HSE Among the Leaders in Project 5-100
HSE has become one of three Russian universities to receive maximum points for the implementation of the Russian Academic Excellence Project. These results were announced following a meeting of the Council on Enhancing the Competitiveness of Leading Russian Universities among Global Research and Education Centres.
The meeting of the Council, which includes leading Russian and international experts, was held on March 17-18 and chaired by Russian Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets.
During the Council meeting, Vadim Radaev, HSE First Vice Rector, discussed HSE’s results and prospects for development. He noted that HSE has improved its position in international rankings, including subject rankings, due to participation in Project 5-100. He also outlined the steps taken to attract international students and lecturers, new research projects, strengthening interdisciplinary relations, interdisciplinary studies at the university, and other innovations.
The Council assessed the universities’ achievements in pursuing competitiveness enhancement programmes under this project.
Following the Council meeting, the universities received expert recommendations which they will apply as they develop road maps for the 4th stage of Project 5-100, to be defended before the Council in October 2017.
The amount of funds allocated to universities for implementing competitiveness enhancement programmes under the 4th stage of Project 5-100 will be determined by the Council.
Members of the International Advisory Committee (IAC) and the HSE administration have discussed the results of the committee’s annual meeting.
New faculties, personnel development, internationalisation, and much more – these are all things on the agenda of the annual International Advisory Committee (IAC) meeting currently taking place in Moscow.
The annual meeting of the HSE International Advisory Committee will be held December 12-13 in Moscow. In the run-up to the event, HSE News Service has talked to two new members of the committee, Marcelo Knobel, Rector of University of Campinas (Brasil), and Francisco Marmolejo, the World Bank’s Lead Tertiary Education Specialist.
For the first time ever, the Higher School of Economics hosted EduLAB, an annual conference for university leadership. Participants discussed the challenges universities face in the digital age, as well as prospects for interuniversity cooperation, specifically as part of a wider project for European universities.
From October 26-27, a regular meeting of the Russian Academic Excellence Project 5-100 was held in Kaliningrad. The academic institutions involved in the project presented the results of their work and plans for the upcoming period of their respective roadmaps.
From October 24-25, the IX International Russian Higher Education Conference ‘Universities in Search of a Balance between New and Familiar Goals’ took place at HSE. Participants discussed issues concerning educational policies, including internationalization of education, bridging the gap between schools, universities and labour markets, as well as changes in the academic profession.
145 researchers from 30 countries discussed how higher education systems work on global and national levels, and how they are influenced by the processes of differentiation and integration.
The Prime Minister of Russian Federation, Dmitry Medvedev, has approved a programme which will train personnel for key sectors of the economy in the Far East. The Higher School of Economics is one of the universities that will conduct the activities in the programme, in collaboration with the universities of the Far Eastern Federal District.
of students and graduates of HSE Moscow are satisfied with the quality of their education. At HSE Perm, this figure is even higher, standing at 84%. These are the results of a survey of students and graduates of leading Russian universities, conducted by Changellenge>> . HSE Perm came in second and Moscow and Nizhny Novgorod campuses shared the third place in the ‘satisfaction with the quality of education’ category.
Closer cooperation between Russian universities and companies could lead to a technology breakthrough for the Russian economy. Yaroslav Kuzminov discussed possibilities for such collaboration, and the obstacles associated with it, at the Gaidar Forum at RANEPA.