Multipurpose study of the Baltic region

The course is devoted to a comprehensive study of the Baltic region - its geographical, geopolitical, economic features, as well as cross-border cooperation. Subject of study: patterns of formation, development and spatial organization of the Baltic region.
4-6 hours / week

About this course

The course is devoted to a comprehensive study of the Baltic region - its geographical, geopolitical, economic features, as well as cross-border cooperation. Subject of study: patterns of formation, development and spatial organization of the Baltic region.

The purpose of the course:

In-depth learning of the laws and problems of the formation, development, and spatial organization of international transnational and cross-border regions, especially with the participation of the Russian Federation and its subjects.


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Labor intensity of this course: 72 hours (2 credits, 6 weeks).
Weekly workload: 4-6 hours

The results of mastering the discipline
Competences generated by a graduate student as a result of mastering the discipline:
- willingness to participate in the work of Russian and international research teams to solve scientific and scientific-educational problems;
- readiness to use modern methods and technologies of scientific communication in the state and foreign languages;
- the ability to independently carry out research activities in the relevant professional field using modern research methods and information and communication technologies;
- the ability to take into account the interests of the Russian Federation and its regions in carrying out an integrated and sectoral socio-geographical study of international regions and the development of recommendations for their further development and spatial organization.

The list of knowledge of a graduate student as a result of mastering the discipline:
- Knowledge of the principles of organizing the work of Russian and international research teams to solve scientific and educational problems;
- Knowledge of modern methods and technologies of scientific communication in the state and foreign languages;
- Knowledge of research methodology using information and communication technologies;
- Knowledge and readiness to defend the interests of the Russian Federation and its regions in carrying out a socio-geographical study of international regions and developing recommendations for their further development and spatial organization.

The list of abilities of a graduate student as a result of mastering the discipline:
- Ability to participate in the work of Russian and international research teams;
- Ability to use modern methods and technologies of scientific communication in the state and foreign languages;
- Ability to organize and execute a research project in the field of economic, social, political and recreational geography;
- The ability to take into account the interests of the Russian Federation and its regions when performing a socio-geographical study of international transnational and cross-border regions and developing recommendations for their further development.

The list of skills of a graduate student as a result of mastering the discipline:
- skills of participation in the work of Russian and international research teams
modern methods and technologies of scientific communication in the state and foreign languages;
- methods of implementation of socio-geographical research activities using modern research methods and information and communication technologies;
- Knowledge and methods of taking into account the interests of the Russian - Federation and its regions in the study of international regions, ways of developing recommendations for the further development and spatial organization of international macro-, meso and micro-regions.



Who is this course for

Master and PhD-students studying geography, economy, social and political science

English skills level B-2

Basic knowledge of geography, economy, social and political science

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