Institute for the Humanities and Information Technologies (IGUMO):
- 25 years in the education system;
- 6 up-to-date fields of education;
- State-recognised diploma;
- Indefinite license and state accreditation;
- High employment rate of graduates;
- Unrivaled atmosphere of professional development and creativity
International College for Arts and Communication (MKIK):
- Higher education teachers;
- 8 fields of education;
- State-recognised diploma
IGUMO and MKIK make up a unified educational space with all opportunities for professional and creative self-fulfilment of students.
Nowadays mass media shape people’s minds. Aiming for views, they publish news about incidents and conflicts. They tend to forget about the fact that people react to these events in some way. As a result, people lose confidence in themselves, fall into despair, and become miserable. How can we solve this problem? The IGUMO found an answer to this question. We need to create trends on positive communication by increasing the activity of responsible media.
Modern specialists in management consider social media to be not just a platform for self-realization but a full collection of channels and instruments for improving one’s career. Thus, there’s a reason why Instagram has so many small and medium business accounts and banks and mobile operators search for references to their services on websites. Nowadays modern advertising and PR requires a high level in working with social media.
This summer the IGUMO team applied for a contest held by the Mayor of Moscow in the ‘Children and Youth’ nomination. Though there were many participants there, we were the ones to win a grant to realize our DOCA project. This is our next victory!
Today every company has a marketing department in order to sell its qualified product. Such a skill is very useful for every specialist, especially those whose profession relates to art. That is why our students from the Faculties of Journalism, Design, and Photography attended a series of guest lectures. They were held by Valentin Kuznetsov and Vasily Surin, experts in web-marketing.
The School of Photography in IGUMO and MKIK held the third workshop. The participants were both amateurs in photography and those who are aimed at becoming professionals in it.
The Second Eurasian Women’s Forum was an impressive global event. It had over 1500 delegates from 110 countries. Women politicians, managers, entrepreneurs, and artists came to St. Petersburg to exchange their experience and inspire one another.
The exhibitions of contemporary art help stay in touch with current trends, expand one’s knowledge, and gain inspiration for creating one’s own art projects. That is why this semester our students from the Design College attend one of the most significant cultural events in Moscow.
Probably the most entertaining part of studying at the Faculty of Advertising and PR is provided by workshops held by professionals. This year Philip Gurov, the creator of an agency that deals with PR projects in IT, was the one to start our series of workshops.
We are glad to see the students from the University of Hradec Králové in our college. They came here by the international student exchange program. This time we meet two friendly girls, Andrea Novakova and Michaela Tesnerova.
‘Hello. Sorry, I’m late. I forgot to read about your company yesterday but I really want to work here. Firstly, I want to know how you are going to pay for my sick leave? Oh, one more thing, where can I smoke here? What’s going to happen if I leave work? And the last question is… what are you planning to do if I’m late again?’