Alexander Senatorov finished the Bachelor's programme 'Economics' in 2022. Back in his student years, he started his career as an analyst: firstly, he won an internship at 'Ozon Camp' and then became a junior marketing analyst. After graduation, Alexander took an interest in product analytics. After six interviews, he joined the gamification team at 'Tinkoff'. Find out about the career path of the graduate in the article.
‘Thanks to HSE University, I Trained Myself to Be Diligent and Grasp the Necessary Information Quickly’
Evgenia Grets is a 2020 graduate of the Bachelor's programme 'Political Science and World Politics'. Having received a strong foundation of knowledge and skills for working with information at HSE University-St Petersburg, Evgenia found her vocation in marketing. She is currently working as a product marketing manager at the company 'Dostaevskiy'. Read on to find out more about studies on the programme and her career path.
Peking University is one of the twenty best universities in the world according to two rankings—Times Higher Education and QS. It is hard to enrol there but quite possible for the graduates of HSE University-St Petersburg. Kirill Kravtsov managed to enrol there straight away after the Bachelor's programme 'Asian and African Studies'. In the record of the graduate are four internships in Chinese universities and several articles. We talked to Kirill about his studies in China and development within HSE University.
Academic mobility is an amazing opportunity not only to study abroad but also explore another country. Anastasia Kuprishkina, graduate of the Bachelor’s programme ‘Political Science and World Politics’, had a chance to go to Thammasat University and experience life in Thailand. Anastasia shares her impressions and memories of the trip in this interview.
HSE University alumni continue to share the results of their master's projects. Today, Anastasia Milkova talks about her extremely interesting paper on the ways China promotes its political and economic interests in Europe.
In her fourth and final year, Veronika Gareeva, a student of the Bachelor's track 'Environment and Interior', studied at Politecnico di Milanо under the academic mobility programme. She did so while working on her thesis project at the HSE Art and Design School and, as a result, enrolled in a master's programme at the Italian university. In this interview, Veronika talks about her studies in Italy and shares her personal story.
The first international Forum of African Graduates of Russian and Soviet Universities, held at HSE University-St Petersburg as part of the second Russia–Africa summit, has concluded.
'I Submitted My Documents to Three Universities: Oxford, Cambridge and the London School of Economics. I was Accepted in All Three'
At HSE University-St Petersburg, except for the main learning trajectory, over two years, the students master an additional one—a minor. It can help to find new optics for research, choose a profession or simply broaden the horizons. A minor helped Tatyana Novotolskaya, a graduate of the Bachelor's programme 'Sociology and Social Informatics', not only find a new area for research but also get enrolled in the Master's programme at Oxford University. Find out more about all these things and some pieces of advice for prospective students in our interview.
‘The Main Advice is Not to Be Afraid of Uncertainty’—Graduate of Comparative Politics of Eurasia on His Studies and Career in GR
Mikhail Grechishnikov enrolled in the Master's programme 'Comparative Politics of Eurasia' right after graduating from the Bachelor's programme 'Asian and African Studies' at HSE University-St Petersburg. The master's degree gave him a lot of opportunities: Mikhail made new acquaintances, studied important subjects such as data analytics, decided on the sphere he would like to work in, and started his career in the Government Relations Department at Megafon. He talks about all of this and more in his interview.
Pavel Ivanov is a 2023 graduate of the Bachelor's programme 'Political Science and World Politics'. Recently, he was named a winner of the political science research paper competition named after Max Weber and also participated in creating 'the first robot political scientist'. In his interview, Pavel shares his thoughts on his studies on the programme, his interest in data analytics, and the role of artificial intelligence in political expertise.