Bachelors degree with 2:1 honours degree (or international equivalent) in a relevant subject. Professional qualifications and experience may be taken into account. A working knowledge of Russian is welcome but not obligatory
Months of entry
The MSc focuses on the political and economic analysis of the extraction, production and export of energy in Eurasia. Students will gain in-depth knowledge of the interlocking challenges facing the energy sector – and political, economic and social actors more broadly – in Russia, Central Asia, the Caucasus and Europe, and an understanding of a range of disciplinary & theoretical approaches to policy and academic analysis.
- Rigorous analysis-driven, multi-disciplinary programme on the functioning and future of the Russian and Eurasian energy sectors, ideally suited to students seeking analytical roles in business or government, or considering further study at the PhD level.
- Quality research-based teaching in a breadth of fields, with unique opportunities to engage with policy practitioners throughout the taught programme.
- Unparalleled opportunity to study Russia and Eurasia in a world-spanning context, amidst King’s Global Institutes and drawing on King’s network of connections, including a wide range of academic links with Russian universities and academic organisations, as well as Russian and international businesses, government agencies, international organisations and others.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Russia Institute Administrator