Multiple factors determine how well immigrants can adapt to living in a new country. According to research, the key factors are social capital, i.e. having friends who can help with housing, employment and other basic needs, and the immigrant's approach to becoming part of their new community and culture (i.e. acculturation attitudes and strategies). A team of HSE researchers examined the relative importance of social capital and acculturation strategies for successful adaptation of immigrants from Central Asia and South Korea living in Moscow.
The ‘Migration seminar’: 'The New Russian Islam: Muslim Migrants in the Far North'
'Master of Data Science Admissions' Webinar
Dr. Jacqueline Wong to speak on 'Examining the Use of Prompts to Facilitate Self-Regulated Learning in Massive Open Online Courses'
Open Doors Day of 'Applied Statistics with Network Analysis' and 'Master of Data and Network Analytics' programmes
3rd Model UN Conference 'Higher School of Economics International Model United Nations'