HSE in St. Petersburg is often warmly referred to as a ‘big family’, so it’s nice that this family is particularly multinational. Students from 40 countries currently study at HSE St. Petersburg, and have the opportunity not only to gain new knowledge and valuable skills in intercultural communication, but also to make friends from all over the world.
'1917 - 2017: Revolution and Evolution in Economic Development' is the topic of the Congress that will be held on June 15-17, 2017.
The summer School “The Topography of Imperial Power: The Political and Cultural Space of Saint Petersburg” is opened
Today there took place an opening ceremony of the International Summer School “The Topography of Imperial Power: The Political and Cultural Space of Saint Petersburg”. It was organized by the Department of History, HSE in St. Petersburg.
On Saturday September 3, 2016, students, lecturers and staff members at HSE in Saint Petersburg celebrated the start of a new academic year at a world travel themed event. One of the halls was turned into a high-speed aircraft that inspired the participants to take off and reach new heights.
Starting from Monday, August 29, new exchange and full-time international students will arrive on campus within Common Arrival Days that will be followed by Orientation meetings at Kantemirovskaya ulitsa and end up at the magnificent Sibur Arena with the HSE Day 2016 on September 3.
Beginning with the 2016-2017 academic year, the undergraduate programme in Political Science at HSE St Petersburg is changing its focus by not only updating the content of the curriculum but also changing the name to Political Science and World Politics, which reflects these substantial changes, but also becoming a truly international in the sense of its teaching staff. Dr Ian Ferguson, a Scottish expert on international relations, will be joining the team of political scientists at HSE St. Petersburg.
Tenured HSE Professor Vladimir Matveenko, Associate Professor Alexey Korolev, and undergraduate economics student Anastasia Alfimova, presented the results of their research into network economics at six international conferences this summer.
David from Ghana and Samrat from India first met at HSE in St. Petersburg, where both are doing their Master studies in Applied and Interdisciplinary History. HSE student Julia Nikolaenko interviewed David and Samrat about their academic background and research, reasons for choosing HSE for master studies and of course about their life in Russia.
The exhibition ‘Kochubey Mansion, A House of Gentlefolk (Home of the Gentry) in Tsarskoe Selo’ has opened at the Tsarskoe Selo museum reserve. The exhibition is a joint project between the museum and HSE St. Petersburg, which has its Executive Management Training Center situated at the Kochubey Mansion. HSE's administration decided to open up its collection of rare artwork to everyone interested in Russian history.