Denis Mochalin is a third-year Management program student of the Organizational Behavior and Personnel Management profile. For the internship, Denis had chosen Geropharm — during Management Career Week 2019/Autumn he managed to get to know a pharmaceutical company and a future mentor. In this interview Denis talked about how the internship went, what competencies were necessary and what you should pay attention to when selecting a place for your internship.
Mariia Merzliakova, an alumna of the Graduate School of Management, Saint Petersburg State University (GSOM SPbU) 2017, Financial Management program. After GSOM, she went to America and graduated from the University of Southern California with a MS in Marketing Analytics program. Mariia currently works for Sebastian Professional, COTY (French-American cosmetics manufacturer) as Trade Marketing Manager. In an interview, she said what prevented her from enrolling in a master's program right away, why she decided to move to America, and why she chose the beauty industry to develop her future career, and much more.
Daria Volobueva is an alumna of the Graduate School of Management of St. Petersburg State University (GSOM SPbU) of 2020 of Bachelor program in Management. During her studies, she received an offer to McKinsey & Company. We asked Daria about studying at GSOM, the selection process at McKinsey and asked for some tips for prospective business school students.
Georgy Baskhaev is an alumnus of Corporate Finance Master's program of the Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg State University (GSOM SPbU) in 2020. During his studies, Georgy received an offer to VTB Capital. In an interview, the he told why he decided to enroll in GSOM, why he was interested in VTB and who inspired him to pass a selection for the company.
Ekaterina Baranova is a second-year student of the MiM program at the Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg State University (GSOM SPbU). Together with the team, she founded the startup accelerator STARTUP HUB, a project supported by the business school. We learned from Ekaterina why a startup accelerator is needed, whether it is easy to find a good idea for a project, and business cannot do without mistakes.
Alexandra Bayakina graduated from the Graduate School of Management at St. Petersburg State University (GSOM SPbSU) in 2012. After completing her studies, she moved to the Netherlands and in 2013 began working for Tesla. Now Alexandra is leading the Tesla Business Analytics team in Europe. In an interview, Alexandra spoke about her career path in the company, about the competencies obtained at GSOM, which were useful in her daily work, and gave several recommendations to future Master students.
Nikita Dreval, a fourth-year Bachelor student at the Graduate School of Management of St. Petersburg State University (GSOM SPbU), is the organizer of many extracurricular activities of the business school — Management Career Week, sports competitions, as well as a participant and winner of case championships. In an interview, Nikita told why he chose education at GSOM, how he combines study and active participation in business school events, as well as about an internship at Tele2.
Marina Talyanskaya is a 2020 graduate of the Business Analytics and Big Data program. During her studies, Marina spent an exchange semester at the University of Mannheim in Germany. We asked Marina why she decided to choose this particular university for exchange, how her studies were useful, and what surprised her the most about Germany.
Ulyana Danyliv, an alumnus of the Master in Management program in 2020, a participant in the CEMS program, received an offer to Google while studying and now holds the position of Associate Account Strategist. In an interview, Ulyana told why she chose the Master program in GSOM, what skills that she got in the business school were useful in work and how is it to work at Google.
Andrzej Stashkevich, an alumnus of the 2019 Healthcare Management professional program and Deputy Director of the Center for the Rehabilitation of the Child St. Petersburg Charity Fund. The “I can walk” foundation and the children's medical rehabilitation center “Help Walk” help children with cerebral palsy to become independent using an integrated approach to medical rehabilitation. Andrzej spoke about the activities of the foundation today and the first steps of development 30 years ago, about education GSOM and the benefits of knowledge in daily activities.
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