HSE University – St Petersburg Appoints Student Ambassadors
In November, HSE University – St Petersburg announced the Student Ambassadors Programme. Recently, the very first cohort of Ambassadors has been chosen.
The Student Ambassadors Programme is a student development project run by the International Office.
Ambassadors are chosen from among current students in order to link the university with the communities living in students' home countries. The main goal of the Ambassadors Programme is to give young people an idea as to what it is like to be a student at HSE University – St Petersburg.
After the recent selection, the following students have received this title:
- Alisher Kuchiev, Uzbekistan, Bachelor’s programme ‘Public Policy and Analytics’;
- Alexander Kalchenko, Uzbekistan, Bachelor’s programme ‘Economics’;
- Mery Tarverdyan, Armenia, Bachelor’s programme ‘Economics’;
- Satine Harutyunyan, Armenia, Bachelor’s programme ‘Economics’;
- Yadhav Deerpaul, Mauritius, Master’s programme ‘Applied and Interdisciplinary History ‘Usable Pasts’;
- Yulia Voziyan, Moldova, Bachelor’s programme ‘Asian and African Studies’.
The next call for Ambassadors will be open at the end of spring semester.