Liudmila Veselova, academic supervisor of the programme 'Business and Politics in Modern Asia', took part in meeting with ESC Rennes Business School students.
Valentina Morozova, professor, Department of Asian and African Studies, speaks on the Asian countries' sociocultural specifics influence on business negotiations and tells how to teach students the methods of interactions with Chinese partners.
HSE Saint Petersburg Opens a Double Degree Programme in Asian Studies with Ca' Foscari University of Venice!
The agreement on the development of a double degree programme between the HSE master's programme 'Business and Politics in Modern Asia' and the University of Ca’ Foscari Master's programme in 'Language and Management in China' is successfully signed.
One of the advantages of the Master's programme in 'Business and Politics in Modern Asia' is that many faculty members have experience working in business in Asia. One of these highly qualified specialists, senior lecturer and professor of practice of the Department of Political Science, Sergey A. Kolesnichenko, speaks about his experience working with Chinese companies and gives advice about how to find a job in China.
An interview with Alena Pavlova, the president of the Association for Development of Sinology about Russian-Chinese cultural coneections development perspectives, the level of Chinese needed to acquire a job in China and possiblities for HSE students within an internship in the Association.
It starts on September 1st, 3 PM Moscow Time.
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.