Organized by the Extreme Sports Club, HSE Camping Weekend is a great chance to spend two days out of the city, meet a large number of Russian students, and enjoy the beauty of the countryside. Sitting around the campfire and singing guitar songs together is something that will definitely give you warm memories for a long time.
You’re accepted to HSE! You’re going to Moscow! Now what? For many of our international students, Russia is a big change in terms of climate, culture, language, and city life. But not to worry—HSE has you covered. Read on for some pointers on how to prepare for the move and what to do once you arrive.
A revised draft of the 2030 HSE Development Programme will be reviewed.
HSE students who are interested in moving from a dorm to an apartment can obtain financial support from the university. For the 2019/2020 academic year, HSE students who live in a dorm will be offered 1,350 monthly reimbursements amounting to RUB 10,000.
On April 28, HSE RUN is organising a culture and history quest in Moscow. We invite you to try your hand at answering a few questions about Moscow.
On April 21, 2019 the annual family holiday for HSE staff and their children was held at Moscow’s world-famous aquarium, Moskvarium.
The latest enrolment in the School of Curators has completed. This year 1,200 students applied, which is a record. We decided to find out why HSE needs curators, what students and organizers think about this practice, and what an ideal curator looks like.
In early April the spring Student Project Contest conducted its final phase—the public defense. HSE News Service spoke with the winners about how their projects can be useful for every HSE student.
The evening concert at the Green Theatre is one of the main highlights of HSE Day every year. HSE News Service explains how to vote for your event headliner of choice, why HSE people are crazy about Valery Meladze and who HSE students and Lyceum students voted for this year.
Every HSE Day we invite cool artists to perform at the final event of the university-wide celebration, which is an evening concert. It is now time to choose the headliner of HSE Day 2019!
Last autumn HSE’s project ‘Teach for HSE’ commissioned an internal study by HSE Centre for Institutional Research. The study aimed to see a broad picture of how faculty members and students perceive benefits and challenges of teaching and studying in an international classroom.