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Academic Mobility

The faculty’s international activities are aimed at achieving greater integration into the global educational and research community.  A member of the European Research Center for Information Systems (ERCIS), the HSE Faculty of Business Informatics cooperates with leading universities and research institutions around the world through academic exchange programmes and participation in international educational and research projects.

The faculty maintains a variety of partnerships with the following international universities:

University of Munster (Germany) (double degree in business informatics, exchange programmes)

Lancaster University Management School (UK) (double degree in e-business, exchange programmes)

EURECOM (France) (exchange programmes)

SPI (Portugal) (internships lasting for months or longer)

University of Passau (Germany) (exchange programmes)

Vienna University of Economics and Business (Austria) (exchange programmes)

Fachhochschule Technikum Wien (Austria) (distant education programmes)

Seoul National University of Science and Technology (South Korea) (exchange programmes for graduate and undergraduate students)

Chungnam National University (South Korea) (exchange programmes for graduate and undergraduate students)

Radboud University Nijmegen (the Netherlands) (exchange programmes for graduate and undergraduate students


The objectives, foundations, procedure, conditions, sources of financing, and rules for determining the workload for students in terms of credits, the procedure to account for the results of students’ academic mobility andprovisions for the student who does not successfully complete some of the educational components from his study programme abroad are regulated by the Regulation on the Academic Mobility of HSE Students