The Higher School of Economics, in collaboration with the Higher School of Business Informatics, has launched a professional retraining program entitled Online Game Project Management,the first professional retraining program focused on the management of online game development projects created by Russian specialists from the games industry. Our company has participated in the development of the localization portion of the training program.
Demid Tishin, Natalie Novikova, Marina Ilyinykh, and Nadezhda Lynova will represent our company as instructors.
The program’s teaching staff includes:
- Aleksey Filatov, Head of the Monetization Team, Mail.Ru Games
- Dmitriy Tabakov, Senior Game Designer, Allods Team
- Konstantin Sakhnov, Game Designer, Panzar Studio and others.
Natalie Novikova, Localization Services Manager, All Correct Localization: “Working in the games industry, you learn primarily by following the example of your more experienced colleagues and from your own mistakes. The literature and webinars on the development and promotion of games are only available in English. I’m glad that a program dedicated to training qualified specialists in this field has finally appeared in Russia.”
All Correct Localization has been providing game localization services since 2008. We work with the majority of Russian developers and publishers, as well as with major international game publishers. So far we have participated in the localization of over 150 games.
The Higher School of Economics was founded on November 27, 1992, by ordinance of the Government of the Russian Federation. In October 2009, the Higher School of Economics obtained the status of a National Research University. In July 2013, the HSE was named a winner in a competition for government support aimed at propelling Russia’s leading HEIs into the world’s top 100 universities. Over 22,098 undergraduate students, 4,450 master's programme students, and 536 doctoral students are studying at the HSE. As of October 1, 2013, 16,182 students were enrolled in the HSE, Moscow. The HSE has three regional branches: St. Petersburg, Nizhny Novgorod, and Perm. As of October 1, 2013, the HSE faculty included 1,910 professors and 889 researchers.