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55 Sedova Ulitsa, Building 2, room 310
phone (812) 560-03-32

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Administration
Head of the Department Irina Shchemeleva
Deputy Head Natalia V. Smirnova
Teaching and Learning Specialist Tatiana Molchanova
Teaching and Learning Specialist Alina Ponomareva
Teaching and Learning Specialist Anastasiya Smolina
Events
May 24 – May 29
Deadline for abstract submission - April 23, 2021 
May 29
Deadline for abstract submission - May 14th, 2021 
Book
Public Administration: Perspectives, Management and Challenges

Rubtсova M. V., Меньшикова Г. А., Пруель Н. А. et al.

NY: Nova Science Publishers Inc, 2020.

Book chapter
Transparency of Public Policy in Russia: From Imitation to Innovation

Menshikova G. A., Pruel N. A., Rubtсova M. V. et al.

In bk.: Public Administration: Perspectives, Management and Challenges. NY: Nova Science Publishers Inc, 2020. Ch. 1. P. 1-36.

Working paper
PREDANIE, LEGENDA, SKAZANIE: THREE GENERIC LABELS IN VLADIMIR ODOEVSKY’S WORKS

Tuliakova N. A.

Literary Studies. WP BRP. Высшая школа экономики, 2018. No.  26/LS/2018.

Features of teaching German

At the educational programs of the HSE St. Petersburg "Philology", "History", "Political Science and World Politics", a program in German "Second Foreign Language (German)" is being implemented. Certification takes place in the form of an exam and is compulsory for all students of the HSE St. Petersburg.

The purpose of mastering the discipline "Second foreign language (German)" is the mastery of knowledge and competencies in the field of modern German language - oral and written speech, normative grammar and vocabulary in the amount stipulated by this program, which provides conditions for students to achieve a level that allows them to feel free in the German cultural and linguistic space, the life mode of which is the multiplicity and active interaction of various ideas, perspectives and ways of expression.