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Illustration for news: Workshops, Dances and Quests: HSE SPb Day at 'Sevkabel Port'

Workshops, Dances and Quests: HSE SPb Day at 'Sevkabel Port'

HSE University-St Petersburg invites its students and other guests to HSE SPb Day—the brightest holiday of this autumn. Participants will have a chance to meet student organisations of HSE University-St Petersburg, attend a theatre workshop, play a live chess game, listen to the lectures about the youth and enjoy the tracks by DJ Feel, which put everyone in a good mood.

Illustration for news: Anna Tyshetskaya: 'Choose Your Own Colours for HSE University-St Petersburg!'

Anna Tyshetskaya: 'Choose Your Own Colours for HSE University-St Petersburg!'

HSE University, along with the entire country, celebrates Knowledge Day and starts a new academic year. Anna Tyshetskaya, Director of HSE University-St Petersburg, congratulates the team on the first day of studies, talks about the results of the admission campaign, and reveals future plans.

Illustration for news: Student Handbook for First-Year Students: What, Why, and How

Student Handbook for First-Year Students: What, Why, and How

With the new academic year starting, first-year students of HSE University-St Petersburg have lots of questions about different aspects of student life. They can find answers to all these questions in the Student Handbook.

Illustration for news: Ilya Nelyubov on Studying Political Science and Double Degree Programme

Ilya Nelyubov on Studying Political Science and Double Degree Programme

Ilya Nelyubov is a 2022 graduate of the Bachelor’s programme 'Political Science and World Politics'. He shared his story beginning with the admissions to Political Science and ending with the double degree programme and the Master's programme at the University of Bologna.

Illustration for news: 'This Upcoming Academic Year, I Plan to Enjoy Every Moment'

'This Upcoming Academic Year, I Plan to Enjoy Every Moment'

With the new academic year approaching, it is high time to make plans, wishes, and set new goals. We talked to students and lecturers of HSE University-St Petersburg about what they expect from the 2022–2023 academic year.

Illustration for news: 'I Paid Much Less for My Education than I Received': Mark Shumilov on Paid Education at HSE University-St Petersburg

'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.

Illustration for news: Chinese Fiction: To Read or Not To Read?

Chinese Fiction: To Read or Not To Read?

Understanding China requires knowing the Chinese language, reading scientific articles, and getting acquainted with the works of Chinese authors. We spoke to HSE University sinologists about which books by Chinese authors they found most interesting.

Illustration for news: 'I Have Never Regretted Entering 'Sociology' Programme'

'I Have Never Regretted Entering 'Sociology' Programme'

Alina Kamanina is a graduate of the Bachelor's Programme 'Sociology and Social Informatics' at HSE University – Saint Petersburg. She has been working as a game analyst in 'G5 Entertainment AB' company for two years. We talked to the graduate about how she entered the game industry, what criteria she used to choose a university and why critical thinking is the main university skill, in her opinion.

Illustration for news: Anzhelika Bobryshova on Academic Mobility in University of South Korea, Travelling Around the Country and Impressions of the Capital

Anzhelika Bobryshova on Academic Mobility in University of South Korea, Travelling Around the Country and Impressions of the Capital

This year Anzhelika Bobryshova, the student of the Bachelor’s programme 'Asian and African Studies', has gone to Sungkyunkwan University in South Korea to participate in the academic mobility programme. She has been working towards this trip for many years. We found out what was memorable about this trip for Anzhelika and what places she recommended visiting.

Illustration for news: Nikita Egorov Explains How to Conduct an Applied Research and Present It to UNESCO

Nikita Egorov Explains How to Conduct an Applied Research and Present It to UNESCO

Studies on a Master's programme do not always entail writing a thesis and applying to a PhD programme. In 2020, Nikita Egorov, the graduate of the Bachelor’s programme 'Political Science and World Politics', was enrolled in the Master's programme 'Public Administration' at the Central European University (CEU). He finished his studies with getting an offer of a project work at UNESCO. He told us why applied researches are interesting and what exactly helped him to present the final master's project successfully.