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
On March 30, the 4th module will start at HSE University - Saint Petersburg. Study process switches to distant form. How will it be organized? What do I do with the Physical Education classes? How will I defend my thesis? Natalia Chicherina, Professor and Deputy Director, answers the questions about distance learning.
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.
Third issue with opportunities digest for social sciences students
'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.