The Student Activist Group at HSE University in Perm has held the large-scale ‘SAWalk: Step into Art’ event. This time, the quest walk was dedicated to Perm art: painting, literature, cinema, theatre, and street art. More than 200 students and 40 teams took part in it.
Vladimir Makarenko, Fort Telecom Business Development Director, delivered an inspiring lecture at HSE University at the Perm Project Conference. HSE News Service talked to Vladimir about Fort Telecom work, changes in the market and student professional development.
At the beginning of November, HSE University’s Cultural Centre hosted HSE Unity Fest, a large-scale festival organised by HSE University’s Chamber of Nationalities. The event was attended by 33 national clubs of the university, whose representatives told festival guests about the traditions of different nations.
On September 29, HSE University celebrated the birthday of its Perm campus. Teachers, researchers, department heads, graduates, and students all shared their warm wishes for their university. Eduard Sosnin, Mayor of Perm city and HSE graduate, expressed his certainty that ‘HSE will always be the best university in the country.’
‘I Hope that the New Academic Year Will Be Full of Vivid Emotions, Thrilling Discoveries, and the Happiest Life Changes for All of Us’
HSE University Rector Nikita Anisimov has congratulated students, teachers, and staff on Knowledge Day, which marks the beginning of the new academic year and is celebrated in Russia on September 1. ‘This day marks the new opportunities that open up to us and calls us to climb the most unreachable heights,’ he said.
As part of his working trip to Perm, HSE University Rector Nikita Anisimov visited the site where the new campus is being built, and also held talks with the Governor of Perm Krai, Dmitry Makhonin. The student campus is expected to be fully operational in 2026. The campus will house learning spaces, laboratories, a sports complex with a swimming pool, a congress hall, and a hotel complex for students and teachers.
On December 6–7, 2022, the semifinal of the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) took place in St Petersburg. Two teams from the HSE Faculty of Computer Science won medals at NERC 2022: FFTilted took overall 2nd place and received the gold medal, and It Has To Work took 8th place (silver medal). Two teams from HSE University—FFTilted (Moscow) and Just3Keks (St Petersburg)—will take part in the ICPC finals, which will be held in Egypt in 2023.
The new academic year has kicked off at HSE University. Rector Nikita Anisimov greeted the students, staff and particularly new arrivals on Knowledge Day—September 1, which, as he emphasised, symbolises the beginning of a new journey and new achievements.
In early August, 30 students from all HSE University campuses set off on a journey as part of the Student Project Contest. Their project was called ‘T-T-T: A TikTok Tour of the Finno-Ugric Republics by Bus’. On their travels, the students learned about the local culture and made short educational and entertaining videos.