This year, HSE University-St Petersburg's traditional HSE SPB Day event returned in an offline format. It was held on September 11 in the Sevkabel Port creative space. Students, lecturers, the administration and partners of the campus met by the Gulf of Finland to celebrate the brightest holiday of the autumn, which symbolised the beginning of the academic year and an initiation ceremony for first-year students.
The HSE IT Office is implementing Russian equivalents of digital services
Students of the HSE University-St Petersburg Master's programme in Arts and Culture Management conducted a study of the visitor experience at the Fabergé Museum based on an exhibition of artworks by Salvador Dalí. The results of this and other joint projects with the museum are to be included in the programme’s curriculum.
Studies and Mobility at HSE University in View of the Current International Situation: Answers to the Most Pressing Questions
Due to the situation in Ukraine, students and staff have a lot of questions regarding studies and academic mobility. Here are answers to the most frequent questions. This list will continue to be updated.
On February 25, at the initiative of the Student Council, a Situation Centre was created at HSE University. HSE University – St. Petersburg administration and the Student Council will take part in the joint organisation of the work of the Situation Centre. Psychologists, lawyers, employees of educational offices and other HSE departments will be involved in the work at the Centre.
CIBA-2022: New Stage of the Alexandrinsky Theatre, Aesthetic Intelligence, and Top Industry Speakers
On March 5, the New Stage of the Alexandrinsky Theatre will host the 'CIBA: Creative Industries. Business. Art' for the second time. This art event was created by students of the master's programme 'Arts and Culture Management'. The event will bring together prominent speakers (and one secret guest!) from the art industry, who will focus on the topic of aesthetic intelligence. The event has already been included in the Alexandrinsky Theatre’s repertoire and has been ranked among the top 5 events according to the Theatre.
Pursuing a career as an arts manager requires a degree in fine arts or other related sphere. Here at HSE – St. Petersburg, we have a unique Master's programme in Arts and Culture Management which was specially designed to prepare students for work in the creative arts industry. During the programme students learn and hone competencies of an art manager, get an Italian master's degree, take a chance to work on real-life projects with iconic art institutions, get involved in a Research and Study group or project laboratories organised jointly with a world-famous luxury jewellery house – the Maison Cartier. In this interview, the academic director of the programme, Yulia Trabskaya, told us about the main features of the programme, its partnership with well-known art institutions, foreign campaigns, current projects, as well as revealed how to study in Italy for a year and shared the latest news for the 2022 intake.
Within the framework of the ‘Cartier & HSE: the Future is Youth’ meeting, a presentation dedicated to the partnership between the HSE campus in Saint Petersburg and a world-famous luxury jewellery house took place with the participation of Yanina Novitskaya, Managing Director of Cartier in Russia, Ukraine, and the CIS, and Sergey Kadochnikov, Director of the HSE Campus in St Petersburg.
Our international student Ruslan Gofurov - about studying in Russia, the benefits of the gained knowledge, and the importance of making the right choiceм
Ruslan Gofurov, a 2nd year student of the Arts and Culture Management program, told his story about admission to the master's program, and shared his impressions of the academic disciplines.