Study abroad programmes for HSE students: call for applications
Dear students and graduate students!
Academic mobility is an outstanding opportunity that opens doors to the best world universities, expands the horizons and provides bright prospects for the future. This opportunity is available to students of the HSE University St. Petersburg.
Academic mobility programs are one of the most important tasks in the development plan of our campus, and the number of participants of such programs increases every year. Namely, the number of participants in the exchange in the fall semester increased by 40% in a year. We are expanding the geography of our partnerships: our students can undertake an exchange semester in 62 universities, located in 24 countries. For some of these programs there is an opportunity to receive a scholarship.
We are happy to inform you that on September 10th we open a new call for applications to the International Mobility Programmes for Spring semester 2018-2019 academic year. The call will be open until the October 20th (see also the early deadlines).
Detailed information on the call procedure, exchange opportunities as well as a list of documents and an online application form are available on the StudyAbroad website.
Besides, the students of the campus may benefit from the participation at the university-wide call for applications, which is coordinated by HSE Moscow Student International Mobility Office. The call for application for exchange within HSE-wide agreements is open till September 23rd.
For the convenience of our students applications for both calls are accepted online. The application for participation in the HSE University St. Petersburg call can be submitted here, within HSE-wide agreements – in LMS Single window service.
Please, join our webinar (held in English language) on the topic of student exchange and academic mobility which will take place on September 19, 2018 at 17:00. Registration is required.
Personal consultations available at the Center for International Cooperation
Monday and Thursday from 11:00 to 13:00 and from 15:00 to 17:00
Contact person: Daria Zima