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May 14 – May 17

10th Conference on Statistical Methods Application for Analysis of Economics and Society

Abstract submission deadline: March 20, 2019 

May 24 – May 25
4th International Russia Longitudinal Monitoring Survey of HSE User Conference

Deadline for submissions: March 1, 2019 

May 29 – May 30

International conference 'How Are the ‘Modern’ Middle Ages Created or Medievalism Studies'

Deadline for submissions - May 1, 2019 

Jul 1 – Jul 5
VIII International Summer School on Cyber Law

Application deadline: May 1, 2019 

First Group of Students Graduate from HSE-FIFA/CIES Sports Management Programme

The first 36 students have successfully defended their final projects and graduated from the joint HSE-FIFA/CIES Sports Management Programme. Their ideas will be put to use at various sports organisations and during the organisation of the 2018 World Cup.

Illustration for news: Serious Projects are Born when their Creators are Still at University

Serious Projects are Born when their Creators are Still at University

HSE graduate Sergei Pronin was still studying for his degree in Software Engineering when he and others designed App in the Air, promoted by Apple as a successful mobile project. Sergei now works as the leading developer at Empatika and teaches at HSE. He talked to HSE News about trends in the app market, the unique Russian language course on developing iOS apps and about the principles of teaching in the IT sphere.

Illustration for news: 'The State should be Run by Philosophers. I Control My Own Nation in My Business'

'The State should be Run by Philosophers. I Control My Own Nation in My Business'

A degree in philosophy does not mean you have to remain a theoretician, and there’s a way to transform basic knowledge into not only a business, but money as well. HSE graduate Ilya Menzeleev, the co-founder of the hip-hop and soul label Hustle Flower, tells Success Builder how the Silver Age of Russian Poetry fits into rhythm and blues, why Russians should love ‘black’ music, and how Aristotle helps the music business.

Illustration for news: From My Point of View, That Was the Best Outcome

From My Point of View, That Was the Best Outcome

Artem Neklyudov, ICEF BSc Graduate 2007, last year completed his PhD in finance at Carnegie Mellon university. In this interview he talks about what influenced his decision to become an academic, how to find work after graduating, and why research involves teamwork.

June 8 Dance with Chewbacca and win a prize: Five reasons to go to HSE leaving ball, even if you’re not graduating

On June 20, HSE is holding its university-wide leaving ball. This is not just an event, but an uber-event with prizes to win, the opportunity to dance all night to a space mix and musical surprises. Graduating students, former and future graduates, and tutors are all welcome to attend. These are the five main reasons not to miss this.

Illustration for news: 'Having Your Own Business Is a Daily Source of Motivation'

'Having Your Own Business Is a Daily Source of Motivation'

Starting your own business is usually a good thing, but it’s very scary, especially for someone with an honours diploma and a promising future in finance. Ekaterina Frolova, an ICEF alumna and the founder of CitYkids, a chain of children's centres, tells Success Builder why she forewent a career as a bank clerk to work with children, how to provide young moms with leisure time, and what motivates happy people.

‘All of You Carry the Name of the University’

On June 3, HSE Rector Yaroslav Kuzminov met in Berlin with university alumni living in Germany, as well as with students and postgraduate students who are currently continuing their studies at Humboldt University. During the meeting, they discussed the development of the Higher School of Economics, differences in approaches to the educational process at universities in Russia and Germany, and the prospect for transferring certain Western practices to the realities of Russia.

Illustration for news: ‘Studying with Enthusiastic People Around is Fun’

‘Studying with Enthusiastic People Around is Fun’

In 2015 eight graduates from the HSE Faculty of Mathematics started PhD programmes at MIT, McGill, Caltech, Pennsylvania State University and other top universities. HSE 4th year student Dmitry Pirozhkov who has got a place at Columbia University talked to the HSE News Service about how to get onto a prestigious PhD programme and about his expectations and academic plans.

The Audience Must Be Ready to Fall in Love

10th June is the date for the annual Miss HSE beauty contest. Every year the same team of graduates gathers to organise it.  They are convinced that working on this project helped their professional development. One of the organising committee members, HSE alumnus Yuri Korchagin talked to HSE News about how to run a large-scale event without any money, why Miss HSE is better than Miss Russia and how to observe the rules of the genre in an academic environment.

HSE Students and Alumni in Charity Run

HSE Law Faculty alumni Oksana Akhmedova and Tatiana Zolotukhina won prizes at the annual Moscow Legal Run at VDNKh. 62 HSE students worked as volunteer organisers of the run.