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Source: State University Higher School of Economics – State University “Higher School of Economics” –

February 6 HSE National Research University – St. Petersburg was presented at the stand of the northern capital at the International Exhibition and Forum “Russia”. Rector of the Higher School of Economics Nikita Anisimov conducted a quiz “Entertaining Physics”. And the director Center for Modern Media Communications HSE, TV presenter Arina Sharapova shared with visitors the secrets of the profession of a TV reporter.

The exposition “Regions of Russia” is the heart of the International Exhibition and Forum “Russia”. Here visitors can get acquainted with the main achievements of each subject of our country, listen to a lecture and concert, take part in a master class and interactive game, and receive comprehensive information on almost any subject – from the space industry to folk crafts. This year, all subjects of the Russian Federation, without exception, were participants in the exhibition, which were represented by the most advanced organizations from the fields of science and education, culture and business. Among the representatives of the Northwestern Federal District was the National Research University Higher School of Economics – St. Petersburg.

Two HSE campuses—Moscow and St. Petersburg—jointly prepared a rich program for exhibition guests. The day began with a master class on creating design posters, conducted by students Design Schools of the National Research University Higher School of Economics – St. Petersburg. With the help of a stencil, acrylic paints and rich imagination, anyone could make and take home their own poster.

Rector of the Higher School of Economics Nikita Anisimov acted as the host of the “Entertaining Physics” quiz. While the participating teams were being formed, he introduced Anna Tyshetskaya, director of the National Research University Higher School of Economics – St. Petersburg, to the guests of the stand. “It’s great and good to study at the Higher School of Economics in St. Petersburg,” said Nikita Anisimov. — The Higher School of Economics in St. Petersburg has 8,000 students. These are seven faculties. A quarter of all programs are in English. And this is also a very difficult study: the passing score is more than 95! This is the most international campus of our university. We have many exchange programs. Over the past year, we have built new connections with Indonesia, Malaysia, and Latin America. And all this is the Higher School of Economics – St. Petersburg!” After such a start, the intellectual quiz was fun and a breeze.

Director of the Center for Modern Media Communications Faculty of Creative Industries HSE, TV presenter Arina Sharapova, at a meeting with guests of the exhibition, shared the secrets of the profession of a TV reporter. To the great delight of her fans, she immediately demonstrated in practice how to behave in front of the camera, and then gave a master class.

Along with the forum visitors, First Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Science and Higher School of the Administration of St. Petersburg Irina Ganus, Senior Director of Communications of the Higher School of Economics in Moscow Andrey Lavrov, Deputy Senior Director of Communications and Advisor of the Higher School of Economics in St. Petersburg Alexey tried themselves as television journalists Rubtsov and the boss Center for Digital Communications National Research University Higher School of Economics – Moscow Maxim Alekseev.

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