If you want to study at HSE you are welcome to contact the International Relations Office and get more information.
We can help you with:
— visa support (you will get an official invitation from our University (will be ready in 1 week for EU citizens and 1 month for others), which is essential for the visa. Here you can find an APPLICATION FORM
— registration (note that you have to register in Russian Federation in 7 days after your arrival);
— accommodation (we’ll help with searching for a suitable room (min 8000 rub per month), appartment for you to rent (min 20 000 rub per month), or a Russian family to host you (the price is variable, usually 20 euro a day including breakfast and dinner)
— adaptation to the University life, city life;
— Russian courses from basics to advanced;
— any questions you have about anything concerning your stay at Nizhny Novgorod or study at HSE NN
We are happy to help you: email@example.com
South Korea Day is organized in order to strengthen academic and cultural ties between the Republic of Korea and the Russian Federation, help Korean students adapt at HSE-Nizhny Novgorod.
Michelle Eggen is a fourth year student from The University of New Mexico , Albuquerque. Her major is international studies. But this semester she is at Higher School of Economics - Nizhny Novgorod studying Russian language and English literature. She loves writing stories, singing, and reading.
International students gather together to speak about the history, culture and traditions of their countries at the regular International Club meetings at HSE Nizhny Novgorod. Presentations of national cuisine spice up these meetings, which bring together a lot of students and often result in fun performances with singing and dancing.
A regular meeting of first-year BA and MA international students with the HSE Nizhny Novgorod administration has been held at the Austrian library. The students shared their first impressions of studying at HSE and life in Russia.
Over 20 international students from Europe – Germany, Portugal, the Netherlands, and Norway – took part in the annual International Summer School on Understanding the Russian Economy in the Context of Crisis that has recently come to an end.