A contest for grants that will see the winner receive the opportunity to enroll in the international MA Global Business programme for free has come to a close. The contest committee has reviewed the results, and the winner has been announced as being Anastasia Shikina, 4th year BA Management student at HSE Nizhny Novgorod.
Anna Khasyanova, a 2014 graduate of the master’s programme in Finance (specialization in Financial Markets and Banking) passed the selection process and took part in the 20th International Conference ‘Financial Reporting and Business Communication’.
Sixth annual Summer School on Russian Language and Culture opened last week. This year among the participants of the summer school are students from Austria, Brazil and South Korea.
The Global Business programme interviews one of the accepted foreign students, Julien Keyser from France, to learn about his decision-making process and general thoughts on getting a Master’s degree in Russia.
The international modules of the master’s programme in Global Business have come to an end, and students have defended their projects, which they worked on for several months, at the University of Bergamo, Italy. Representatives of companies for whom the students prepared their projects as well as the representatives of three partner universities — Johannes Kepler University Linz (Austria), the University of Bergamo (Italy) and HSE (Russia) — all took part in the event.
The conference on network analysis aims to bring together scientists and engineers, representatives from the government and universities to exchange knowledge and results on a broad range of topics related to the theory and practice of network analysis. The conference also covered algorithms on graphs, networks, discrete optimization and applications.
1st-year students of the master's programme in Marketing conduct research for Arsenal (National Centre for Contemporary Arts Volga-Vyatka region branch) as part of the brand management course. The students work in small groups, and each group analyses and makes recommendations on brand development and interaction with the target audience. The presentation of preliminary results will take place in June.
Dr. Elmar Schenkel is a Professor at the Institute of English Studies, University of Leipzig. He visited HSE in Nizhny Novgorod in early April at the invitation of the Faculty of Humanities. He has talked to the HSE Look about his research interests and collaboration with HSE.