In the winter semester of the 2016/17 academic year, the second and third year students of the Department of International Relations and European Studies have the opportunity to attend a new compressed course by the guest professor Prof. Dr. Ekaterina Selezneva „Economics of Migration.“
Economics of Migration is the first ever compressed course to be held at the International Burch University. A compressed course is one that has the content of a full 14-week tought in a shorter period.
Ten students of the second and third year of the Department of International Relations and European Studies will attend this course over a two-week period. It will consist of 30 class hours, a seminar paper, and a final examination in December.
This course will be tought by Prof. Dr. Ekaterina Selezneva of the Center for East and Southeast European Studies. She is highly accomplished in the field of political science and has published many articles in her field.