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Illustration for news: The Red Turtle, Kubrick's Satire, and Cheerful Pierre Richard: Seven Films for Every Day of the Week

The Red Turtle, Kubrick's Satire, and Cheerful Pierre Richard: Seven Films for Every Day of the Week

HSE St. Petersburg Editorial Office and the student discussion club '35 mm' suggest spending self-isolation at home watching movies. We have compiled a digest of 7 films—one for each day of the week. It is time to get acquainted with the works of Bergman, rethink The Toy film, and watch the anime by Hayao Miyazaki.

Illustration for news: Ballet and Five-hour Video Walk around the Hermitage. What Else Can I Do Online?

Ballet and Five-hour Video Walk around the Hermitage. What Else Can I Do Online?

Preventive measures due to the novel coronavirus forced many theatres and museums shut down until better days. However, there are exhibitions, discussions, and performances which you can watch online, so you can enjoy cultural life while staying at home. HSE St. Petersburg's Editorial Office tells where you can listen to the opera, watch ballet, or participate in a book seminar.

Illustration for news: Anna Poberezhnaya Talks about Her Experience of Volunteering in Japan

Anna Poberezhnaya Talks about Her Experience of Volunteering in Japan

Anna Poberezhnaya, the first-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 community 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.

Illustration for news: Work and Study: What Will Change in Employment Legislation for International Students

Work and Study: What Will Change in Employment Legislation for International Students

State Duma passed a bill that simplifies the procedure for employment of international students in Russia. The bill will take effect in August 2020.

Illustration for news: 3 Rules of Creative Work or How to Finish Your Projects

3 Rules of Creative Work or How to Finish Your Projects

On Halloween, October 31, prominent American graphic novelist Craig Thompson visited HSE — St. Petersburg School of Art and Design as part of his mini-book tour in Russia organized by the Bumkniga comic book publishing house headed by Dmitry Yakovlev.

Illustration for news: ‘I Got My Internship at the Dinner at the G20/Y20 Summit’

‘I Got My Internship at the Dinner at the G20/Y20 Summit’

Ruslan Valiev, a fourth-year student in the bachelor's programme ‘Political Science and World Politics’ managed to complete an impossible mission this summer—namely, to represent Russia at the G20/Y20 Summit and to land an internship at a Japanese energy company.

Illustration for news: What Is the International Student Forum and AIS?

What Is the International Student Forum and AIS?

Interview with Florence Ibuowo, a member of the Association of International students of HSE St. Petersburg, on her experience in campus, the association and upcoming Forum.

Illustration for news: New Destinations for Studying Abroad

New Destinations for Studying Abroad

On January 13-24, a delegation of HSE University –  St Petersburg visited China in order to strengthen current partnerships and develop the new ones. As the result, the number of partnerships with Chinese universities increased to 7, and overall it is over 80.

Over 300 Students Get Involved in Cultures Day 2018

Cultures Day is held annually at HSE University in St. Petersburg. This year, it was celebrated on May 24, 2018. International and domestic students came together to share their traditions, customs and heritage.

HSE Alumnus Appointed Minister of Digital Development

Konstantin Noskov, who received his Master’s degree from HSE University in 2001, will head the Ministry of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media. He is the second HSE alumnus to join the Russian government: Maxim Oreshkin will continue to lead the Ministry of Economic Development.

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