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From Political Science to Gamedev Company: Daniil Kornev on His Studies of Game Analysis and Why Political Scientists Need Python

From Political Science to Gamedev Company: Daniil Kornev on His Studies of Game Analysis and Why Political Scientists Need Python
Daniil Kornev is a 2022 graduate of the Bachelor’s programme 'Political Science and World Politics'. Now, he is studying in the campus master's programme in UX-analytics and working at a gamedev company as a head of data analysis direction. We talked to Daniil about how programming helped political scientists, which thesis topic could help you find a career to your liking and how computer games were related to political science.

'It Was the Only Company I Applied for': Egor Akimov on His Work at 'Tinkoff' and Career Consultations for Students

'It Was the Only Company I Applied for': Egor Akimov on His Work at 'Tinkoff' and Career Consultations for Students
Egor Akimov, a graduate of the Bachelor's programme 'International Business and Management', made the start of his career already during his studentship. He was accepted for an internship at 'Ozon', started working in the company and then became a product manager at 'Tinkoff'. To make it easier for students to take first career steps, he created the project 'Alumni Advice' where one can get consultations about work with HSE University-St Petersburg graduates. Find out what Egor shared about his career and the advantages of 'Alumni Advice'.

From Ozon to Tinkoff: Graduate of the Bachelor's in Economics Talks about His Work as an Analyst

From Ozon to Tinkoff: Graduate of the Bachelor's in Economics Talks about His Work as an Analyst
Alexander Senatorov graduated from the Bachelor's in Economics in 2022. However, he already started his career as an analyst during his student years, first by winning an internship at Ozon Camp and then becoming a junior marketing analyst. After graduation, Alexander took an interest in product analytics. After six interviews, he joined the gamification team at Tinkoff. Find out about his career path in this article.

'I am Interested in a Career in Academia the Most': HSE Graduate About His Admissions to China

'I am Interested in a Career in Academia the Most': HSE Graduate About His Admissions to China
Peking University is one of the twenty best universities in the world according to two rankings—Times Higher Education and QS. It is hard to enrol there but quite possible for the graduates of HSE University-St Petersburg. Kirill Kravtsov managed to enrol there straight away after the Bachelor's programme 'Asian and African Studies'. In the record of the graduate are four internships in Chinese universities and several articles. We talked to Kirill about his studies in China and development within HSE University.

‘Any Event is Firstly About Emotions, for Both Me and the Participants’

‘Any Event is Firstly About Emotions, for Both Me and the Participants’
Classes at the Hermitage, internships at the New Stage of the Alexandrinsky Theatre, cooperation with Sevkabel Port—all these things are part of student life on the Master's programme 'Arts and Culture Management'. Over the last year, Alisa Chernova, second-year student of the programme, has managed to study Dutch art in St Petersburg's main museum, attend the New Stage of the Alexandrinsky Theatre, and help organise the CIBA-2023 cultural event. Find out about these and Alisa's dream project in this interview.

‘I Simply Need to Want It—And Everything Will Be Within Reach’

‘I Simply Need to Want It—And Everything Will Be Within Reach’
In her fourth and final year, Veronika Gareeva, a student of the Bachelor's track 'Environment and Interior', studied at Politecnico di Milanо under the academic mobility programme. She did so while working on her thesis project at the HSE Art and Design School and, as a result, enrolled in a master's programme at the Italian university. In this interview, Veronika talks about her studies in Italy and shares her personal story.

'I Submitted My Documents to Three Universities: Oxford, Cambridge and the London School of Economics. I was Accepted in All Three'

'I Submitted My Documents to Three Universities: Oxford, Cambridge and the London School of Economics. I was Accepted in All Three'
At HSE University-St Petersburg, except for the main learning trajectory, over two years, the students master an additional one—a minor. It can help to find new optics for research, choose a profession or simply broaden the horizons. A minor helped Tatyana Novotolskaya, a graduate of the Bachelor's programme 'Sociology and Social Informatics', not only find a new area for research but also get enrolled in the Master's programme at Oxford University. Find out more about all these things and some pieces of advice for prospective students in our interview.

'It Was a Kaleidoscope of Emotions'—Daria Shturma on Organising Events for SDS, Curatorship and Friendship

'It Was a Kaleidoscope of Emotions'—Daria Shturma on Organising Events for SDS, Curatorship and Friendship
A graduate of the Bachelor's programme 'International Business and Management', Daria Shturma, managed to try herself in various aspects of extracurricular life over four years of studies. She organised lots of events, was a curator for first-years, a host for several Doors Open Days and the SEM Ball. We talked to Daria about interesting stories from the life of an organiser, a new event of management curators and friendship.

'University is a Community of Both Current and Future Professionals': How HSE Orientation Week Went

'University is a Community of Both Current and Future Professionals': How HSE Orientation Week Went
HSE Orientation Week came to an end. It was organised by the Career Centre and the Alumni Community. Within a week, there were 12 meetings at HSE University-St Petersburg in which 40 alumni of the campus and 350 first-years took part. The alumni shared with the students their experience in career building and discussed the issues of employment. Read about the impressions of the organisers and participants in the article.