Graduates will be able to operate in an international context, in any field where intercultural skills are in demand. They will be qualified for employment in the international job market in both public and private sector, including working for:

  •  international organizations
  •  public administration
  •  education
  •  multinational companies
  •  trade
  •  tourism
  •  local, national governments
  •  international research projects
  •  other fields where intercultural sensitivity is a key requirement.

Gaining this Master’s Degree may also serve as a springboard into further studies of Intercultural Communication and obtaining a PhD degree (Candidate of Science in Linguistics) from the Institute of Linguistics of the Russian Academy of Science.

All Master programs:
Clinical Social Work and Social Rehabilitation
Healthcare Economics
Industrial Pharmacy. Pharmaceutical Medicine
MPH - Management of Health Systems
Medical Biotechnology
Noncommuicable Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
Psycholinguistics of Intercultural Communication
Speech Pathology