About International Winter School
HSE organizes winter schools each year for international students about to graduate and recent graduates as a short-term introduction to the University. Programme participants meet leading Russian and foreign specialists, famous politicians, and researchers, and also learn about Russian culture and traditions. HSE student buddies will help visiting students to settle in, answer questions, and act as guides in navigating the peculiarities of Russian daily life and culture. Over this two-week programme, students study the basics of Russian and put their new language skills to use in interacting with professors and students. Students can earn 3 ECTS credits.
International Winter School 2018
The Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs is hosting the 2018 International Winter School, which will focus on contemporary world politics, Russian language and culture. Courses offered will address the Russian Federation’s international economic and political strategy, its relations with leading countries, issues of social changes in modern society, and political transformation in the international arena. The programme will be held in Moscow.
The 2018 International Winter School is conducted entirely in English and students can earn 1 ECTS for each course taken (total: 3 ECTS). These can be used as transfer credits to home institutions.
The participants can take the following courses:
1. 1 ECTS (8 lectures) – Course by Maxim Bratersky "Russia in the Changing World"
2. 1 ECTS (8 lectures) - Choice Course by Evgeny Kanaev “Russia in Asia-Pacific: Challenges and Opportunities” (or) Course by Andrej Krikovic “China and Russia: Great Powers in an Era of Global Disorder” (Choose one)
3. 1 ECTS (8 lectures) – Classes of the Russian language
How to apply?
If you would like to join the International Winter School 2018, please complete the application form and include a motivation statement (maximum 350 words).
For more information please click "Further Official Information" below.
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