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Illustration for news: ICEF Once Again Comes First in HeadHunter Rankings

ICEF Once Again Comes First in HeadHunter Rankings

For the second year, ICEF leads the HeadHunter ranking of top Russian universities and faculties in economics and finance. Analysts from hh.ru examined the CV database of 2021–2022 graduates of Moscow universities on the hh.ru website. The ranking covered nine professional fields.

Illustration for news: HSE University Launches Its First Cross-Campus Bachelor’s Programme

HSE University Launches Its First Cross-Campus Bachelor’s Programme

The International Bachelor's in Business and Economics is a new cross-campus programme run by HSE University in St Petersburg, Nizhny Novgorod, and Perm. The first enrolment opens this year. The HSE News Service talked to the programme's academic managers and campus administrators about the course content and students’ career opportunities after graduation.

Illustration for news: Study Helps Explain Why Students Cheat

Study Helps Explain Why Students Cheat

Evgeniia Shmeleva and Egor Sagitov of the HSE Institute of Education examined the relationship between how study sessions are designed and the likelihood of students’ cheating. They found students more inclined to cheat when expected to learn by rewriting and retelling the study material and more likely to be honest when engaged in interactive learning activities such as debates.