What HSE Students Do in Their Free Time — Stats
Participation in student organizations is an important part of life at HSE. There are about 80 different communities engaged in almost all kinds of activities, from dancing to parliamentary debates. People can also try to do their part and join a charity. With this in mind, we have gathered some statistics illustrating how HSE spent their free time in 2016.
Happy Student Day! (In Russia, January 25 is a traditional student celebration commemorating the foundation of the first Russian university)
of HSE students surveyed have donated blood over the last 12 months
of HSE students surveyed have volunteered over the last 12 months
articles were published by HSE Press (a student periodical)
students participated in the HSE championship ‘What? Where? When?’ (an intellectual game competition)
were made to children’s homes and orphanages to offer lectures and workshops by volunteers of the ‘Open Your Eyes’ charity project
steps were taken by HSE Tourist Club members during their backpacking excursions
of classes were held by Ufights (a club dealing with negotiation methods)
of old home electronics were collected and sent for recycling during the three-day ‘Dead Electronics Days’ event organized by Green HSE (a student environmental association)
This data is provided by the HSE Student Initiative Support Centre and the Centre for Institutional Research (an annual survey was held in November-December 2016, in which 5168 students (25% of the total student body) took part).