• A
  • A
  • A
  • ABC
  • ABC
  • ABC
  • А
  • А
  • А
  • А
  • А
Regular version of the site

Community news at HSE University

Page 13 of 19
21Th22Fr23Sa24Su25Mo26Tu27We28Th29Fr30Sa31Su
2021, February
1Mo2Tu3We4Th5Fr6Sa7Su8Mo9Tu10We11Th12Fr13Sa14Su15Mo16Tu17We18Th19Fr20Sa21Su22Mo23Tu24We25Th26Fr27Sa28Su
2021, March
1Mo2Tu3We4Th5Fr6Sa7Su8Mo9Tu10We11Th12Fr13Sa14Su15Mo16Tu17We18Th19Fr20Sa21Su22Mo23Tu24We25Th26Fr27Sa28Su29Mo30Tu31We
2021, April
1Th2Fr3Sa4Su5Mo6Tu7We8Th9Fr10Sa11Su12Mo13Tu14We15Th16Fr17Sa18Su19Mo20Tu21We22Th23Fr24Sa25Su26Mo27Tu28We29Th30Fr
2021, May
1Sa2Su3Mo4Tu5We6Th7Fr8Sa9Su10Mo11Tu12We13Th14Fr15Sa16Su17Mo18Tu19We20Th21Fr22Sa23Su24Mo25Tu26We27Th28Fr29Sa30Su31Mo
2021, June
1Tu2We3Th4Fr5Sa6Su7Mo8Tu9We10Th11Fr12Sa13Su14Mo15Tu16We17Th18Fr19Sa20Su21Mo22Tu23We24Th25Fr26Sa27Su28Mo29Tu30We
2021, July
1Th2Fr3Sa4Su5Mo6Tu7We8Th9Fr10Sa11Su12Mo13Tu14We15Th16Fr17Sa18Su19Mo20Tu21We22Th23Fr24Sa25Su26Mo27Tu28We29Th30Fr31Sa
2021, August
1Su2Mo3Tu4We5Th6Fr7Sa8Su9Mo10Tu11We12Th13Fr14Sa15Su16Mo17Tu18We19Th20Fr21Sa22Su23Mo24Tu25We26Th27Fr28Sa29Su30Mo31Tu
2021, September
1We2Th3Fr4Sa5Su6Mo7Tu8We9Th10Fr11Sa12Su13Mo14Tu15We16Th17Fr18Sa19Su20Mo21Tu22We23Th24Fr25Sa26Su27Mo28Tu29We30Th
2021, October
1Fr2Sa3Su4Mo5Tu6We7Th8Fr9Sa10Su11Mo12Tu13We14Th15Fr16Sa17Su18Mo19Tu20We21Th22Fr23Sa24Su25Mo26Tu27We28Th29Fr30Sa31Su
2021, November
1Mo2Tu3We4Th5Fr6Sa7Su8Mo9Tu10We11Th12Fr13Sa14Su15Mo16Tu17We18Th19Fr20Sa21Su22Mo23Tu24We25Th26Fr27Sa28Su29Mo30Tu
2021, December
1We2Th3Fr4Sa5Su6Mo7Tu8We9Th10Fr11Sa12Su13Mo14Tu15We16Th17Fr18Sa19Su20Mo21Tu22We23Th24Fr25Sa26Su27Mo28Tu29We30Th31Fr
2022, January
1Sa2Su3Mo4Tu5We6Th7Fr8Sa9Su10Mo11Tu12We13Th14Fr15Sa16Su17Mo18Tu19We20Th
6
  • Today
  • Tomorrow

Thursday, January 20

'Beyond Moscow. Rethinking the International and Transnational Dimensions of the Soviet Republics' Call for Papers. Deadline for proposal submission: January 31, 2022

Deadline for proposal submission: January 31, 2022 

18:00

Admission webinar of the Bachelor’s Programme 'International Business'

online

Friday, January 21

'Beyond Moscow. Rethinking the International and Transnational Dimensions of the Soviet Republics' Call for Papers. Deadline for proposal submission: January 31, 2022

Deadline for proposal submission: January 31, 2022 

Illustration for news: HSE Day.LIVE

HSE Day.LIVE

Today HSE is celebrating HSE day at Gorky Park. A rich programme has been prepared that has something to spark anybody’s interest. This celebration is an excellent opportunity for everyone not only to walk around and have fun, but to become part of the HSE family as well! Follow our live broadcast on the website.

Students and Graduates Invited to Faculty Meetings on HSE Day

HSE Day’s Reunion initiative offers students and graduates the opportunity to meet informally with the Dean and teachers of their faculties, ask senior students about their studies or remember their time as a student and share their wisdom with the younger generation.

9

lectures will be delivered by HSE scholars at Gorky Park as part of HSE Day. Lectures will be delivered in both Russian and English. 

Seven Reasons to Go to HSE Day 2015

Everything in the world has a reason, and every choice you make could change your life radically. The main thing is not to miss a chance. For example, there is HSE Day, there’s you, and here are seven reasons why you shouldn’t miss this event. You might find your one true love while speed dating at HSE Land, become a renowned orientalist thanks to ‘The Whole World at HSE’ venue, or fall in love with Russian rock music.

1,878

people have attended the HSE summer lectures in Gorky Park. Today, the final lecture of the season – ‘China as a Self-reflection of Russia's Political Culture’ – will begin at 19:00.

Illustration for news: HSE Day to Take Place on September 9

HSE Day to Take Place on September 9

The Higher School of Economics is pleased to welcome guests back to one of the most exciting and lively locations in Moscow – Gorky Park, where the university is hosting its fourth annual HSE Day on September 9.

Illustration for news: International Students Explore Russia: Xenia Trotsky in Murmansk and Astrakhan

International Students Explore Russia: Xenia Trotsky in Murmansk and Astrakhan

Xenia Trotzky is an HSE international student who came from Austria to study management and explore Russia. Her grandfather was born in Voronezh but left Russia during the Revolution of 1917, fighting for the White Army. ‘I hope people in Europe – including my friends – would one day stop believing all the stereotypes about Russia and would stop seeing Russia as a dangerous and retrograde country. Concerning all the big cities I’ve visited in Europe, Moscow is definitely the safest of them.’

Illustration for news: HSE International Students Explore Russia and beyond: Antti Viktor Rauhala in Kyrgyzstan

HSE International Students Explore Russia and beyond: Antti Viktor Rauhala in Kyrgyzstan

Antti Viktor Rauhala is from Finland. He came to HSE this January as an exchange student. As a politics student who has been studying Russian politics in London at UCL, he has found it refreshing to get a 'Russian perspective' on the current political situation. With his friend Christopher he set on a journey through Russia and Kyrgyzstan.

HSE International Students Explore Russia: Schuchi Agrawal in Nizhny Novgorod and Kazan

Shuchi Agrawal came to Higher School of Economics from Brown University, USA. She studied in the Math in Moscow programme in the spring semester of 2015. The programme is organized by HSE’s Faculty of Mathematics, the Independent University of Moscow, and Moscow Centre for Continous Mathematical Education.

HSE International Students Explore Russia: Katherine Alberti in Novgorod

Katherine Alberti came to work as an intern at HSE’s Faculty of Economic Sciences from the University of Texas at Austin. During the May holidays, Kat’s Russian friend invited her to come along on an adventurous journey. Kat had taken a medieval Russian literature class so she was prepared for Russian peculiarities. Visiting Veliky Novgorod gave Kat an opportunity to feel the foundations of Russian culture. Kat has shared her experience of exploring the city with Read Square, HSE online student magazine. She recommends going to Novgorod to discover how Russians of old used to live.