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Time has always posed challenges for those who work in the media industry. Such a complex field has a great number of interrelated components – from social change to revolutionary advances in technology.
We suggest taking a look at social processes in a much broader way by studying journalism, media management, directing basics, film editing, the stages of the creative process, and the production cycle of creating a multimedia work – simply put, everything that can be called journalism, media, and communications.
The instructors and practitioners of the School of Media teach in programmes specializing in Journalism, Media Management, Multimedia Journalism, and Media Production in Creative Industries. We take a project-based approach to learning, offering our own contemporary production base that allows for the most diverse products to be created – from newspaper layouts to multimedia articles and TV shows.
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The School of Media under the Faculty of Communications, Media and Design has signed partnership agreements on student mobility with several foreign universities. Students have the opportunity to study abroad with full or partial credit transfer under the general procedures of the Bologna Process.
In January-February 2015, three students studied in Paris, France at École supérieure de commerce.
In 2014-2015, six students of the faculty completed their studies at KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), with one student also studying at the University of Tübingen (Germany).
During the 2014 spring semester, four students of the faculty studied at the Karlshochschule International University (Germany), Kookmin University (South Korea) and KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden).
Since 2008, HSE has held one-week internships with the Cologne School of Journalism. The project aims to introduce the editorials of leading German media and their principles of work to Russian students. In 2014 nineteen master’s students of the School of Media had an internship at Cologne School of Journalism. Every year at least 20 students come from Cologne to Moscow to get acquainted with leading Russian media.
In 2013, six students went to study at KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), the University of Bologna (Italy) and the Karlshochschule International University (Germany).