'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 of working with information at HSE University-St Petersburg, Evgenia found her vocation in marketing. At the moment, the graduate is a product marketing manager at the company 'Dostaevskiy'. Find out more about the studies in the programme and her career path in the article.
Andrey Punin, the main curator of the track 'Environment and Interior', and graduate Veronica Gareeva developed a design concept for an exposition titled 'Porcelain of the Tsars', which opened in the National Museum in Belgrade as part of the Hermitage Days event in Serbia.
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.
The work by Sofia Fedotova, 4th-year student of the Bachelor's track 'Communication Design', has made it to the final of the MAX3MIN 'very short' film festival in Italy.
Natalia Khazieva is a senior lecturer at the Department of Management at the School of Economics and Management. She teaches two important courses in the Master's programme in International Business in the Asia-Pacific Region: 'Strategic Management' and 'Digital Business Transformation'.
From next year, students of the Bachelor's programme 'Political Science and World Politics' will be able to develop their project skills in a specialised seminar and a course of projects based on a 'project service learning' method. Magdalena Gaete, Head of the Laboratory for Reputation Management in Education (RepLab), will deliver the project seminar and coordinate projects. We talked to Prof. Gaete about what students should expect from the programme and why participation in projects is useful.
Today, we will roam about grand and unvarnished St Petersburg with Yaroslav Boldinov, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Financial Law. He spent all his childhood in the Petrogradka district—at the corner of Krasnogo Kursanta Street and Maly Prospect, often walked near 'Kamchatka' and the house of Basevich and later became a regular guest of the Senate Square. Find out where you can find atmospheric organ recitals, where rock musicians bought vinyl records and cassettes at the Karpovka and the mansion of Shroeter says—in the interview.
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.
‘All Week, We’ve Been Singing Along to the Guitar’. HSE University First-Years Share Their First Impressions
A week has passed since the start of the new academic year on September 1. The HSE University-St Petersburg editorial office talked to first-years about their first impressions of the university, independent life, and the city.
Classes at the Hermitage, internships at the New Stage of the Alexandrinsky Theatre, cooperation with Sevkabel Port—all these things are part of student life on the Master's programme 'Arts and Culture Management'. Over the last year, Alisa Chernova, second-year student of the programme, has managed to study Dutch art in St Petersburg's main museum, attend the New Stage of the Alexandrinsky Theatre, and help organise the CIBA-2023 cultural event. Find out about these and Alisa's dream project in this interview.