HSE Open Day: How it Was
On June 16, the building on the embankment of the Griboyedov Canal hosted the Open Doors Day of the Master's Programme in Global and Regional History. Applicants and their parents not only learned about the features and benefits of studying at the programme, but also walked around one of the coziest buildings of the HSE Campus in Saint Petersburg.
Academic Supervisor Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov told what awaits students on the new social anthropology major, what courses will study emotions and gifts, why the programme is suitable not only for bachelors in history, but also for "newcomers", and in which universities of the world graduates continue their education.
As part of the poster session, applicants had the opportunity to personally communicate with sophomores of the Master's Programme, learn about their experiences and ask questions about the level of English required for comfortable studying at the programme, the organization of research activities of freshmen, the level of work with draft texts and the choice of a supervisor.
the 2nd year master student
The courses taught in the programme provide only an approximate guideline and offer a range of possible trajectories in historical and anthropological sciences. However, they do not limit students in their choice, since the most important thing is to find a supervisor, whose interests are not limited to the topics of the presented courses.