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Illustration for news: Moscow to Paris: Here, There, and Everywhere

Moscow to Paris: Here, There, and Everywhere

In early July, the fifth summer school organized by French association D’Est together with the HSE Vysokovsky Graduate School of Urbanism, with the support of the French Embassy in Russia and the Paris Mayor’s Office, was held in Paris. For 11 days, students of the HSE Master’s programme in Urban Development and Spatial Planning and members of Moscow’s Municipal Council learned about French urban development, local administration and the country’s participatory democracy.

Illustration for news: First Cohort Graduates from the Joint Master’s Programme of HSE’s Faculty of Computer Science and Sberbank

First Cohort Graduates from the Joint Master’s Programme of HSE’s Faculty of Computer Science and Sberbank

The master’s programme 'Financial Technologies and Data Analysis' combines information technology, mathematics, and economics. The programme puts particular emphasis on hands-on experience: as early as the first year, half of the programme’s first-year master's students receive full-time employment in data science departments of financial companies.

Illustration for news: ‘If You Are Dedicated and Hardworking, You Will Get a Top Education’

‘If You Are Dedicated and Hardworking, You Will Get a Top Education’

Coming from Lebanon but with personal ties to Russia, Hisham Haydar will be starting the second year of the Master’s in Economics: Research Programme this September. The strength of HSE University’s standing in international rankings led Hisham to choose HSE in Moscow for his advanced training in economics. In the hope that other international students will be motivated to apply to HSE, he recently shared his perspective on everything from the application process to the workload to life in Moscow.

Illustration for news: ‘Our Curriculum Meets the Challenges of the Business Environment’

‘Our Curriculum Meets the Challenges of the Business Environment’

The HSE master's programme 'Experience Economy: Hospitality Management and Tourism' offers knowledge which is required in business, but not yet widely available in textbooks. Marina Predvoditeleva, Academic Supervisor of the programme, speaks about the innovations that will be introduced to the programme curriculum in the next academic year.

Illustration for news: ‘It Is a Great Opportunity to Enhance Your CV and Meet Other Researchers’

‘It Is a Great Opportunity to Enhance Your CV and Meet Other Researchers’

One of the perks of studying at HSE University is its wide range of academic mobility programmes. Ksenia Semykina, a master’s student of Comparative Social Research, recently spent a semester at the Free University of Berlin with the support of an Erasmus+ scholarship. She shared some practical advice on how to live and study abroad with HSE News Service.

Illustration for news: ‘Business Informatics Gives You Great Freedom in Your Career Choices’

‘Business Informatics Gives You Great Freedom in Your Career Choices’

Maria Fay earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Business Informatics from HSE University (2013). Today, she works at SAP and is in charge of innovation projects in Central and Eastern Europe. She recently earned her PhD from the University of Liechtenstein. Maria has talked with the HSE News Service about combining education, work, and research.

Illustration for news: HSE Archaeologists Make Significant Discovery during Excavations in Agrigento

HSE Archaeologists Make Significant Discovery during Excavations in Agrigento

In 2019, HSE will begin accepting students to its new Master's programme in Classical and Oriental Archaeology for the first time. Prior to admission, however, prospective students had the opportunity to participate in an archaeological school in Sicily, where they discovered rare bronze phialae dating back to the 6th century BC during the excavations.

How Computational Linguists Go on to Study Drama and Develop Computer Games

Students in the HSE Master’s Programme in Computational Linguistics get the opportunity to put their knowledge and skills into practice in both business and research. HSE News Service spoke with two alumnae about how it works—one now conducts research at Oxford on Russian drama, and the other works in computer game development.

Illustration for news: ‘If We Are Not Building and Growing, We Are Inevitably Decaying’

‘If We Are Not Building and Growing, We Are Inevitably Decaying’

HSE offers applicants a large selection of master's programmes in business management and development. Jonathan Linton, Head of the Laboratory for Research in Science and Technology at the Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge (ISSEK) at the Higher School of Economics, discusses the qualities managers and innovators need in today’s world.

‘Russian Questions’ and the Vatican in the Early 20 th Century

During the first half of the twentieth century—a period marred by wars, revolutions, and social upheaval—Europe almost destroyed itself twice. Despite the apparent closeness of the events of this period and the copious studies that they have inspired, many questions still remain unanswered, and the causes and interrelationships between the events remain unclear. Laura Pettinaroli, a researcher at the Catholic University of Paris, has been conducting research in the archives of the Vatican, Italy, France, Belgium and Russia for more than ten years in order to shed more light on the relationship between the Vatican and Russia during this period.