Courses in English

RSUH offers a number of English-taught courses for the exchange students. For the list of courses see the information below. You can apply for the courses through a special online application form that you will find at the end of the list.

Download the abstracts of core courses.

Download the abstracts of elective courses.


The information about the time and the room where the core courses take place can be found in a timetable section of the website: (search by the professor’s surname in Cyrillic).

Download the manual on how to work with RSUH timetable

To apply for the courses of your choice, please, fill in the following online form:

Online application form for courses in English.

Should you have any questions, please, address all your inquiries to the following email:


List of core courses in English

Faculty of Advertising and Public Relations

Communication Strategy Development (autumn semester)

Foreign languages in professional communication (autumn semester)

International Marketing (spring semester)

Faculty of International Relations and Foreign Regional Studies

Russia’s Foreign Policy (autumn semester)

Contemporary approaches to international relations (autumn semesters)

Public Speaking (autumn, spring semester)

Presidential Rhetoric (spring semester)

Social Anthropology Center

Translation of Anthropological Texts from English into Russian: Theoretical Aspects (autumn, spring semesters)

Department of Intellectual Systems in the Humanities

ShanghAI Lectures (autumn semester)

Programming with D Language (autumn, spring semesters)

Institute of Philology and History

Lingua Cultural Studies (Great Britain) (autumn, spring semesters)

Lingua Cultural Studies (USA) (autumn, spring semesters)

A History of English (spring semester)

Media Language (autumn semester)

English Stylistics (autumn, spring semester)

Theoretical Course of English (autumn, spring semesters)

History of literature of the Great Britain (autumn, spring semesters)

Theoretical grammar of English (autumn, spring semesters)

Theoretical lexicology of English (autumn, spring semesters)

Theoretical phonetics of English (spring semester)

History of literature of the USA (autumn, spring semesters)

Advanced course in text analysis and interpretation (spring semester)

Mass-Media Institute

English for the Media (autumn semester)

Faculty of History, Political Science and Law

Advanced Studies in Public Relations (autumn, spring semesters)

Advanced Studies in Political Science (autumn, spring semesters)

Advanced Studies in Tourism (autumn, spring semesters)       

Analysis of Political Literature in English (autumn, spring semesters)

Modern technologies and the structure of the international media industry (spring semester)

Advanced Studies in Historical science (autumn semester)

System of cultural communications in modern media space (spring semester)

Geographies of communication (autumn semester)

Faculty of Culture Studies

Audio-visual practices in the XX-XXI centuries (autumn semester)

Russian visual culture from the Middle Ages to the present days (autumn semester)

Methods of socio-cultural research (spring semester)

History and methodology of socio-humanitarian knowledge (spring semester)

Institute of Linguistics

Texts of English folk tradition (autumn semester)

International Russian-Turkish Center

Introduction to Oldturkic Runic Studies

Elective courses

Prof. Kovalevskaya

Lesser-known Dostoevsky (elective)
Dostoevsky’s Major Works (elective)
Russian poetry of the Silver Age (elective)

Transhumanism in European Culture(s) (elective)


Prof. Agadjanian

Religion in a Secular Age (elective)

Religion, Nation and Ethnicity (elective)

Prof. Ivanova

Contemporary Demographic Trends in Russia (elective)


Prof. Velikaya

Party System and Political Parties in Modern Russia (elective)

Prof. Vdovichenko

Political Sociology as the Basis of Political Consulting (elective)

Prof. Chistyakova

Management (elective)


Prof. Yarnykh

Modern global media communication (elective)

Prof. Tarasenko

Consumer Behavoir (elective)


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