Conducting online lectures and research seminars on Zoom, providing assistance and useful instructions to the university community—all this is necessary for a smooth transition to remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the past two weeks, various HSE departments have done all of this in order to provide their students with online instruction. The IT Office particularly felt the weight of this large task. HSE News spoke with digital service staff about what they have managed to do in such a short time frame.
In order to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, HSE University students who are currently in China can receive an individual online learning curriculum up to March 2, 2020.
The Northern Eurasia Programming Contest is one of the semifinals of the ICPC student World Championship. More than 300 of the best teams from Russia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Latvia, Lithuania, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Estonia took part in the event. Students from the Perm campus of HSE University came in 46th and were second-class award winners.
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Alina Kryuchkova, a third-year student in economics at HSE, spent her spring semester at the Zagreb School of Economics and Management (ZSEM). So far there has not been one student who has studied abroad and remained unchanged by the experience. Alina spoke with HSE News Service about what it was like to study in Croatia, and she gave some advice to those who are interested in studying abroad through an HSE mobility programme.
‘What Is Most Dangerous Is Losing the Ability to Critically Evaluate Ourselves. And Our Sense of Humour’
HSE University Rector Yaroslav Kuzminov congratulates students, teachers, and staff on the beginning of the university's 27th academic year.
On August 30, an adaptation event was held for newly arrived students who came to Perm from abroad to study. For the first time, HSE Perm's admissions campaign actively recruited students from Mongolia, Syria, Morocco, Ghana, Georgia, and Armenia. At the event, the freshmen met with the academic supervisors of their educational programmes, learned about the educational process, and received valuable tips for living in Perm and studying at HSE.
HSE University Rector and Academic Supervisor welcome first year students and talk about the key features of HSE University.
During four months, students of the University of Durham (UK) studied Russian and history at the Higher School of Economics in Perm as part of 'Perm Term' programme (a semester in Perm). This programme was first organized by HSE in 2019 in cooperation with the School of Modern Languages and Cultures of the University of Durham. The semester came to an end, and students Phoebe, Athena, Madeleine and Eleanor shared their impressions of this experience.