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Illustration for news: Master's Programme 'Data Analytics for Politics and Society' Launches Double Degree Track

Master's Programme 'Data Analytics for Politics and Society' Launches Double Degree Track

In the previous interview with the programme's Academic Supervisor we mentioned a promising academic collaboration between HSE University – Saint Petersburg and the University of Milan. More about how the signed agreement on the double degree track will allow the programme's best students to study in Italy for at least a semester and obtain two diplomas issued by both universities tell Ksenia Tenisheva and Prof. Luigi Curini.

Illustration for news: Quick Recap of Double Degree Programmes at HSE – St. Petersburg

Quick Recap of Double Degree Programmes at HSE – St. Petersburg

Double degree tracks have been created as a result of a partnership between HSE – St. Petersburg and other programmes offered by well-known foreign universities. Participants are given the opportunity to study abroad for a year at a partner university. Upon successful defence of a thesis in front of a joint commission, students receive fully fledged diplomas from two universities.

Illustration for news: New Master’s Programme 'Data Analytics for Politics and Society' Celebrates a 'New Year'

New Master’s Programme 'Data Analytics for Politics and Society' Celebrates a 'New Year'

Ksenia Tenisheva, Academic Supervisor of the Programme, tells our editorial board about the programme's 'big start', its talented students and reveals ambitious plans for the future.

Illustration for news: ‘I Finally Got a Chance to Learn Python’

‘I Finally Got a Chance to Learn Python’

In 2021, HSE University – St. Petersburg for the first time launched an admission campaign for the following master's programmes: ‘Data Analytics for Politics and Society, ‘Computational Biology and Bioinformatics’, and ‘Language Technologies in Business and Education’. With nearly half of the academic year being over, we decided to ask the master’s students about what impressions they have of the programmes so far.