consider the opportunity of covering accommodation costs for a number of participants. To take part in this contest you need to send your application form, CV and motivation letter describing your academic experience and your interest in the field of BRICS studies to the executive director of UrFU BRICS Studies Center, Maria Guzikova, m.o.guzikova@urfu.ru, till March 15. More information:

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