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Understanding China requires knowing the Chinese language, reading scientific articles, and getting acquainted with the works of Chinese authors. We spoke to HSE University sinologists about which books by Chinese authors they found most interesting.
The Master's in Global and Regional History has students from Russia and all over the world. Some of them already have experience with historical methods, while others are encountering this academic field for the first time. We asked the students to share their personal experiences and tell us what they remembered the most about their first year at HSE University, what is unique and interesting about the programme, and whether it is difficult to study in English.
Next weekend, February 19 and 20, HSE – St. Petersburg will host an annual event for those who plan to enrol in the campus master's programmes – the Winter School. Participants will be able to get acquainted with educational opportunities and attend open lectures by famous speakers – Pavel Barakaev, Sergey Mardanov, Vladimir Knyaginin, and others. In this article, we will tell you what has been included in the Winter School 2022.
It is no secret that when preparing for admission to a master's degree programme graduates should take advantage of every possible opportunity to stand out among others. One way to do so is by taking part in the Winter School, which is organised every year by HSE – St. Petersburg. The event does not only help graduates to decide on the direction of future postgraduate study, but also adds extra points to their portfolios. In this article, the Winter School last year's participants told our editorial board how participation in the event helped them enter master’s degree programmes.
Prof. Michael Nort, Graysfald University, did a series of lectures and seminars for master's students in "Applied and Interdisciplinary History"
The first and second year students of the international master’s programme “Applied and Interdisciplinary History “Usable Pasts” met with Michael North, a German historian, Professor and Chair of Modern History department at Graysfald University.
In September 2018 the 2nd year students of the international master program in Applied and Interdisciplinary History “Usable Pasts” met with students of the University of Jyväskylä (Finland) within an intensive course financed by the Finnish-Russian Student and Teacher Exchange Programme (FIRST).