GSOM SPbU has provided its academic programs in an online format for the past two weeks. We have talked with Bachelor and Master students to find out their first impressions about their experience with online education.
MegaFon has supported GSOM SPbU in transferring the educational process to an online format. The technological solutions provided by the telecommunications company MegaFon will also enable the business school to provide a hotline for this online transition.
On March 16, it was decided to conduct all classes in online format using the capabilities of Microsoft Teams and BlackBoard
There, faculty, staff and students can find answers to the most common questions about transferring education to online and contacts for communication in order to quickly solve the problem
On March 16, all courses of GSOM SPbU educational programs began to transfer into the online format. The experience of these first days has shown that technological issues are solved more easily than many people think. A key challenge is to change the methodology for content presentation.
On March 12, in the Volkhovskiy Building, a workshop on crowdsourcing from specialists from the Yandex.Toloka team was held
From March 16, and until a special order at GSOM SPbU, all face-to-face events were canceled, and training on the main educational programs was completely transferred to the online format. Starting with the first online lesson, all lectures and seminars will be scheduled.
Speaker of the IV St. Petersburg International Labor Forum, Associate Professor of the Department of Organizational Behavior and Personnel Management GSOM SPbU Marina Latukha presented the results of a study of the migration intentions of Russian universities alumni
Dmitry Kucherov, associate professor of the department of organizational behavior and personnel management, presented the results of a joint study with Andrei Zamulin and Victoria Tsybova on the topic “How Young Professionals Choose Companies: Employer Brand and Salary Expectations”
On November 28, 2020, professors of the Graduate School of Management of St. Petersburg State University, Evgeny Yu. Blagov, Assistant of the Department of Information Technologies in Management, GSOM SPbU, and Andrew Ivanov, Head of the Professional Retraining Program “Management in Health Care”, GSOM SPbU, took part in the St. Petersburg International Labor Forum