Gain Credits and Experience through Project Activities
Have you ever wanted to apply your academic knowledge in the real world? Or try your hand at a different area of study? Even if you just want to test your skills and knowledge, you can do all of these things at HSE University by engaging in project activities.
HSE University-St Petersburg Political Scientists to Hold Anniversary Model UN
On April 8–10, HSE University-St Petersburg will hold the fifth Model United Nations conference (MUN). The event will take place offline in English and both current and prospective students can participate. The application deadline is March 15. Read on to learn more and find out what to expect from the conference.
'Everyone Will Find Themselves Here': Varvara Nazarova on the Master's Programme 'Finance'
The Master's programme 'Finance' was opened at HSE University-St Petersburg in 2009. Since then, it has been awarded several international accreditations, entered into an agreement to implement a double-degree programme with an Italian university, and extended its cooperation with large companies. From their first year, the programme's students start solving real tasks from industry partners. In her interview, Varvara Nazarova, Academic Supervisor of the programme, explains what sets the programme apart from others, which innovations are planned for the future, and who should apply.
‘It Was a Great Chance to Explore the Emirates’
Robert Bösch, a student of the Master’s programme ‘International Business’, had a chance to participate in the Winter School at Ajman University, UAE. In his interview, he shares his impressions of the exciting trip to the UAE and the Winter School programme.
HSE Psychologists Examine Baby Duck Syndrome in Digital Interface Users
Posting 'Durov, bring back the wall!' is one of the symptoms
'The Most Important Thing in Such Trips Is That You Change Yourself'
Irina Shlegel, fourth-year student of the Bachelor's programme 'History', told us how she spent the autumn semester in Istanbul. Read about funny stories, studies, interesting places in the city and why it is important to leave your comfort zone in her interview.
'Mobility Programme is a Journey with Yourself'
Now, Olga Giske is a fourth-year student of the Bachelor's programme 'History', but last year, she spent two semesters at the University of Bergen in Norway. During this time, she completed two courses in History, studied Norwegian for a while, went on a trip around Europe with friends and visited seven countries. Find out why Olga decided to participate in the mobility programme, how her student life there went and which European city she liked most of all in the interview.
HSE University-St Petersburg Art and Design School and Hungarian Cultural Centre Open Joint Exhibition
On February 2, the building on Promyshlennaya Ulitsa hosted the opening of the exhibition 'From HÓDMEZŐVÁSÁRHELY to MOSONMAGYARÓVÁR: A Typographic Journey around Hungary'. The exhibition showcases lettering compositions devoted to ten Hungarian cities and created by students of the HSE University-St Petersburg Art and Design School. The opening ceremony was attended by the director of the Hungarian Cultural Centre and the science and technology attaché of the Embassy of Hungary in the Russian Federation.
'If You've Completed a Hard Route, It Doesn't Mean You Should Give Up Your Training'
On February 8, HSE University-St Petersburg celebrates the Day of Russian Science. We congratulate all researchers and wish them continued openness to new discoveries. To mark the occasion, we talked to scientists about the sources of their inspiration, moments of anxiety, and having fun.
'They Make a Choice Right on the Spot': Results of the Winter School
During the weekend, on February 4-5, HSE University-St Petersburg held the Winter School for which 3194 people had registered. Prospective Master's students had a chance to learn more about studies in the programmes, listened to interesting lectures from professors and business experts, and even ask Eugene Vodolazkin, a famous writer, their questions. Find out how these two days went in the article.