On April 1st for the students of programme ‘Population and Development’ it was organized an open lecture ‘Surviving at the Edges: Adaptation to Climate Change and Natural Disasters in Bangladesh ‘ by prof. Hasan Shafie.
The SDG forum held in MGIMO University from the 20th to 22nd of March 2019. Our student Olutomiwa Binuyo participated as a delegate in the gender equality committee and presented the shared parental leave and other labor market reforms in Rwanda.
Sally Sonia Simmons, a second-year student of the master’s programme “Population and Development”, participated in the 10th Demographic Conference of "Young Demographers", which took place in Charles University, Prague, Check Republic, February 6-8, 2019.
People have already submitted their applications to Master’s and Bachelor’s programmes at HSE University. So far, students from 113 countries have expressed their interest in studying at HSE University. For the 2019/2020 academic year, HSE University is offering 10 Bachelor’s programmes and 31 Master’s programmes taught entirely in English. The strongest applicants will be eligible for full or partial scholarships. For Master’s programmes, applications will be evaluated on the strength of the portfolios that can be submitted online via an applicant’s personal account on HSE University’s website.
HSE first visit to Pakistan took place in three major country's cities: Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad. During the visit, HSE representatives, including Vladimir Kozlov, an academic supervisor of Population and Development Master programme, have met the leading Pakistani universities.
The conference dubbed "WHAT DOES IT COST TO SAVE FOOD" was organized by The Liaison Office with the Russian Federation (LOR) of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO) in collaboration with Messe Düsseldorf on the 29th of January 2019 in Moscow. In this conference, our student, Yaw Owusu Ansah, worked as a volunteer for FAO as part of his internship duties with this international organization.
Our student, Vazgen Khansanamyan, took a part in the educational expedition of the international volunteer program "Ambassadors of the Russian Language in the World" for the 7th time. This time he traveled to Kyrgyzstan from November 24 to December 2. The expedition was organized by the Pushkin Institute and the Kyrgyz Economic University.
At the end of November, Robert Gal, Senior Research Fellow at the Hungarian Demographic Research Institute, gave workshops for the students "Population and Development" on the National Transfer Account (NTA).