How to Fall in Love with Political Science in Four Years’ Time and Enrol in an MA Programme in Germany
The Political Science Department's Free Editorial Office ('Volnaja Redaksiya') caught up with graduate Nikol Fuks to talk about enrolling in an educational programme abroad, lecturers, how to overcome yourself, and choose a thesis topic.
The Summer School of the Francophone Organisation on European Studies and Education in Social Sciences (OFFRES - Organisation francophone pour la formation et la recherche européennes en sciences humaines) was held at the beginning of July 2019 in St. Petersburg with the support of HSE University. The school brought together 60 researchers from almost 20 countries. Over the course of a week, school participants organised lectures and seminars around the theme, 'Empires: Centre and Periphery' in 5 areas: cinema, literature, philosophy, history, and political science.
Sofia Gubaidulina, a graduate of Bachelor's programme in Political Science and World Politics, was born and grew up in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. She heard about HSE University - St Petersburg from her friends, and when she was deciding which programmes to apply for, she knew for sure that she wanted to study in the political science programme. Sofia considers HSE University - St Petersburg to be a place 'where everyone can find something for themselves'.
The admission campaign is in full swing—and HSE News Service decided to talk to Anna Dekalchuk, the academic supervisor of the bachelor’s programme ‘Political Science and World Politics’, to find out what awaits prospective first-year students.
The third meeting of the year 2013 of Students’ scientific society of the Department of applied political science was held on the 13th of November.
The guest of the day was Mr. Dmitry Sukhov, the Head and founder of the NGO "Munitsipalnaya Pila" (Municipal saw), who is also the Head of the St. Petersburg office of the "Fund for struggle against corruption".