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May 28, 15:00

Webinar for Prospective Students: HSE Admissions and International Olympiad Competitions

May 29, 18:10

Lecture 'Geometry and Perception' by Qasim Zaidi

May 29, 18:10

Colloquium: 'In Search of Missing Network Data: Applications to Real-life Problems'. Speaker: Valentina Kuskova

May 30 – Jun 1

International Conference 'Digital Transformation & Global Society'

Oct 11 – Oct 12

2nd IZA/HSE Workshop: Ten Years after the Financial Crisis - Labor Market Adjustment in Emerging and Post-Transition Economies

Paper submission deadline – June 15, 2018 

Sep 21 – Sep 22
6th International Conference on Applied Research in Economics (iCare6)

Submission of papers (full draft) – May 31, 2018 

HSE to Build Sport Complex in Moscow

HSE will build a three-story fitness complex near the Kaluzhskaya metro stop in Moscow, adding to the university’s sports and recreation infrastructure. The complex will include a swimming pool along with a number of fitness rooms and sports halls. The Moscow Committee for Architecture and Urban Development has already given the project the green light. Let’s see what the city’s Chief Architect Sergey Kuznetsov had to say about HSE’s new addition.

Illustration for news: Where Programmers Become Programmers

Where Programmers Become Programmers

What are Euclid and Descartes doing in a building that at one time belonged to the Gosplan? What does M+P+ mean, and how do you get an internship at Google? In the latest edition of Open House, Valentin Biryukov, a second-year student in the Applied Mathematics and Informatics programme, and Maria Gordenko, a fourth-year student in the Computer Engineering programme, talk about these questions and more.

Illustration for news: HSE Moves Closer to the City Centre

HSE Moves Closer to the City Centre

This year, many students and staff of HSE in Moscow will change the location of their study and work. Instead of some sites in districts on the outskirts of the sity, the university is using buildings in the centre. In addition to that, faculty departments which are now scattered in various parts of the city will move closer to each other. This will allow lecturers and students to spend less time commuting.

Illustration for news: HSE. Cornerstone: 3 Kantemirovskaya, Saint Petersburg

HSE. Cornerstone: 3 Kantemirovskaya, Saint Petersburg

In September 2015, after undergoing a major overhaul, part of the HSE St. Petersburg campus opened at 3 Kantemirovskaya St., Building 1A, becoming the home of the School of Economics and Management. This building was previously the location of a weaving mill that had had several names and owners over its more than 100-year history.

Illustration for news: Around HSE

Around HSE

HSE invites you on a virtual tour of Moscow. We’ve put all the HSE Cornerstone articles together and made a map of places worth seeing in the neighbourhoods around the university buildings.

Illustration for news: HSE. Cornerstone: 10th line of Vasilyevsky Island, Building 3/30

HSE. Cornerstone: 10th line of Vasilyevsky Island, Building 3/30

The building that used to house St. Petersburg's Patriotic Institute has held its status as an educational establishment for more than 200 years. The campus was placed under the operational control of the St. Petersburg Higher School of Economics in 2006.

Illustration for news: HSE. Cornerstone: Petrovka 12, Building 1

HSE. Cornerstone: Petrovka 12, Building 1

During the years of Lenin's New Economic Policy (NEP), this building housed Moscow's most fashionable institution, The Centre for the Development of the New Soviet Attire. The vast window displays were populated by mannequins in dresses, and fashion shows drew people from all segments of society: members of the Party elite, 'NEP-men' and their wives, and ‘heroes of industry’.

Illustration for news: HSE.Cornerstone: 4 Maly Gnezdnikovsky Pereulok

HSE.Cornerstone: 4 Maly Gnezdnikovsky Pereulok

The series of descriptions of historic buildings in Moscow owned by HSE concludes with this account of what was once School Number 135 in Maly Gnezdnikovsky Pereulok. This was considered an exemplary institution, and the finest teachers in the region taught there. Of course, the schoolchildren’s behavior was not always exemplary – and one incident even forced the Headmaster to resign.

Illustration for news: HSE. Cornerstone: 40 Myasnitskaya

HSE. Cornerstone: 40 Myasnitskaya

The lives of postal workers in the 19th century were hard, as were their duties. They didn’t get paid enough to live, and they didn’t get any weekends or holidays, or even lunch breaks. Why is this relevant to HSE? Because this building used to belong to the postal service.

Illustration for news: HSE. Cornerstone: Milyutinsky Pereulok, 13, Building 1

HSE. Cornerstone: Milyutinsky Pereulok, 13, Building 1

The guesthouse with shops on the corner of Sretensky Pereulok and Milyutinsky Pereulok was built in 1900 by the architect Vladimir Sherwood. In Soviet times, the building housed a medical clinic for the district, which was soon replaced by an Intourist office. This organization had a large fleet of tourist buses, its own staff of guides and interpreters, and a chain of hotels. During the Moscow Olympics in 1980, Intourist was the main organization servicing foreign visitors. Intourist in fact received millions of visitors during the Soviet era.

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