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Master’s Programme 'Cultural and Event Tourism Management'

Our Master’s programme prepares highly qualified professionals, who often pursue careers in the tourism and hospitality industries, various creative sectors, cultural and event organizations, IT firms, and marketing companies.

The programme and its courses are largely multidisciplinary in nature, featuring different types of project work for the organizing committees of major events, creative firms, and top rated hotels. In fact, the programme has a particular international focus, since the majority of its disciplines are taught in English, while also featuring innovative online courses, offered by international academic institutions. Furthermore, students have an opportunity to work on projects by order of state administrative bodies specializing in the tourism and hospitality spheres. In addition, the programme’s coursework zeroes in on the key instruments of the digital economy, the ‘sharing’ economy, and the consumer habits of Generations X, Y, and Z.

2 years
Full-time Programme
RUSENG
Instruction in Russian and English
Russian government and HSE scholarships and tuition fee waivers not applicable

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Illustration for news: HSE University — Saint Petersburg Goes Online

HSE University — Saint Petersburg Goes Online

Due to the threat of the spread of the novel coronavirus infection COVID-19 and in accordance with the decree of the governor of St. Petersburg, undergraduate, graduate, and doctorate students will study online as from November 16, 2020.

Illustration for news: All Lectures of the Second Module Will Be Delivered Online

All Lectures of the Second Module Will Be Delivered Online

In-person classes will be held no more than three days a week

Illustration for news: HSE University Returns to Campus

HSE University Returns to Campus

Answers to your most important questions

Illustration for news: In-Person Instruction, Mask Regime, and Temperature Checks

In-Person Instruction, Mask Regime, and Temperature Checks

The COVID-19 prevention measures HSE University is implementing in the new academic year

Illustration for news: Students Can Do a Trial Run of Proctored Exams

Students Can Do a Trial Run of Proctored Exams

Taking an optional trial test will help you better prepare for your online proctored exams

Illustration for news: ‘I Am Confident Students Will Do Well on Their Online Exams’

‘I Am Confident Students Will Do Well on Their Online Exams’

Vice Rector Sergey Roshchin on taking proctored exams

Illustration for news: HSE Amends Spring Holiday Schedule: Classes Will Be Held as Usual from May 6 to 8

HSE Amends Spring Holiday Schedule: Classes Will Be Held as Usual from May 6 to 8

The HSE University Administration has signed an amendment to the academic calendar for the 2019/2020 academic year.

Illustration for news: 4th module classes to begin online!

4th module classes to begin online!

Address by Dean Elena Rogova and Deputy Dean Elizaveta Shushunova regarding the start of classes of the 4th module in the remote format.

Illustration for news: HSE Outranks Russian Universities in 10 QS Subject Rankings

HSE Outranks Russian Universities in 10 QS Subject Rankings

HSE University has made the 2020 QS World University Rankings by Subject in 23 broad and specific subject areas, which is four more than last year. HSE now ranks in 19 of the 38 subject rankings in which Russian universities are represented; as well as in four out of five broad subject areas. HSE has entered the list of the world’s top 100 universities in five subjects, including History and Social Policy & Administration, where it has ranked for the first time.

Illustration for news: HSE University Enters Top-5 of Best Russian Universities in National Survey

HSE University Enters Top-5 of Best Russian Universities in National Survey

According to a national survey conducted by VCIOM, HSE University ranks fifth in the ‘People’s Ranking of Russian Universities’. A total of 1,600 Russians aged over 18 participated in the survey, which was carried out through phone interviews, relying on a random sample of landline and mobile numbers.