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  1. Everything is so bad compared to what?) I didn't fully understand your question, so I will expand specifically on the learning process.

    I am studying at the Faculty of Philosophy at the TSU National Research University. Our faculty includes several areas: political science, sociology, social work and, of course, philosophy. I study philosophy, so I can only speak for her. I also studied and still study only at this university, and for this reason I do not undertake to compare our faculty and university with others.

    In general, we are given an Education, and not a specialty, which is a classic humanitarian one. A kind of basis for all humanitarian education. Inside the university, there are various movements for students and, obviously, our faculty also participates in them. But the training itself has, as for me, still a scientific vector, and it follows that our students are often sent to various scientific events (be it conferences, some speeches, etc.) as participants or listeners. However, it is worth noting that there are no restrictions here. Where the soul lies, there and participate. From social activities to working with foreigners. It is difficult to say anything about the load, again, because it is difficult for me to compare objectively, however, listening to my friends from NI TPU, I understand that we are loaded less.

    I really like the teaching staff. I personally, especially among our faculty teachers, did not notice the SSSR approaches, since the teaching staff is diluted with young scientists, because most of the bachelors remain further, to teach those who will come further %) �

    What to do after education, in addition to science?�Here�gave good answers on this topic.�

    It's up to you to decide if everything is “so bad” or not. Personally, I'm happy with that so far.�

    Good luck.

  2. Along with the basic academic disciplines (Ontology, Epistemology, History of Philosophy), in my opinion, there are not enough practice-oriented courses. The problem of philosophy as a profession in our time is that graduates often have no place to apply their knowledge of philosophy. Also, most philosophy departments are dominated by Soviet teaching cadres, who often understand philosophy very narrowly, narrowly and one-sidedly, which is unacceptable for a teacher of philosophical disciplines.

  3. I can say only in general terms, only about universities in Moscow State University and not from personal experience.
    MSU is bad enough in terms of knowledge and employment. Students are not loaded there.�
    Problems with knowledge in the conditions of the still Soviet approach to the study of philosophy.
    RSUH is a struggling university in its own right, and I'm not sure that all is well with philosophy there.�
    HSE – people prefer this option more or less.According to
    NSU reviews, knowledge is rather mediocre in the general sense.
    I apologize to all those who study at these educational institutions, I'm just saying what I've heard from people. I don't have any personal experience.

  4. How is it? ) and on which one exactly? It all depends on the institute, direction, course, group, etc. my parents graduated from the Moscow State University of Philosophy and were very satisfied)

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