'I Paid Much Less for My Education than I Received': Mark Shumilov on Paid Education at HSE University-St Petersburg
Mark Shumilov, graduate of the programme 'International Business and Management Studies' at HSE University-St Petersburg, shares his experience of making education effective: why he studied on a fee-paying place for four years, what opportunities he used, and what he has gained.
'I Feel the Urge to Continue My Studies'
In 2022 Kseniia Nicheuhina graduated from the Master's programme ‘International Business’. While studying, she and her course mates often managed the projects for major companies. Currently, the graduate works for HSE Centre for International Education and uses all the knowledge gained. We have talked to Kseniia about the admission to the university, Asian and African studies background and studying on the programme.
SEM Master's Programs Open Doors Day
Do you want to know what master's education gives, how to enter the SEM master's programme and plan the next 2 years?
Come to the Open Doors Day of Master's Programs of the School of Economics and Management which will be held offline on June 23 at 18:30 at Kantemirovskaya st.3a!
There you can:
- learn about our master's programmes and prospects for master's education;
- meet and communicate with academic supervisors and professors;
- ask your questions to students and graduates of the master's programme.
Yandex 360 Digital Services Available to all HSE University Students
The HSE IT Office is implementing Russian equivalents of digital services
Studies and Mobility at HSE University in View of the Current International Situation: Answers to the Most Pressing Questions
Due to the situation in Ukraine, students and staff have a lot of questions regarding studies and academic mobility. Here are answers to the most frequent questions. This list will continue to be updated.
Situation Centre Created at HSE University
On February 25, at the initiative of the Student Council, a Situation Centre was created at HSE University. HSE University – St. Petersburg administration and the Student Council will take part in the joint organisation of the work of the Situation Centre. Psychologists, lawyers, employees of educational offices and other HSE departments will be involved in the work at the Centre.