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Global and Regional History
Master’s Programme

Global and Regional History

2 years
Full-time Programme
150 000 –
300 000 RUB/year
Tuition Fee in 2020
Russian government and HSE scholarships and tuition fee waivers available
RUSENG
Instruction in Russian and English

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All HSE students and graduate students will have the week from March 28 to April 5, 2020, off. HSE Rector Yaroslav Kuzminov has signed the relevant order.
March 27
The new graduate programme ‘Global and Regional History’ to be open in the new academic year replacing the preceding programme ‘Applied and Interdisciplinary History’. HSE University - Saint Petersburg editorial office interviewed Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov, the Programme Head and an anthropologist, about a global approach to studying history and international cooperation which the programme has built.
March 18
HSE University has made the 2020 QS World University Rankings by Subject in 23 broad and specific subject areas, which is four more than last year. HSE now ranks in 19 of the 38 subject rankings in which Russian universities are represented, as well as in four out of five broad subject areas. HSE has entered the list of the world’s top 100 universities in five subjects, including History and Social Policy & Administration, where it has ranked for the first time.
March 04
On January 30, Yaroslav Kuzminov held meetings with students and teachers of HSE University’s St. Petersburg campus. Below is a summary of the main points that the rector discussed.
February 03
According to a national survey conducted by VCIOM, HSE University ranks fifth in the ‘People’s Ranking of Russian Universities’. A total of 1,600 Russians aged over 18 participated in the survey, which was carried out through phone interviews, relying on a random sample of landline and mobile numbers.
January 23
On December 16th and 17th, the Laboratory for Environmental and Technological History and the History Department hosted the symposium titled "​Cold War Matters: (In)Visible Economies of Things." The goal of the symposium was to look at the Cold War from a different angle, one that differed from politics and military. Instead the focus of the symposium was to look at the Cold War through consumer culture, art, science, industry, and the exchange of these things across the permeable Iron Curtain.
December 29, 2019
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