This is a 2-year funded all-English MA program of 120 ECTS credits, taught by an internationally recognized multidisciplinary faculty drawn from North America, Europe, Africa, and Asia.
Advised and actively supported by the partnership with the University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA)
An exciting opportunity to explore the cultures, languages, histories, communities, societies, and politics of Eurasia
Includes the five post-Soviet Central Asian states, Russia, Eastern Europe, Mongolia, Xinjiang, and neighboring regions of South Asia, China and the Middle East
An unrivalled concentration of scholars with Eurasian expertise, spanning the disciplines of Anthropology, Economics, History, Literature, Oriental Studies, Philosophy, Political Science, and Sociology
Advanced academic training for pursuing careers in research, government, international organizations, academia, or other fields
Study in Astana, at the heart of Eurasia, with unparalleled access to archives, fieldwork sites, government agencies, international organizations, and foreign diplomats
Housing on campus with modern facilities, labs, library and sports center and a monthly stipend (only for Kazakhstani citizens).
Awards “Master of Arts in Eurasian Studies” degree