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Programme Facts

Field of Study

41.04.04 «Political Science»

Location
Languages of Instruction
ENG

Instruction in English

Duration and Mode of Study
2 years
Full-time Programme
Tuition Fee in 2019

185 000 – 370 000 RUB a year

Special conditions

Russian government and HSE scholarships and tuition fee waivers available

Oleg Ananyin, Academic Supervisor of Master’s programme 'Politics. Economics. Philosophy'

News

Illustration for news: HSE's Programmes in Political Science Receive International Accreditation

HSE's Programmes in Political Science Receive International Accreditation

Bachelor’s programme ‘Political Science’ and Master’s programmes ‘Applied Politics’ and ‘Politics. Economics. Philosophy’ have been granted international accreditation by Central Evaluation and Accreditation Agency (ZEvA), based in Hannover, Germany.

Illustration for news: Authoritarian reversal: Turkish experience; Russian hackers and American elections; final presentations and Winter school closing ceremony

Authoritarian reversal: Turkish experience; Russian hackers and American elections; final presentations and Winter school closing ceremony

The Winter school for the Faculty of Social Sciences came to an end on the January 25th.

Second day of Winter school 2018

Lectures of leading political scientists, master-classes, heated debates, and project work till the late evening. 

The possible trends of authoritarian development, hybrid regimes, and for whom the presidential race is a ‘farewell tour’?

On the 23rd January the HSE Winter school 2018 of Faculty of Social Sciences has opened its doors for students from all over Russia and other countries.

Illustration for news: The Master's Program 'Politics. Economics. Philosophy' Invites the Entrants

The Master's Program 'Politics. Economics. Philosophy' Invites the Entrants

Application for admission to the Master's program 'Politics. Economics. Philosophy' — still unusual for Russia, but widespread in the world — began already for the fifth time. What is the reason for the increase in the number of programs of this type in recent years? How do three different sciences get along in the same educational track, and who are expected asthe entrants of PEP program? These topics are discussed by the head of the academic program, Professor Oleg Ananyin and the teacher of the program, Professor Boris Kapustin, who has been giving lectures on the similar program at Yale University for more than 20 years.

Illustration for news: Our student Martin Inderhaug took part in the 8th Model ASEM

Our student Martin Inderhaug took part in the 8th Model ASEM

The 8th Model ASEM took place in Myanmar and was held in conjunction with the 13th ASEM Foreign Ministers' Meeting (ASEM FMM13). Our second year student of the Master’s Programme “Politics. Economics. Philosophy” Martin Inderhaug participated this event.

Illustration for news: PEP is a young programme. It breathes, it lives, it changes. It changes with students and for students

PEP is a young programme. It breathes, it lives, it changes. It changes with students and for students

Evgeny Ivanov, Alumnus 2017, post-graduate student, junior staff scientist of the Laboratory for Monitoring the Risks of Socio-Political Destabilization shares his impressions about the PEP programme.

Illustration for news: Congratulations!

Congratulations!

I am glad to announce that the first series of Orders of Admission have been signed (https://ma.hse.ru/prikaz2017) meaning that since August 14, 2017 fifteen applicants gained the status of students of the PEP Master’s program at the Higher School of Economics! 

Illustration for news: HSE Joins Top 50 in QS Rankings of Young Universities

HSE Joins Top 50 in QS Rankings of Young Universities

The Higher School of Economics (HSE) has taken 48th place in the QS Top 50 Under 50 ranking. Furthermore, it is the sole Russian academic institution in this ranking.

By Way of Italy, Norwegian Student Lands at HSE

Like many international students who choose to study at the Higher School of Economics, Martin Inderhaug, a native of Bergen, Norway, boasts a rich background marked by a diverse set of interests. Although he has been at HSE for only six months since enrolling in the Master’s programme in Politics, Economics and Philosophy, his interest in Russia goes back to his days serving in Norway’s military in the country’s far north where he would gaze at the ‘unknown East’ across the border with Russia.