- Ernest Matskyavichyus has been at HSE University since 2020.
On November 8 and 9, HSE University hosted the All-Russian Conference 'Media and Information Literacy in Russia: Latest Trends.' The conference was organised jointly by the Russian Committee of the UNESCO Information for All Programme and the Institute of Media of the HSE Faculty of Creative Industries. The event was timed to coincide with UNESCO's Global Week of Media and Information Literacy.
Nikita Anisimov was appointed Rector of HSE University two years ago. In his interview with Ernest Mackevičius, Director of the HSE University Institute of Media, journalist, and television presenter, the HSE rector talks about how he came to the university, its achievements and development plans, and how to tell the difference between AI-produced and human texts.
On March 28, "Sirius" hosted the launch of the fourth season of the largest project for children and teenagers—the all-Russian contest "Bolshaya Peremena". Ernest Matskyavichyus, Director of the Media Institute, was awarded the First Prize in the category "For Contribution to the Development of the Movement of the Firsts".
Nikita Anisimov, Rector of the National Research University Higher School of Economics, visited the FCI Media Institute
The rector toured the campus on Khitrovka, examined the condition of classrooms and studios, the student canteen, visited the FCI (Faculty of Creative Industries) media.center. During the discussion with Ernest Matskyavichyus, director of the Media Institute, he learned more about the facility and plans to improve it.
HSE University and the business daily Vedomosti (Business News Media JSC) have signed a cooperation agreement within the framework of the Contemporary Journalism Master's programme. Students from the HSE Institute of Media will complete internships in the editorial office of Vedomosti. They will also study ‘Business Journalism Formats’, a course which will help consolidate their knowledge on the genres and formats of modern economic media.
HSE University and National Media Group—Russia’s largest private media holding—have agreed to jointly implement the Master’s in Media Management run by the university’s Institute of Media. The collaboration involves the joint development of courses for the Master’s programme and the provision of internships for students.