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Culture Cafés 2018/2019

Culture Cafés 2018/2019
Dear friends, our guests and listeners, it’s time to sum up this productive study year. We’ve achieved unbelievable results, and all because of doing it together with you. We’ve hold 14 events dedicated to different countries, enthralling parts of our big world. Every Culture Café was made with love and desire to interest every one of you, to inspire you to reach new heights and improve yourself. For us, it was a pleasure to share all these moments with you, hope, you feel the same! Let’s refresh our memory, we’ll remind you all the best moments of our meetings and recollect those brilliant emotions!

Culture Café: South Asia

Culture Café: South Asia
Have you ever thought about visiting several countries only in a few hours? You know, there’s nothing impossible for us, so all your craziest dreams can become a reality. Our last Culture Café of this year was devoted to more than 2, and even more than 3 countries, it was dedicated to the whole region - South Asia.

HSE Camping Weekend

HSE Camping Weekend
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.

Culture Café: Armenia

Culture Café: Armenia
What do we know about Armenia? Are we familiar with its history and traditions? Are we aware of how big is Armenian diaspora and how many famous people are Armenian? Now we can answer to all these questions after attending our Culture Café dedicated to the country with one of the longest history and unbelievably breathtaking landscapes - Armenia.We’re truly thankful to ESN students, who made our acquaintance with this wonderful country interesting and enjoyable: Silva and Vardi.

Culture Café: Finland

Culture Café: Finland
Moomins, Northern Lights, Lapland, Salmiak – what else comes to mind when you hear about Finland? Well, thanks to our Finish students we have learned all about that and more at our Culture Café dedicated to Finland.

International Bake Sale to Be Held at HSE

On May 21 the international Bake Sale will be held in HSE building on 21/4 Staraya Basmannaya Ulitsa.
The event is organised by HSE Outreach in cooperation with ESN HSE Moscow. It will be a great opportunity to hang out, taste national pastry of different countries and raise money for children in orphanages. 

Culture Café: Ukraine, Belarus and Bulgaria

Culture Café: Ukraine, Belarus and Bulgaria
April 4, 2018 – what happened on this day, and why did we decide to mention it here?
You guessed it – our latest Culture Café. This one was a little unusual. We had 3 countries in one go! Ukraine, Belarus and Bulgaria – 3 trips, 3 amazing countries, so different but so similar. We want to thank all the students who took part in creating such awesome presentations about their countries: Anastasia Ozerova (Ukraine), Anna Baranova (Belarus), Adrian Stefanov, Kristina Todorova and Margaret Alexandrova (Bulgaria).

Chinese Student Reflects on Living and Studying in Saint Petersburg

Chinese Student Reflects on Living and Studying in Saint Petersburg
Charlie Song is a Chinese student who spent a semester at HSE University–St. Petersburg, focusing on Russian, Eurasian and Post-Soviet Studies. Charlie shared his impressions of Russian culture and life in St. Petersburg with the HSE news service, as well as some helpful tips for other international students.

From Istanbul Bilgi University to HSE, Students Share Their Experiences

For Yiğit Tahmisoğlu, Süleyman Saltoğlu and Ekimhan Can – students from Istanbul Bilgi University – the opportunity to study in the HSE and University of London Double Degree Bachelor’s Programme in Economics  has meant facing a number of challenges while simultaneously benefiting greatly from what the programme has to offer.

‘Being Smart’ Will Mean Different Things for Different Cities

‘Being Smart’ Will Mean Different Things for Different Cities
Neeraj Mazumder, a native of India, is a first-year student in the Master’s programme Prototyping Future Cities offered by HSE’s Vysokovsky Graduate School of Urbanism. He received his Bachelor’s in Architecture from Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture and Fine Arts University in Hyderabad and came to Moscow to study how cities can be analyzed and smart cities designed.