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The Faculty of Computer Science was created with the goal of becoming one of the world’s leading faculties for developers and researchers in data analysis, machine learning, big data, theoretical computer science, bioinformatics, system and software engineering, system programming, and distributed computing. In cooperation with major companies like Yandex, Sberbank, SAS, Samsung, 1C, and many others, the Faculty provides both deep theoretical knowledge and hands-on practical experience in many branches of contemporary computer science.
Ilya Segalovich Scholarship is created to support students fascinated by science and technology. It is awarded for outstanding achievements in study and research. It is available to the first, second, and third-year bachelor students, first-year master students, and first and second-year doctoral school students (third-year students of the four-year programme are eligible as well).
Sixteen scholarships are awarded annually by the board of the Faculty of Computer Science professors, totaling the sum of 3,420,000₽. Bachelor students receive 30,000₽, master students – 35,000₽, and doctoral students – 40,000₽ per month. The number of scholarships awarded to each category varies every year.
Ilya Segalovich (1964-2013) was a co-founder and CTO of Yandex. He has created the first Yandex search engine and the word Yandex itself. A man of learning and active citizen, Segalovich helped to organise “Children of Mary” rehabilitation centre. He had five children.
Yandex Competitive Programming Achievements Scholarship is granted to the members of a competitive programming team eligible for the Northern Eurasia Programming Contest no more than one year before.
Scholarships are awarded four times per year - November to December, January to March, April to June, and September to October.
The standard scholarship is 15,000₽ per month. A special scholarship of 30,000₽ per month is given to the students eligible to compete in the ICPC finals.
Scholarships are awarded by the joint board of HSE University and Yandex representatives approved by the Dean of the Faculty of Computer Science.
Students eligible for the Competitive Programming Achievements Scholarship can apply for other scholarships as well.
This scholarship is awarded to the Faculty of Computer Science first-year bachelor students who have received gold, silver, or bronze medal of the International Olympiad in Informatics, International Mathematical Olympiad, or International Physics Olympiad.
The scholarship of 20,000₽ per month is granted for a full year.
1C:Scholarship is awarded for the achievements in project work and research based on topics proposed by 1C. First to third-year bachelor students and first-year master students are eligible for the scholarship (fourth-year bachelor students can apply provided that they will enroll at the Faculty of Computer Science’s master’s programme.)
Mentors and project supervisors can nominate students. Scholarships are granted by the board of 1C and Faculty of Computer Science representatives. Annually, ten scholarships of 10,000₽ or 20,000₽ per month can be granted.