The first intake into this new Master’s programme will be in 2018 and its graduates will be able to work in the field of language policy. Denis Zubalov, Academic Supervisor of the programme 'Language Policy in the Context of Ethnocultural Diversity' told the HSE News Service all about what students will be studying, how urbanization is linked to language policy and what killer languages are.
The 19th Session of Eurasian Online Seminar with Ambassador Kazuhiko Togo
Intercampus seminar 'On Some Discrete Optimization Problems'
Presentation of Chevening Master's Scholarship programme