Every quarter at HSE, we hold a competition to support student initiatives. Projects that foster university development, as well as projects that have benefits for wider society, are recognized and awarded financial and organizational assistance.
Statistical analysis of factors influencing child malnutrition in Africa. A meeting of the student society "Demographer"
The meeting of the student society "Demographer" was held on November 10, 2017 and was devoted to a statistical analysis of factors affecting child malnutrition in African countries. The speaker of the meeting was Anna Lubnina, a first year student of the HSE programme "Population and Development".
HSE has started distributing bank cards to its first-year students. If you are an international student on a Russian govenment scholarship (quota) you are eligible for such a card. On September 22, the first scholarships will be transferred via these cards. The schedule for the distribution of bank cards is presented below.
Current topic: Matrimonial Behaviour of Russians and other Europeans
In the issue: Marriage, fertility and reproduction of the maternal generation in Belarus and Ukraine: the experience of comparative analysis. Causes of divorce in modern Russia. Problems of conflict regulation in marriage and family relations in international private law in Russia.
The Higher School of Economics (HSE) has taken 48th place in the QS Top 50 Under 50 ranking. Furthermore, it is the sole Russian academic institution in this ranking.
On June 23, an international academic mobility fair took place at HSE. Over 25 universities from Europe, USA, China and Japan took part in the event.
Following the project public defense held on May 15-17, 2017, the winners of the Student Project Contest have been decided.
Current topic: How mortality decreased in Finland
In the issue: An assessment of their health by men and women in Russia, Estonia, Lithuania and Finland. Death from senility: the result of demographic policy or a tool for government bodies to simulate activity? “INVISIBLE PEOPLE”: the non-permanent population of remote rural areas of Eastern Finland.
New regulations simplifying admissions to HSE’s doctoral programmes have been approved. The procedure includes two application waves that consider personal achievements, and offers more opportunities for those who speak foreign languages. Vice Rector Sergey Roshchin told us more about the changes.
In its 25th anniversary year, HSE has marked new achievements, entering the Top 50 in the Times Higher Education (THE) Young University Rankings among universities under 30 years old, and in the Top 100 in the global Young University Rankings under 50. HSE has become the first Russian university to enter the top list of THE Young Universities, a global institutional ranking.