HSE University Ranks Third Among Russian Law Schools for Graduates’ Salaries
HSE University has risen from fourth to third place in the Superjob University Ranking in terms of the salaries made by young professionals in the legal field who graduated in 2014–2019. According to the ranking’s authors, our graduates can expect to earn an average of 100,000 rubles a month in Moscow.
The Superjob website (a job search platform) has published a ranking of law schools in Russia in 2020 set according the salaries received by their 2014-2019 graduates. HSE University came in third after Moscow State University, which took the first place, and MGIMO and St. Petersburg State University, which both tied for second place. In turn, HSE University graduates in Moscow make an average of 100,000 roubles a month. Compared with the previous ranking, this figure increased by 10,000 roubles, according to Superjob.
HSE University’s Faculty of Law offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programmes in various branches of Law. All of our programmes are built to the highest standard, ensuring that graduates acquire the competencies required in today’s legal professions. The faculty includes tenured professors, distinguished researchers and lawyers, as well as leading law practitioners. HSE Law students regularly take part in various law and moot court competitions, invariably performing at a high level. The faculty offers English-taught Master’s programmes in International Trade, Finance, and Economic Integration Law, as well as a Bachelor of Law programme, run jointly with the University of London.
HSE University alumni working in economics and finance, earn an average of 115,000 rubles a month in their first five years of work after graduation. This is the second best result among universities, according to data from the Superjob job search website.
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