Starting from this year, all graduates of the Higher School of Economics will receive an appendix to their diploma confirming its compliance with European standards. Boris Zhelezov, Head of the HSE Office of International Academic Mobility, and Anna Korovko, Head of the HSE Office of Organization of Educational Process, told us about the opportunities which students will get thanks to this additional document.
On December 17th the graduation ceremony for the HSE School of Russian Studies programme entitled took place at the HSE. For the last six months international students have been studying the specifics of Russian politics, economics and culture and have been acquainting themselves with the peculiarities of studying, working and living in Moscow.
Recently one of our former students paid a visit to the HSE Nizhny Novgorod branch. This fact would not surprise anyone if we did not take into account that Kaloyan Iliev (and he is the one we are talking about) is a citizen of Austria. Five years ago he spent a year at the Higher School of Economics as part of an international student exchange programme .
On September 10th a graduation ceremony of the joint HSE and London School of Economics programmes of the HSE International College of Economics and Finance took place at the British Embassy in Moscow. Diplomas were given not only to those completing the undergraduate programme, but also to the first graduates of the Master’s programme in Financial Economics.
Diana Ogarkova, a graduate of the Faculty of Economy and World Politics, told us about some fortunate accidents in her employment, the significance of her diploma marks in finding employment, and the importance of keeping your eyes open.
In 2008 before graduating from the HSE International College of Economics and Finance Vladimir Mukharlamov faced a serious dilemma. Well, honestly speaking, a, trilemma. Nothing awful, just day-to-day troubles. Vladimir overcame it successfully despite some obstacles. Let’s start with the background…