Erasmus Mundus Triple I Programme

Triple I - Integration, Interaction and Institutions

The Triple I is a consortium of ten European and ten Russian universities. The Consortium is coordinated by the University of Turku. Triple I mobility scheme awards grants to students and staff of Russian and European Partner Universities, but also to Russian nationals not linked with the Partner Universities. Triple I is funded within the Action 2 - Strand 1 - Erasmus Mundus Partnerships (former External Cooperation Window). Erasmus Mundus Action 2 is a co-operation and mobility scheme launched by Europe Aid Cooperation Office and implemented by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency.



3rd Call for Applications

Triple I launches the 3rd call for Applications on October 24th for studies and academic visits in partner universities starting in autumn semester 2014. Scholarships are available for Europeans and Russian nationals at all mobility levels from 1 to 10 months.

Degree seeking students:  Prior applying applicants interested in full degree studies in Europe should contact the host universities to get more information on their internal selection procedures. In most partner universities, the Triple I grantee will not get enrolled in a degree program unless s/he has applied study right from the university.

Make sure you familiarize yourself with the Triple I project before applying. Please read general information about the project in

After getting acquainted with Triple I in general, please refer to these pages to learn how to submit an application.

General information for European applicants and grantees

Faculties participating in Triple I

At our web-site, you can find the full hypertext-list of Institutes and Divisions of the RSUH.

Here are the English courses at the RSUH:

Limitations to mobilities:

-  In academic levels

A)  Master programs are at the following faculties and institutes:

Institute for History and Archives

  • Division for Archival Studies: "Documentation Studies and Archival Studies", "History (Post-Soviet History of Russia)"
  • Division for International Relations: "International Relations"
  • Division for History, Political Science and Law: "History", "Political Science"
  • Division for Documentation Studies: "Documentation Studies and Archival Studies"


Institute for Economics, Management and Law

  • Division for Economics: "Economics"
  • Division for Management: "Management", "International Relations", "Tourism"
  • Law Division: "Science of Law"


Institute for Linguistics

  • "Philology (Russian language)"


Division for Philosophy

  • "Philosophy"


Division for History of Art

  • "Culturology"


Institute for History and Philology

  • "Philology (Slavonic Studies)"
  • "Philology (Foreign Languages)"
  • "Philology (Latest Russian Literature, Creative Writing)"


B) There are Bachelor programs at the following faculties and institutes:

Institute for History and Archives

  • "History"


Institute for Economics, Management and Law

  • "Economics", "Management"


Institute for Linguistics

  • "Linguistics (Foreign Languages)"


Division for History of Art

  • "Culturology"


"Russian Anthropology School" Institute

  • "Culturology"


"Higher School of European Cultures" International Educational Center

  • "Culturology"


L.S.Vygotsky Institute for Psychology

  • "Psychology"


Division for Philosophy

  • "Philosophy"


C) If you, being a bachelor or master student, would like to study at one of the Institutes and Divisions not present in the above list A (master programs) or B (bachelor programs), you may still apply to the department/institute you prefer.

D) For doctorate students (PhD candidates): see also Fields of study (Graduate school).

- In duration:

Limitations to mobilities concerning duration are to be defined more precisely in every particular case.

Calendar for academic year

Fall semester - from September 1st to December 25th

Spring semester - from February 10th to June 30th

More details can be found here: Academic Calendar and Official Holidays.

Additional requirements

All applicants must have oral and written Russian language skills sufficient for successful completion of their program at RSUH.

Information on accommodation and average living costs

The University would offer you a place at the dormitory. The student shares a room with another foreign student. Please see details about accommodation here.

Today (October 2013), for our Erasmus Mundus students, this costs 350 RUB per day.

Contact information

If you have any questions, please contact Prof. Vera Zabotkina,
Vice-Rector for Innovative International Projects,
Triple I Coordinator


Svetlana Okuneva,
Student Exchange Coordinator


Russian State University for the Humanities (RSUH)
125993 Moscow Russia
Miusskaya sq. 6/6 (RSUH main building), room 203

tel:  +7 499 250 6511

fax: +7 499 251 08 98


Information concerning study and research programs offered by European partner universities, as well as detailed information about the application procedure, and online application form you can find on the official website of the Triple I Coordinator

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