‘May You Believe in Yourselves, Never Rest on Your Laurels, And Always Strive for More’
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.
HSE Students and Staff Can Get a Free Coronavirus Test
It is necessary to make an appointment
‘We Need to Look for Harmony in Our Everyday Relations’
What lies at the core of the European integration? What motto keeps Europe alive? Has European model become outdated and is it capable of adapting to the changing reality? These and other questions were the focus of the online talk delivered by Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Federal Republic of Germany to the Russian Federation Géza Andreas von Geyr at the invitation of HSE University. The lecture was attended by students, scholars, and members of the press from around the world.
German Ambassador Géza Andreas von Geyr to Deliver Open Lecture for HSE University students
What is the place and role of the European Union in the modern world? How is the European integration project developing, and what role does Germany play in it? How are relations between the EU and Russia today? You will learn the answers to these and many other questions during the lecture.
HSE Returns to Online Instruction
HSE Rector Yaroslav Kuzminov has signed an order stipulating that HSE University will transition to online learning beginning November 16
Basmannaya Building Joins Instagram
One of the most charming HSE buildings now has its own account
All Lectures of the Second Module Will Be Delivered Online
In-person classes will be held no more than three days a week
New HSE Master’s Programme Focuses on German-Speaking Countries
The Faculty of Humanities is now accepting applications to its new Master’s programme, ‘Germanica: History and Modernity’ for the fall of 2020. The programme gives students a wide-ranging knowledge of the German-speaking regions of the world—Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. The programme is taught in Russian and German. Applicants’ proficiency of German will be verified upon admission. Professor Petr Rezvykh, the programme’s Academic Supervisor, discusses the features of the programme.