‘The Advantages of HSE University’s Master’s Programmes Lie in the Extraordinary Diversity of What the University Has to Offer’
While studying in HSE University’s master’s programmes, students receive an education that is developed with an eye towards specific professional markets, they can pursue research tracks, and they can even design their own individual curricula that incorporate coursework and expertise different programmes. HSE Vice Rector Sergey Roshchin discusses these benefits and others of HSE University’s master’s programmes.
5 students of the Faculty of Economics, Management and Business Informatics of the HSE University's Perm Campus and one student of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities have been successfully selected for international academic mobility programmmes for the spring semester of 2019-2020. They spoke on how they decided to apply for students exchange and shared their expectations about their upcoming studies at European universities.
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.
On June 6, Ján Zozuľak, professor from the Konstantin the Philosopher University in Nitra, Slovakia, visited HSE-Perm. The professor delivered a short lecture on the history of his city. Next year students in history from HSE-Perm will be able to go to Nitra on an exchange through the Erasmus+ programme.
From August 13 to September 23, HSE students can apply for exchange programmes in spring semester 2019 under university-wide agreements.
HSE-Perm and the University of Padova have been cooperating for the last five years. The cooperation started in the sphere of research within the HSE-Perm’s Centre for Private-Public Interactions.
Second-year HSE students of economics have discussed cultural stereotypes with students of the Montclair State University.
Marina Sheveleva, Associate Professor at the School of Foreign Languages (HSE Perm) took part in a roundtable discussion, ‘Different Cultures, Similar Challenges’, organized by New Jersey Fulbright Chapter in cooperation with Montclair State University.
The Higher School of Economics-Perm holds the third International Conference on Applied Research in Economics (iCare) on September 21-23.
Angel Barajas, Academic Superisor of the International Laboratory of Intangible-driven Economy, Professor at the University of Vigo, and research fellows of the laboratory Dennis Coates, Professor at the University of Maryland, Marina Zavertiaeva and Petr Parshakov took part in the 7th European Sport Economics Association Conference on Sport Economics that was held on August 27-28 in Zurich.