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Final assessment

State final attestation (assessment) is an integral part of the educational program of higher education and is organized for all graduates of the University in accordance with the "Regulations on the state final attestation of students of educational programs of higher education - bachelor's, specialist's and master's programs of the National Research University "Higher School of Economics".

Final qualifying paper (diploma thesis) is an obligatory element of the educational program, a form of research, or project work of a student. Thesis defense is a mandatory part of the graduation. Requirements for Thesis are determined by the "Rules for the preparation of term papers and final qualification works of bachelors at the International Institute of Economics and Finance, National Research University Higher School of Economics"

The defense of the thesis is carried out in accordance with the approved schedule of state certification tests at a meeting of the examination committee in the relevant field of training / specialty.

Composition of the state examination commission and defense schedule

1. By order of 17.05.2021, No. 6.18.1-01 / 170521-10, the composition of the commities was approved.

The deadline for uploading the final version of the final qualifying work to the LMS system is set until 10.06.2021 (inclusive).

The period of the thesis defenses was approved from 06/18/2021 to 06/30/2021. The schedule of defenses.

State certification tests will be organized and carried out using remote sensing technologies.

The defenses of the theses will be accompanied by a video recording in accordance with the procedure established by the Higher School of Economics.

Appeal

Based on the results of state certification tests, the student has the right to appeal. The procedure for organizing and conducting appeals based on the results of state certification tests is described here.

 

 Guidelines for term and graduation papers 2020 (PDF, 420 Kb)