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The HSE School of Cultural Studies bases its educational and research activities on a combination of innovative and classical approaches to preparing culture researchers. The key guiding principles are the liberal arts and contemporary cultural traditions.
The education is geared towards a broad range of ‘liberal arts' which complies with the classic principles of university education. Our focus is on a wide range of general university disciplines (psychology, political sciences, sociology, economics and others), as well as philosophy and social theory subjects as well as various courses on the history of culture and arts. The contents of the courses respond to current demands for the analysis and interpretation of cultural phenomena. The School is closely aligned to modern creative & cultural industries which are part of the specialized education in the master's programmes.
The School has one undergraduate degree program ('Cultural Studies') and two master's programs ('Visual Culture' and 'Applied Cultural Studies').
Since 2020 the School has a Postgraduate Program 'Cultural studies'.