Level of education: Bachelor programmes

Type of instruction: Full-time

Duration: 4 years

Language of instruction: English and Russian

Main academic courses

  • History of World Literature
  • History of Central Asia
  • Political History of Mongolia in the 20th Century
  • Literature of Mongolia and Tibet
  • Social, Political, and Economic System of Mongolia
  • Introduction to General Linguistics
  • Historical Grammar of Tibetan and Theoretical Aspects of Tibetan Grammar
  • Mongolian
  • Ancient and Medieval Literature of Mongolia and Tibet
  • Historical Grammar of Mongolian and Theoretical Aspects of Mongolian Grammar
  • Ethnography and Culture of Mongolia
  • Buddhist Art of Central Asia: 2nd–20th Centuries
  • Introduction to Literary Studies
  • Introduction to Mongolian and Tibetan Philology
  • Sanskrit (Buddhist Texts)
  • General Linguistics
  • Introduction to Oirat Philology
  • Chinese
  • Fundamentals of Folklore Studies
  • Literary Theory
  • Geography of Central Asia
  • Lamaism in Beijing
  • Tibetan
  • Theory and Practice of Tibetan Buddhism
  • Mongolian Studies: Textual Criticism
  • Theoretical Issues of Russian Grammar

Our advantages

  • Experienced academic staff which includes native speakers of the languages studied
  • Development of language skills stimulated by the bilingual learning environment (course instruction languages are Russian and English)
  • Opportunity to take a semester abroad at one of the partner universities of St Petersburg University
  • Curricular practical training at one of St Petersburg’s leading academic institutions, such as the Museum of History of Religion and the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts
  • Interaction with potential employers at regular career fairs, seminars and workshops with company representatives.

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