‘Our Graduates Launch Innovative Businesses and Make Science-based Decisions’
The well-developed field of science, technology and innovation supports economic growth and social progress. Large-scale tasks and high salary offers speak to the need for professionals in managing science, technology, and innovation (STI) development. Anna Pikalova, Head of the HSE University ISSEK Department of Educational Programmes, explains how HSE University trains these kinds of professionals in its English-language Master’s in Governance of Science, Technology and Innovation.
‘The Point of Studying Economics Is to Work for the Greater Good in a World of Limited Resources’
Han Da Eun from South Korea and Yang Yi from China are fourth-year students of the Bachelor’s in Economics run by the HSE University Faculty of Economic Sciences. The pair spoke to the HSE News Service about how they ended up in Russia and HSE University, their experiences of learning Russian, and how they’ve managed to succeed in subjects from mathematics to sociology in this difficult foreign language.