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Faculty Members

Irina Vasilievna Ivashkovskaya
PhD., Professor in Finance, Head of Department of Finance, Head of Corporate Finance Center  

SCF is a programme with a history. In 2005, Professor Irina Ivashkovskaya launched a programme in finance that was unique for Russia. From the very beginning, Professor Ivashkovskaya recruited a mix of scholars and industry professionals who work in finance every day to form the program faculty.

Courses,1-2 year (2016/2017), MA SCF  

Sergey Stepanov
Ph.D., Assistant professor of finance

 

Teaching at HSE is a lot of fun for me, mainly because students aresmart and curious. I like having foreign students in class, they bringin variety: in experience, approach to studying and temper.
They alsodiscipline me: I feel more responsibility for doing well in my lectures for Ido care what these students will say about their HSE experience backin their universities.

Anastasia Stepanova

SCF Programme Academic Director
 

'We Follow the Traditions and Standards of the Best Business Schools'

Over the last ten years, we’ve come a long way. We have trained more than 300 Master’s graduates who work in countries around the world. We became part of the European academic community and are members of large associations, including EIASM, EEA, and EURAM. We carry out joint research with international colleagues.

Since September 2016, the programme has been taught entirely in English, and there are several international students.We train multi-skilled experts in finance. Our graduates’ qualifications allow them work in any area of finance: banks, hedge funds, consulting, and other areas. To achieve this, however, our students must learn a lot of economics, mathematics, and finance. That’s why our primary expectation of students is that they have a very high level of motivation.

 

Courses,1-2 year (2016/2017), MA SCF 

 

Ivan I. Rodionov

PhD, Professor in Finance

 

Our finance professionals include well-known people with significant experience in finance – people you can often see on TV or whose books and blogs are commonly read.