Higher School of Economics and University of Leeds made a collaboration agreement
At the initiative of Institute for Transport Economics and Transport Policy Studies the Higher School of Economics University and Institute for Transport Studies of the University of Leeds, United Kingdom signed the Memorandum of Understanding aimed at further development of long term collaboration.
Leeds, United Kingdom
The Higher School of Economics, acting through its Institute for Transport Economics and Transport Policy Studies and represented by the first vice rector Leonid M. Gohberg and the University of Leeds, acting through its Institute of Transport Studies and represented by the Secretary Roger Gair made an academic and research collaboration agreement which is effective from February 20, 2018. The initiative to make an agreement came from the HSE Institute for Transport Economics and Transport Policy Studies.
In the next three years the universities will focus on the following activities: collaborative research projects, exchange of publications as well as research and teaching experience, organization of joint academic activities, such as courses, conferences, seminars, symposia and lectures, and students’ exchange and internship programs.
Memorandum of Understanding