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In 2019 the Higher School of Economics (St. Petersburg) signed a cooperation agreement with the Russian-Chinese Business Park (RCBP). Students of the Master Programme “Business and Politics in Modern Asia” showed interest in the new partner of the University and many of them wanted to do an internship at the RCBP, one of the students even defended his Master thesis based on the data obtained during the internship in the Business Park.
Last year, the team of the teacher of our master's program was replenished with a young teacher Emil Kamalov, who taught one of the most important subjects for our students, namely "Methodology for Sociopolitical Research in East Asia". We decided to ask Emil Kamalov about his first year at the HSE and about his professional plans for the future.
Congratulations to our students on the successful completion of the master thesis defence in a new format!
3-4 June was conducted the defence of master thesis of 2nd year students of the Master's Program "Business and Politics in Modern Asia".
Ivan Kotliarov: 'There Will Be a Demand for Specialists Who Are Ready to Defend Russia's Interests in This Cooperation with the Eastern countries'
Interview with Ivan D. Kotliarov, associate professor, department of finance, HSE - Saint Peterburg about coronavirus pandemia's influence on economic situation in Asia and HSE eastern studies programmes development in the context of Russia turning to the East.
Future and Possibilities of Interdisciplinary Asia-Oriented Programmes' Graduates: Interview with Prof. Natalia Ribberink.
Natalia Ribberink, professor of Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, tells about geopolitical processes in Modern Asia, future of Russian-Chinese relations and potential of intersidciplinary Asia-oriented master's programmes' graduates
Anna Poberezhnaya, the 1st year student of the Master’s Programme ‘Business and Politics in Modern Asia’, took part in a voluntary workcamp project in Japan. Anna and her volunteer mates were helping the people affected by an earthquake and tsunami in 2011, to become a part of the communitey of the cite they were moved to. Anna gave a little interview to Programme students and told which skills are required for volunteers in an East Asian country and what of experience did she get there.
"The Work Experience in an International Company and Skills Gained via Internship Cannot Be Overestimated"
2nd year student Valeria Shabellova tells about her internship in China.
'We Welcome Students with Different Backgrounds If They Are Willing to Work Hard and Try New Things'
Associate Professor Svetlana Krivokhizh, one of the founders of the Master's Programme 'Business and Politics in Modern Asia', discusses the reasons for launching the Programme, the success of the programme's first graduating class, and the requirements for programme applicants.
Maria Krasilova reports on her participation in the Fund's Workshop and excelling in the scholarship competition.