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Russian-Italian University
Cooperation
Prof. Dr. Vera Zabotkina,
vice-rector,
Russian State University for the
Humanities
Structure of the world educational market
according to the number of foreign students
1% 2% 1%
1%
Italy – 2%
2%
2%
2%
22%
Austria
Австрия
Belgium
Бельгия
3%
Switzerland
Швейцария
New Zealand
Новая Зеландия
3%
США
USA
Канада
Canada
2%
РФ
Russia
Japan
12%
Германия
5%
Spain
Испания
Finland
ЮАР
Canada
Канада
Russian
РФ
Federation
Japan
Япония
Австралия
Australia
Франция
France
Italy
Италия
New Зеландия
Zealand
Новая
Япония
Великобритания
Great Britain
Sweden
Швеция
Australia
Австралия
6%
France
Франция
Germany
Германия
Great Britain
Великобритания
Germany
USA
США
9%
10%
T. Klyachko
“Competitiveness of Russian Higher education”
Countries share in the world education market
(on the amount of foreign students), 2008 г., %*
USA, 2007 – 19,7 %
Other partner countries, 16,6
USA, 18,7
United Kingdom, 2007 – 11,6 %
Other OECD countries, 7,3
Sw eden, 1
United Kingdom, 10
Korea, 1,2
3,3 млн.
Netherlands, 1,2
Germany, 2007 – 8,6 %
Belgium, 1,3
Sw itzerland, 1,4
China, 1,5
Germany, 7,3
Austria, 1,6
New Zealand, 1,8
South Africa, 1,9
Spain, 1,9
France, 7,3
Italy, 2
Italy, 2007 – 2 %
Japan, 3,8
Russia, 4,3
Russia, 2007 – 2 %
* Источник: Education at a Glance, 2010, OECD
Canada, 5,5
Australia, 6,9
Canada, 2007 – 4,4 %
The percentage of students from Western
Europe studying in Russia (2009-2010)
Other European countries
Switzerland
Austria
Belgium
France
Cyprus
Great Britain
Netherlands
Greece
Cyprus
Italy
12,4%
Germany
Spain
The share of foreign students in the total number
of students in tertiary education, 2008**
1,3
Korea
1,4
Russia
Up to 5% in 2020 г.
2,1
Spain
2,9
3
Japan
ItalyItaly
3,4
USA
5,6
Sweden
6,5
Canada
8,6
Belgium
10,9
Germany
11,2
France
12,9
New Zealand
14,7
United Kingdom
15,5
Austria
20,6
Australia
0
5
** Источник: Education at a Glance, 2010, OECD
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15
20
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Cooperation between Russian and
Italian Universities
• 360 agreements of cooperation between 80
Italian and 80 Russia Universities
• 37 agreements (in the field of mathematics and
IT)
• Since 1997 - special agreement between
Russian Academy of Sciences and Consiglio
Nazionale delle Ricerche
• 10 agreements on double degrees:
– Università di Milano “Bicocca”, Milano “Bocconi”,
Bologna (2), Calabria (4), Politecnico di Milano (2)
Italian Language in Russia
• Italian is taught in 30 Universities (Moscow, St.Petersburg, Astrakhan, Cheboksary, Ekaterinburg etc.)
