The “Political Science and Regional Studies” field of study is represented by the Ph.D. program Political institutions, processes, and technologies.
The scope of the research fields includes the socio-political, socio-cultural, and economic spheres; the structures of political power and administration; political parties and social movements; domestic and international institutions; the system of modern international relations; political culture; the interaction between authorities, business, and society; and higher education institutions.
The program provides research scholars with a wide array of scientific tools to study and apply in their research on political, economic, social, demographic, and linguistic processes at the local, regional, national, and international levels; international relations and external policy; political expertise and counseling; the issues of historic development; processes in the fields of culture, ethnicity, language, and religion.
Field of Study
Political Science and Area Studies
Language of Study
Period of Study4 years
International relations and external affairs
Asian and African studies
Public politics and social studies