HSE Students Investigate International Academic Mobility Opportunities
On June 23, an international academic mobility fair took place at HSE. Over 25 universities from Europe, USA, China and Japan took part in the event.
This fair was the first to bring representatives of HSE’s international partner universities together to meet HSE students and tell them about their programmes and answer questions about opportunities to study at their universities under student exchange programmes.
Some of the international universities’ representatives were HSE students who had already studied abroad on exchange programmes. For example, German Gulyamov, third-year Applied Mathematics student at HSE, studied at Humboldt University of Berlin from September 2016 to March 2017. He chose an undergraduate programme that is mostly German-taught, but, he noted, lecturers agreed to give classes in English at the international student’s request.
Anastasia Petrova, HSE graduate in Business Informatics, spent a summer semester at the University of Passau (Germany). She said she found the programme very useful and said she had come to the fair in choose an MA programme.
As of today, HSE has signed about 70 agreements with international universities, under which students of any HSE programme from any campus apply for the academic mobility competition. In addition, some HSE faculties have signed additional agreements with specific departments of international universities.
Anza Thasneem and Shipra Singh are exchange students from Indian Institute of Management Raipur, a partner university of HSE-Nizhny Novgorod. International Students’ Club Leader Zhanna Shabanova has talked to Anza and Shipra about their impression of Russia, Nizhny Novgorod, and HSE.
MA Programme 'Governance of Science, Technology and Innovation' Concludes Partnership Agreements with 5 Recognized Universities
HSE has finalised agreements with its international partner universities for new double diplomas and student exchanges in the framework of the Master’s programme in Governance of Science, Technology and Innovation. Dirk Meissner, Academic Supervisor for the Master’s programme, spoke to the HSE English News service about how the new agreements are made to give master’s students the best opportunities for study abroad and double degree programmes while making sure they match HSE’s approaches and standards.
The official Russia-Netherlands bilateral year, which features joint projects in science, culture, and education, has come to an end. During this past bilateral year, the HSE widely expanded its partnerships with its Dutch colleagues.
An international workshop, ‘Germany’s Transformation after its Unification: Current Situation and Lessons for Other Countries’ was held on September 12th and 13th, 2013 at the HSE. The workshop was organized by the HSE in collaboration with the Liberal Mission Foundation and with the support of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation.
At the end of February 2013, a delegation from the Seoul National University of Science and Technology (SeoulTech) visited the HSE. As a result of negotiations, an agreement was finalized on student exchange between the two universities. The framework cooperation agreement between the HSE and SeoulTech was signed in April 2012.
In January 2012, 13 students of the Higher School of Economics visited Singapore as part of the ‘iConnect: Connecting global Youths. Inspiring future Entrepreneurs’ exchange programme organized by the students from the National University of Singapore.
On October 20th 2011 the winners of a competition organized by the HSE Innovation and Enterprise Office were announced, with the successful entrants going on to visit the National University of Singapore from January 13th – 20th 2012 as part of a student exchange programme.