The monograph was prepared following the results of the Master 5.0 project implemented by the National Training Foundation in 2018-2020. commissioned by the Vladimir Potanin Charitable Foundation, and is based on materials and case studies reflecting the development practices of the institute of magistracy in Russian universities.
The monograph contains information on international joint master's programs, and also poses an important question as to whether the international vector of development of the Russian magistracy will become stronger and more in demand.
RSUH became one of four Russian universities full members of the consortium within the framework of the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees program. The list of full members of the Consortium also includes the Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod, Southern Federal University and Ivanovo State Power Engineering University.
After the press conference, an expert discussion took place.
We congratulate the faculty of RSUH on the fact that our merits were recognized in the framework of such a prestigious international event.
On December 8, the presentation of the monograph “Master programs in the face of external challenges and internal contradictions. 8 questions about their development”. On behalf of the RSUH, the event was attended by Dr. Vera Zabotkina, Acting Vice-Rector for International Cooperation.