March 04, 2010
HSE Summer School in Russian Studies 2010 in Moscow and St.Petersburg
This year the 2010 program for Higher School of Economics (HSE) Summer School will be managed by the new team with strong background in international education at the recently established unit of HSE - Center of International Education. For HSE this is without a doubt an indication of further expansion of programs for international students taught in English.
We are delighted to announce the Summer School 2010 as two weeks in Moscow and two weeks in St.Petersburg. Studying in both Russian capitals is a unique cultural experience for international students.
The Higher School of Economics is continuously ranked as the leading Russian university in the field of economics, political science, business and management. HSE currently enrolls more than 17000 students at 18 faculties and schools. The university has branches in the major Russian cities: Moscow, St.Peterburg, Nizhniy Novgorod and Perm.
The program includes:
2 major and 5 optional courses taught in English. Transcript of records with ECTS credits/US grades provided;
• Russian language courses (optional) for beginner, intermediate and advanced learners;
• cultural immersion program;
• master classes from renowned experts and practitioners;
• program of visits to government bodies, NGOs, leading business companies and mass media;
• various social actvities;
• studying in friendly multicultural classrooms
To find out more information on the proposed program, please visit http://cie.hse.ru/index.php/programs/summer-program
If you or any of your students have any inquiries about the program, please do not hesitate to contact us. We hope you will find this information useful. We would also appreciate if you could distribute this to the colleagues who might be interested in this program.
Best regards from the Center of International Education at the HSE.
We look forward to working with you this year.
Roman Kotov, Director
Center of International Education, HSE
Posted by tarjav at March 4, 2010 08:44 AM