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Illustration for news: 'HSE University is Beyond My Expectations'

'HSE University is Beyond My Expectations'

The first semester will come to an end soon. The students have already met their groupmates and lecturers, faced the first exams and got their first grades. We talked to our international first-year students and asked them about their impressions of the university and educational programmes.

Illustration for news: Strengthening scientific ties with Uzbekistan

Strengthening scientific ties with Uzbekistan

HSE professors took part in an international conference in Tashkent and held a number of guest lectures.

Illustration for news: 'I Enjoy the Challenges of My New Project. Such Difficulties Help You to Grow'

'I Enjoy the Challenges of My New Project. Such Difficulties Help You to Grow'

Nikita Barsukov graduated from the Bachelor's programme 'Political Science' in 2019 and the Master's programme 'Big Data Analytics for Business, Economics and Society' in 2021. During the senior years of his Bachelor's, a minor course helped Nikita to find his calling in software development. He is currently building his career in this field. In his interview, Nikita talks about his student years, finding a job of his liking, and the corporate culture of Tinkoff.

Illustration for news: Galina Shirokova: 'Creativity and Imagination Help in Any Career'

Galina Shirokova: 'Creativity and Imagination Help in Any Career'

Lecturers from HSE University-St Petersburg and the University of Oregon (US) have designed a course aimed at developing creativity in business activities. Galina Shirokova, Professor at the Department of Management, talks about the course and shares her plans to develop imagination and creative thinking within the St Petersburg School of Economics and Management.

Illustration for news: International Admissions Have Started

International Admissions Have Started

On November 1, HSE University-St Petersburg started the international admissions campaign for the 2023/24 academic year. This year, the university offers 13 Bachelor's and 25 Master's programmes, four of which are new. We talked to the academic supervisors of the new programmes about the kind of students they expect to see and what future prospects graduates will have.

Illustration for news: 'Do Not Be Afraid to Be Active and Ambitious!'

'Do Not Be Afraid to Be Active and Ambitious!'

Arina Chebotareva is a 2022 graduate of the Master's programme 'Business and Politics in Modern Asia'. She successfully found employment in the partner company of the programme right after the internship. We asked Arina to tell us about her experience.

Illustration for news: Applying to HSE University in 2023: What’s New and What to Prepare for

Applying to HSE University in 2023: What’s New and What to Prepare for

The Admissions Committee has published the rules of admission for bachelor’s/specialist’s and master’s programmes at HSE University for next year. Read on to learn more about the ways to apply, the number of state-funded places, the new programmes and the specifics of the admissions campaign in 2023.

Illustration for news: 'You Should Not Pretend, But Be a Good Specialist'

'You Should Not Pretend, But Be a Good Specialist'

Anatolie Cecalenco was born in the Republic of Moldova and entered the Bachelor's programme 'Political Science' at HSE University. Then, he continued his education on the Master's programme 'Business and Politics in Modern Asia' at HSE University-St Petersburg. Currently, Anatolie is a PhD student and a lecturer at the campus. He also works as an ESG specialist for the company Business Solutions and Technology (which formerly operated in Russia as Deloitte). We talked to the PhD student about his studies and work.

Illustration for news: 'I Have to Get Used to the Fact that I Have a New Life'

'I Have to Get Used to the Fact that I Have a New Life'

Anastasia Novikova, graduate of the Bachelor's programme 'History', current student of the Master's programme 'Global and Regional History', talks about moving to France. What is it like to live and study in another country? What is 'Frenglish'? And why does buying a kiwi seem like a luxury? Read more about these questions and more in the article.

Illustration for news: 'A Topic Which Inspires'

'A Topic Which Inspires'

The journal Creativity and Innovation Management has published an article on how collaborations between art institutions, artists and commercial brands influence the consumer experience. The co-authors of the article—Alexandra Berezina, Evgeniya Druzhinina (graduates of the Master's programme 'Arts and Culture Management' at HSE University-St Petersburg), and Elena Zelenskaya (Associate Professor of the Department of Management)—share their impressions of working on the paper.