HSE’s School of Media Offers English-taught Courses
Last semester, journalism students and international exchange students were able to select two subjects taught in English: American Political Rhetoric and Journalism and International Environment. We decided to learn more about these courses from students and teachers.
‘I Know That More Than One Olympic Games Await Me’
Several HSE graduates worked at the Olympic Games, which recently came to a close in Rio. Elena Stenkina, Daria Smirnova, and Evgenia Dolina told the HSE news service how they came into the sports industry thanks to HSE, even though several years ago they couldn’t even imagine having anything to do with sports.
RBK, Esquire and The Village journalists teach Perm HSE students how to captivate their readers
HSE Perm students attended a spring school on communications in Moscow, organised by the School of Integrated Communications and School of Media.
'Journalism Is a Very Simple Profession'
In November, Ilya Azar, a journalist and graduate of the Higher School of Economics, won the HSE Alumni Awards in the category ‘Fourth Estate’. In this edition of Success Builder, Ilya speaks about how to get a job in the media, what journalistic ethics are, and how to survive in the hot spots without body armour.
Book Published About the Mythologisation of Western Values during Perestroika
A book entitled The Mythologies of Capitalism and the End of the Soviet Project by Associate Professor at the HSE Faculty of Media Communications Olga Baysha has been published by Lexington Books (United States).