Representatives of HSE Public Policy Department participated in the 11th annual general conference of ECPR (European Consortium for Political Research) which was held from 6th to 9th of September 2017 at the Norwegian capital, Oslo. University of Oslo an academic Institution par excellence in the northern Europe is an eminent place of higher education in Norway for more than 200 years. Hence Oslo became the Political scientist’s city for the four consecutive days when the scholars from all over Europe and across the Atlantic converged for their annual summitry of scholarship and research on the subject of Political science and added discipline.
The application period for HSE’s Student Research Paper Competition has started. The winners will have an opportunity to take part in workshops on academic skills development, while those in state-financed studies will improve their chances of seeing their academic scholarships increased. Also, in addition in HSE students, learners from other academic institutions are eligible for this competition.
The very last days of the academic calendar in HSE is studded with range of activities and in a way is the culmination of the long and eventful learning marathon that each one of the student across the various disciplines and programs have taken to master the speciality. The Department of Public Policy with its International Masters Program had its own zenith of the event - The Graduation ceremony on the 29th of June. The graduation ceremony is a very bright, positive and unforgettable event for the students but equally so for the faculty members. The learning cycle has come to an end and the students are awarded not only the diploma but an acknowledgement of their preparedness for the world as a professional, well equipped with the skills and the tools to operate in the increasingly compact and globalized world
If you are interested in Russian history and issues of collective memory or identity-building, we are pleased to invite you to our forthcoming summer school. The school is called “Russian historic memory: in search of identity” will be held on 22-28 of September in ancient heartland of Russia - Rostov the Great.Over the past 15 years, the Department of Public Policy has held a range of summer schools, previously called “Baltic Practice” which focused on an exploration of the relationship between Russia and European Union. But from this year we are changing our focus and will be exploring the complex issue of Russian identity, which has renewed importance as the Russian government has increasingly celebrated key events of Russian history.
On June 4, 2017, HSE is holding ‘The Whole World at HSE’ festival, dedicated to the cultures of different peoples. It’s a great opportunity for many international students to share information about their country’s culture and explain how Russian culture might be perceived by people with a different mentality. In the part, HSE international students and faculty have shared their views on both their and our respective cultures.
Students of the program, Peter Pantiushkin, Rukevwe Etikini Claret and Opubo Melford Dokubo Goodhead, are sharing his experiences of participation in the extremely prominent and peculiar Model of the United Nations that was held in Moscow, April 2017.
HSE Printing Office offers a ‘while you wait’ service to print your thesis, term papers, essays, drawings, posters, or other materials required for exams. These documents can also be bound and laminated. Discounts fare available for HSE students and staff members.
The Higher School of Economics, Moscow on the 26th of April 2017 was host to Professor Badrul Alam from Cornell University, Ms Barbara Rogers from MPC Social Services, Mr Kehinde Banwo from Helps Services Nigerians in Russia. The round table discuss was centred on the violation of human rights with a major focus on young African ladies being sold into sex slavery under the pretence that they were brought to Russia for the purpose of education.