International activity

The faculty closely cooperates with local and international universities and research organizations. With foreign university professors, Faculty of Journalism has a joint international programs. The program of training undergraduates, graduates and doctors PhD introduced research on media and journalism, using the classical and modern sources of journalism investigations.

The list of International partners of the Faculty Journalism bellow:

• Columbia University (New York, USA)
• Washington State University (Washington, DC)
• Ohio State University (Athens, USA)
• University of Wyoming (Laramie, USA)
• Michigan State University (East Lansing, USA)
Oklahoma State University (Stillwater, USA)
• University of Arizona (Phoenix, USA)
• University of Tennessee Middleton (Mercury, USA)
• University Teesside (UK)
• University of Lancaster (UK)
• University of Applied Sciences Janos Kodolani (Hungary)
• Mickiewicz University (Poznan, Poland)
• University of Warsaw (Poland)
• Nicolaus Copernicus University (Torun, Poland)
• University of Strasbourg (Strasbourg, France)
• Greative Agency Berlin Solar Center (Berlin, Germany)
• University of Sofia (Sofia, Bulgaria)
• BabisBolyai University (BabisBolyai, Romania)
• University of Istanbul (Istanbul, Turkey)
• Ankara University (Ankara, Turkey)
• Gazi University (Ankara, Turkey)
• University of Saitama (Japan)
• Russian State University of Tourism and Services (Moscow, Russia)
• Russian Academy of Sciences (Novosibirsk, Russia)
• Ural Federal University named after B.Yeltsin (Russia)
• Moscow State University. M. V. Lomonosova (Moscow, Russia)
• Novosibirsk State University (Novosibirsk, Russia)
• Penza State University (Penza, Russia)
• Northeastern Federal University. M.K. Ammosova (Yakutsk, Russia)
• Altai State University (Russia)
• MGUP (Russia)
• Kiev State University. T. Shevchenko (Ukraine).

Faculty has an agreement on double-degreeMasterprogram with the University of Wyoming (Laramie, USA) and MGUP (Russia).