The School of Marxism of BFSU has a history of nearly 30 years. It first started as the Department of Social Sciences, was renamed as the School of Philosophy and Social Sciences in September 2007 and got its current name in June 2014.
The School consists of 5 faculty offices, 4 research centers, 1 reference room and 1 administrative office. We offers compulsory courses in political studies as well as general education elective courses for all undergraduate students and master’s and PhD candidates of BFSU. We also do research in Marxism-related studies. In addition, we offer master’s programs in cultural diplomacy studies as well as in scientific socialism and international communist movement. The School currently has a total staff of 16, including 2 professors, 6 associate professors, 6 lecturers and 1 administrative assistant.