HSE University continues to develop its new study format for students embarking on a research career: the Combined Master's-PhD track. This year, there will be 75 places for Master’s students on the track—two thirds more than last year. HSE Vice Rector Sergey Roshchin talks about the appeal of the combined-track option, how to enrol, and the achievements of last year’s applicants.
Memo for all students of HSE for the upcoming academic year during the COVID-19 pandemic
This year students can do it in the updated ‘Elective courses’ module
Students of the Master's Programme in Applied Statistics with Network Analysis and staff from the International Laboratory for Applied Network Research devoted the May weekend to academic writing, a discussion of cheese, and the impact of personalities on life.
Ekaterina Melianova and Artem Volgin were admitted to Ph.D. programs at the universities of Bristol and Manchester, beating the competition for a scholarship from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).
On April 15-16, within the framework of the April conference, the section "Network Analysis" was held
On April 13-23, 2021, the XXII April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development organized by NRU HSE was held. Within the conference framework, the International Laboratory for Applied Network Research traditionally organized a section, "Network Analysis," addressed to various theoretical and empirical studies from different disciplines, based on applying theoretical and methodological approaches from the field of network analysis.
MDNA and MASNA invite you to their joint webinar “What is wrong with SWOT-analysis?”. The event will take place on February 22, 2021, at 19:00 Moscow Time (GMT +3). The webinar will be held by Valentina Kuskova, Ph.D., the academic supervisor of the programmes. Come and ask questions. We are waiting for you!