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Illustration for news: Work, Work Permits and Residence Permits for International Students and Alumni

Work, Work Permits and Residence Permits for International Students and Alumni

HSE University Legal office about employment and residence permtis, citizenship application of international students and HSE University master programs graduates. Employment in Russia for the foreign students of the National Research University Higher School of Economics and obtaining citizenship or temporary residence permit, or residence  permit upon graduation from the National Research University Higher School of Economics.

Illustration for news: Admissions for HSE University Online Bachelor’s and Master’s Programmes Open

Admissions for HSE University Online Bachelor’s and Master’s Programmes Open

Admissions for a number of online programmes start on February 1, 2022. The HSE News Service reports on the programmes and benefits available.

Illustration for news: 'I Chose Economics And Statistics As I Believe That Knowledge of How to Analyze Data Can Significantly Improve People's Lives'

'I Chose Economics And Statistics As I Believe That Knowledge of How to Analyze Data Can Significantly Improve People's Lives'

Valeriia Gladkova, a third-year student of the Economics and Statistics undergraduate programme, talks about her experience of studying at HSE University. Valeriia won three case championships during AY 2020-21 and we wholeheartedly congratulate her on this success!

Illustration for news: University Quality, Academic Performance, and Work Experience Are Important Signals in the Labour Market

University Quality, Academic Performance, and Work Experience Are Important Signals in the Labour Market

People with higher education enjoy higher salaries and are at considerably less risk of unemployment. The World Bank estimates that an extra year of university studies in Russia yields an 8% return on investment. The quality of a university, the specific field of study, and students’ individual strategies are all key factors in ensuring success in the labour market. These topics were discussed by Viktor Rudakov, Senior Research Fellow and Deputy Head of the International Laboratory for Institutional Analysis of Economic Reforms, Assistant Professor of the Faculty of Economic Sciences, HSE University, in an open lecture on ‘How and Where to Study to Become Successful in the Labour Market’.