The new unified standard provides a general framework for developing Master’s programmes and delegates the determination of specific professional skills, types of career activities and key learning outcomes to programmes themselves, as well as recommending particular courses to students. Which tracks did programmes select? What are the opportunities and risks under the new standard? How much do students demand individualization and a project component in their education?The HSE Look posed these and other questions to the Dean of the Faculty of Economic Sciences and Academic Supervisors of three programmes offered at HSE University.
Wednesday, September 22
Thursday, September 23
VIII International Conference 'Modern Econometric Tools and Applications - META2021'
Lecture on 'Modernizing and Reforming International Trade Law: Latest Trends in Uncitral' by Anna Jourbin-Bret