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Aug 24 – Aug 28

POSTPONED: Summer School on Machine Learning in Bioinformatics

Follow updates on the summer school website 

Sep 3, 18:00

3rd International Online Seminar on Computational Educational Sciences: 'Uplift Modeling for Preventing Student Dropout in Higher Education'

online
Sep 16 – Sep 18

International Seminar on 'Global Longevity: Advances and Challenges'

Deadline for submitting abstract: 15th June, 2020  

Sep 21 – Sep 23

International Conference on Applied Research in Economics

Format subject to change. Follow updates on the conference website 

Illustration for news: ‘If You Don’t Think About the Lost Opportunities, the Semester Hasn’t Been So Bad’

‘If You Don’t Think About the Lost Opportunities, the Semester Hasn’t Been So Bad’

Student international academic mobility has been an integral part of life at HSE University for a long time. Every year, hundreds of HSE students study abroad at universities all over the world.  Even now, during the pandemic, many of them did not come back to Russia, opting instead to continue their studies abroad. Students spoke with the HSE News Service about life in the university dorms during quarantine and taking their programme courses and exams online.

Progressive Movement: Researchers Study Factors Behind Interregional Student Mobility

Benchmark data and the standard of living in the regions of Russia affect student mobility, according to a study by HSE Centre for Institutional Studies researchers Ilya Prakhov and Maria Bocharova. Strong graduates from more educated and wealthy families are more likely to enrol in a university far from home, but the economy usually affects such a decision. High wages draw students towards the regions, while a high cost of living pushes them away.

Student Mobility in Action

Last year the HSE Nizhny Novgorod signed a cooperation agreement with the Chinese university, agreeing to develop a partnership in science, joint research projects, and student mobility.