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The CGES was declared as one of the winners of the competition "Russia and Germany: scientific and educational bridges"

September 15, 2020

Berlin-Moscow

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We are happy to share some great news: The Centre for German and European Studies (St Petersburg University - Bielefeld University) was declared as one of the winners in the nomination “Inter-university cooperation” of the open Russian-German competition "Russia and Germany: scientific and educational bridges" aimed at popularizing, strengthening and promoting development of existing partnerships between representatives of the scientific and educational communities of Russia and Germany as well as building new ones. 

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A research trip of Irina Zamishchak to Belarus and Lithuania

February 2020

Belarus and Lithuania

In February 2020, a student of Higher School of Economics Irina Zamishchak conducted a research trip supported by the Centre for German and European Studies. The aim of the trip was to collect empirical data for her Master project “Transformation of the ‘University-in-Exile’: Professional Trajectories of the Scholars from the European Humanities University (EHU)”.

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The Seventh Russian-European research papers competition: Deadline approaching

Research papers by students in social sciences and humanities are being collected for the Seventh Russian-European research papers competition until October 12, 2020.

Winners will receive financial support to take a research trip to Europe (for Russian students) or to Russia (for European students) in early 2021 to collect empirical data and to develop the research. Elaborated papers presenting the results of the empirical studies will be published in the CGES Working Papers series (ISSN 1860-5680).

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CGES Annual Report 2019

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The mission of the Centre for German and European Studies consists in bridging Russian, German, and European scholars in order to disseminate the highest standards and the best practices of academic work, to promote high-quality education, and to facilitate comparative interdisciplinary research.

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