Head of the international projects sector A.A. Rogozin took part in a series of working meetings with representatives of universities in Hungary.
In cooperation with Saint Petersburg State University of Economics (UNECON) BSRUN has conducted its annual Forum on June, 7 2018.
"The problems of social well-being of the population in modern conditions are of particular relevance on both sides of the Russian-Finnish border," said Yu.A. Petrovskaya, acting. Head of the Department of Sociology and Social Work, during the work of the international school for social work.
A two-day seminar was held in Petrozavodsk State University - a meeting dedicated to the issues of "green care". The participants were students and teachers of the three institutes of PetrSU (Institute of Biology, Ecology and Agrotechnologies, Institute of History, Political and Social Sciences, and Medical Institute).
The Boiling Point – Petrozavodsk hosts the 15th International Summer School in Karelia (ISSK) “Discourses and dimensions of the Barents Region, the EU and the entire North - theories & methods of Arctic studies”. The school convened over 30 Bachelor and Master Degree students, postgraduates and teachers from PetrSU, representatives of universities of Finland, Spain, Estonia, Canada and other countries, as well as specialists of public and academic organizations, engaged in research in this area.
From 18 to 26 April 2018 in St. Petersburg, with the assistance of the German Academic Exchange Service, were held days of Germany in Russia.
On March 24, a scientific and methodological seminar on Russia - Hungary cooperation was held at the RCSC in Budapest with the participation of the leading scientists of RKI and representatives if 12 Hungarian universities.
From January 11 to January 14 Head of the Department of Sociology and Social Work, PetrSU, Yulia Alexandrovna Petrovskaya visited Saimaa University of Applied Sciences (Lappeenranta, Finland). Representatives of two universities discussed the possibility of international cooperation in the sphere of green care, cosial work and international students exchange.
PetrSU wrapped up the three courses on the EU developed in the framework of the EU Center in the Barents Region of Russia project implemented with the financial support of the Erasmus+ program of the European Union.
The Associate Professor of the Department of World History, Political Studies and International Relations Varvara Inozemtseva read the course “The European Union and the Russian Federation” for the 4th year Bachelor Degree students. The aim of the course was to provide the students with comprehensive insight into the historical background, trends, current status, and prospects for the development of the relations between Russia and the European Union.