• Departments of Italian:
– Lomonosov Moscow State University
– St.-Petersburg
– Russian State University for the Humanities (RGGU,
Moscow)
• 2000 students in 2010 studied Italian language and
culture in Russia
• 2009/2010 - 1029 Russian citizens were enrolled in
Italian Universities: 1,8% from 57246 foreign students in
Italy (175 males and 854 females)
Network of Russian leading
Universities
Lomonosov Moscow State University and
Saint-Petersburg State University
Association of Russian
Leading Universities
Federal Universities – 8
(established in 2010)
National Research Universities - 29
Saint-Petersburg (4)
Kaliningrad
Yakutsk
Arkhangelsk
Moscow (11)
N.Novgorog
Belgorod
Rostov
Saransk
Kazan
Ekaterinburg
Krasnoyarsk
Perm (2)
Saratov
Tomsk (2)
Samara
Kazan (2)
- MSU, StPSU
Vladivostok
Chelyabinsk
Novosibirsk
- Federal Universities
Irkutsk
- National Research Universities
Number of participants
The staff of National Research Universities
participating in studies abroad, by country of
destination
President’s scholarships for studies abroad,
2010
• Total amount –
100 scholarships per year
20 universities are in 200 Top of Times rating
Tempus projects (21)
№
Name
144950
2008
Entrepreneurial University as
a model for proper
Managerial interrelation
among education, science
and innovation
development
511135
2010
TUNING RUSSIA
144742
2008
EDUCATIONAL CENTERS'
NETWORK ON MODERN
TECHNOLOGIES OF LOCAL
GOVERNING
Organization
FONDAZIONE
POLITECNICO DI MILANO
POLIMI
• Università degli Studi di
Padova
• University of Trento
Tempus TUNING RUSSIA: 2010–
2013-511135-TEMPUS-2010-ESJPCR (2010-3356/001-001)
• Coordinator: University of Deusto
• Objectives:
1. Promotion and dissemination of Tuning methodology among
Russian academic community (in particular in 9 subject areas –
Economics and Management, Law, Ecology, Education,
Engineering, Information and Telecommunication Technologies,
Languages, Tourism and Social Work).
2. Elaboration of generic and specific competences in the 9 areas.
3. Implementation and development of Tuning methodology in some
Russian universities through Tuning Centres.
• Duration of the project is three years, from October 2010 to October
2013.
• RSUH participates in the subject areas “Tourism” and “Languages”
• Università degli Studi di Padova, Italy
Erasmus Mundus, Action 2
Triple I
Triple I European partner
universities
Triple I Russian partner
universities
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•
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• Higher School of Economics
• Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal
University
• Irkutsk State University
• Kazan (Volga Region) Federal
University
• Novgorod State University
• Petrozavodsk State University
• Russian State University for the
Humanities
• St. Petersburg State University
• Udmurt State University
• Ural State University
Humboldt University Berlin
KU Leuven
University of Latvia
Pultusk Academy of Humanities
Masaryk University
University of Algarve
University of Bologna
University of Deusto
Univirsity of Göttingen
University of Turku
Middle East Technical University
Doctoral students’ mobility
at RSUH within Triple I
University of Bologna
• Simona Nicoli, doctorate student at the Department of
Foreign Languages and Literatures, 10 months
research period at RSUH
• Academic supervisor at the University of Bologna Mette Rudvin, professor at the Department of Foreign
Languages and Literatures
• Topic of PhD thesis “Translation of contemporary
Russian children's literature”
Doctoral students’ mobility
at RSUH within Triple I
University of Bologna
• Moroni Elisa, doctorate student (Translation Studies and
Russian), 9 months research period at RSUH
• Topic of PhD thesis “Translation of old Russian oral epic
poetry”
• Giacomo Augugliaro, doctorate student at the Faculty of
Law, 12 months research period at RSUH
• Topic of PhD thesis “The Ten-T, the PPP Green Paper
and the “Concession Law” of Russian Federation. Forms
of cooperation between EU and Russian companies in
the field of rail and road freight”
Erasmus Mundus Joint MA and
Doctorate Programmes
• Joint Erasmus Mundus MA programme in political sciences
“Europeanisation” (EMME). Consortium members :
–
–
–
–
University of Konstanz (Germany)
University of Sienna (Italy)
University of Essex (Great Britain)
Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona, Spain)
• Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate in European Geopolitics.
Consortium members:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Coordinator: Geopolitics Institute (Paris-8)
University of Neapol (Italy)
Babes-Bolyai University (Romania)
Tarragona University (Spain)
National University (Taiwan)
Södertörn University (Switzerland)
University of Grenoble (France)
Mexican National University (Mexico)
Thank you!
Vera Zabotkina
Prof. Dr.
Vice-rector for innovative international projects
Director of Centre for Cognitive Programs and
Technologies
Russian State University for the Humanities
zabotkina@rggu.ru
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