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Student Project Contest

News

3

22 October 2020

Theatre Studio, Music Club, and Airsoft Team

HSE Student Project Contest awards wide variety of student projects

5 June 2020

Green Technologies, Festival for School Children and a Reconstructed Play

The winners of the Student Project Contest have been announced

20 March 2020

Winners of Student Project Contest

Projects and implementation

What is the Student Project Contest?

The Student Project Contest is a way of providing financial support to student projects. A student or a group of students may submit their project and receive up to 300,000 roubles for its implementation.

Both individual and group applications from HSE students may be accepted. Not only students, but also HSE graduates and staff can participate in the contest, provided that the project is being conducted by a HSE student.

Students of all HSE campuses may take part in the contest.

Acceptance of applications for the competition of student initiatives will start September, 15, 2020
 

15  times the contest
held since 2014
732     projects have been registered
for the contest
174 projects have been declared
winners in the contest
21 122 835 ₽ have been allocated
for project implementation

Categories

 
Research and Education

 
Media

 
Travel Grants

 
Sport

 
Social projects

 
Urban projects

Success Stories

Contest Stages

1.
Students submit their project via the HSE Family's 'Student Projects' folder (international students may submit their proposals via e-mail)

2.
All HSE Family users and experts, as selected by the Fund Council, vote for the projects

3.
Public defense (students present their projects)


*Projects are assessed according to voting results - 50% of an assessment is based on the votes of HSE Family users, and the other 50% - on expert votes. According to these results, shortlists of projects for public defense are formed.

The final assessment of a student’s project is based on 50% of the Funding Council’s assessment and 50% of expert/user voting.