Eduniversal Confers 3 Palmes of Excellence on HSE Faculty of Business and Management
Eduniversal, the international rankings agency has awarded the 3 Palms of Excellence level to the HSE Faculty of Business and Management and recognised it as ‘an outstanding business school with increasing international influence’. An HSE representative received the certificate in a ceremony on campus at Harvard University.
With its headquarters in Paris the rankings agency specialises in higher education. In 1997 it began to rate schools and education programmes in France and since 2007 has been ranking HEIs and their programmes on the international market.
Eduniversal has five Palmes of Excellence. It applies the following criteria in evaluating business schools: national and international accreditations, school rankings, membership of national and international academic associations. Ratings are based largely on the degree to which a school is internationalised, its international reputation and its development not just on a local but a global market of education services.
The Deputy Head of the HSE School of Business AdministrationAnna Yakovleva and Deputy Head of the School of Logistics Andrey Vinogradov, who went to Harvard to the award ceremony, had meetings with representatives of other business schools and universities in the USA, Canada, France, Holland, Denmark, Ireland, South Korea and other countries. They discussed various options for cooperation in academic mobility and in particular, organising student exchanges.
HSE University has maintained its leading position in the ranking compiled by the Russian Council for International Affairs. The ranking evaluated the websites of 65 Russian universities. HSE was awarded 104 points out of 108, increasing its position by 11 points on last year. HSE's closest rival ranked a further 17 points behind, which is a larger gap than previously.
On March 10, 2017, the HSE campuses in Moscow and St. Petersburg were admitted to QTEM, an international network of the world’s leading business schools. This means that every year the 20 best management and finance MA students from both campuses will benefit from a range of network member opportunities, and after they graduate from their programme at their home university, will receive a prestigious QTEM graduate certificate.
The HSE’s business incubator was recognized by the Internet Initiatives Development Fund (IIDF) as Incubator of the Year in the first youth internet entrepreneurship forum.
The Russian Tap-Dance Championships are part of the XIII World Dance Olympiad. HSE tap dancers are always among the winners, but this year’s haul was particularly rich.
Graduates of the joint FIFA/CIES – HSE programme in Sports Management have won the FIFA/CIES Network Prize for 2016 for their 360º Academy project. The winners were awarded their prize by Gianni Infantino.
Three HSE students of the educational programme in Asian and African Studies became winners of the 10th Interuniversity Olympiad in Arabic language.
A team from HSE has made it to the Regional Finals of the CFA Institute Research Challenge 2015/2016, recently held in Chicago. The CFA Institute Research Challenge is an annual global competition that provides university students with hands-on mentoring and intensive training in financial analysis.
The HSE’s Sona Hovsepyan Dance Company has won the grand prize at the Klyuchi (Keys) experimental dance festival, also taking home a cash prize and the right to perform and premier an original show at the 2017 festival.