Summer University to Introduce New Features
Every year, HSE Summer University creates new opportunities for its participants - both students and researchers. The programme is becoming more and more versatile and the range of fields of study is constantly growing. In 2018, about 200 international students from all over the world took part in the Summer University. This year, participants are invited to choose from a larger pool of courses and even travel to Siberia.
For the first time, the SU programme will include courses on law: Modern Russian Justice: Remedies, Procedures and Trends; Comparative Civil Procedure; and Human Rights Law. These courses are intended for students and researchers who are interested in the problems of Russian and international legislation in a comparative perspective.
This year international students of the Summer University will have a unique opportunity to visit the first Russian city in Siberia – Tyumen, which was founded in 1586. In 2017 the University of Tyumen opened a new division – the School of Advanced Studies (SAS). The school focuses on a global discussion of the current problems of social and humanitarian knowledge, as well as their relationship with IT and biology.
The research programme implies the creation of teams, which will ensure close communication of the participants in different disciplines and will be integrated into international academic networks. Together with the School of Advanced Studies at the University of Tyumen, SU participants will study modern problems from the perspective of Humanities.
HSE also continues to work closely with DAAD – in 2019, the Summer University received 7 scholarships for students from Germany. To receive the scholarship, applicants will have to undergo a competitive selection process, which is carried out by the representatives of DAAD partner organizations and invited professors from German and Russian universities. The results of the selection will be announced in May.
Summer University 2019 will run from June 20 to August 20, 2019 and offer courses in Russian Studies, Culture&History, Economics, International Relations, Business&Management, as well as Computer Science. Students can take part in Undergraduate Research Experience programme in Mathematics, supervised by the HSE’s Faculty of Mathematics. In addition to specialized courses, everyone is welcome to join Russian as a Foreign Language classes offered at various levels. It will also be possible to spend a week or two in Saint Petersburg or Nizhny Novgorod where HSE has its campuses.
You can apply online until April 15. Students of HSE partner universities or former participants of Summer University are eligible for discounts.
HSE Summer University will begin on July 15 this year. All courses will be taught online via Zoom. The registration deadline has been extended until July 1, 2020.
The coronavirus is strong, but together we are stronger. Let’s take care and stay safe, so that we can all soon embrace each other again. Due to recent travel and visa restrictions, as well as in the interest of students' health, the 2020 HSE Summer University session dates have been changed. Programme sessions will now begin on July 15 and conclude on August 20.
In early August, this year’s HSE Summer University comes to a close. For the first time, the school welcomed a group of Russian students from Far Eastern Federal University.
Every summer, HSE’s International Summer University attracts students, graduate students, post-docs, and professionals from around the world who wish to spend several weeks in Moscow to deepen their knowledge in a variety of fields. With the programme entering its second month, HSE News Service sat down with several students to talk about their impressions of it so far.
On June 24, HSE University held an opening ceremony for its International Summer University. Newly arrived students from 32 countries around the globe including Germany, the US, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, and others were welcomed by First Vice Rector Vadim Radaev and Vice Rector Ivan Prostakov.
On August 16, the HSE Summer University officially came to an end. The graduation ceremony was an opportunity for participants, teachers and programme administrators to celebrate yet another successful season – and the Summer University’s fifth birthday.
The HSE Summer University is off to a strong start this year, and one of its programmes – the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) in Mathematics – has already been met with considerable enthusiasm by participating students. Designed for undergraduate students majoring in Mathematics or related areas, participants work on research projects under the supervision of distinguished mathematicians.
HSE’s Summer University officially opened on June 20. Now in its fourth week, the Summer University is in full swing at three of HSE’s four campuses– Moscow, St Petersburg and Nizhny Novgorod. Participants continue coming to Russia for courses on topics such as politics, history, economics, and Russian and Eurasian cultures. Most courses last two to four weeks and all of them are taught in English.
In its fifth year already, the HSE Summer University was officially opened on June 20th by Vice Rector, Ivan Prostakov. Over the next 8 weeks, HSE will provide almost 200 students, PhD candidates, postdocs and professionals from all around the world with the opportunity to enhance their knowledge in a wide range of fields. Many of the courses, all of which are taught in English, focus on areas such as politics, history, economics, and Russian and Eurasian cultures.
The fourth HSE International Summer University has drawn to a close. The programme continues to grow and evolve. This year over 160 students from 46 universities came to HSE to take courses in International Relations & Politics, Computer Science, Russian Studies, Economics, Culture & History.