The European University at St. Petersburg was founded in 1994. For 25 years of its work, the University has received wide recognition both in Russia and in the international scientific community. EUSP’s educational programs are in demand among graduates of Russian and foreign universities. The university is known for its work on law enforcement, the Arctic social studies, higher education, the history of the siege of Leningrad, as well as research on the economics and sociology of culture, carried out jointly with the State Hermitage Museum.
Sustainable energy policy and advocacy for energy efficiency, together with best practices of sustainable finance, are key research areas at the ENERPO Research Center of the European University
Energy policy, the integration of sustainable development factors for the energy and mining sectors, as well as the study of the practice of introducing green financial instruments are in the research focus of the ENERPO Research Center of the European University.