A new English-taught master’s programme at the HSE, ‘International Master in Comparative Social Research’, will allow students to acquire the knowledge and skills that are in demand on the global market for social research. Applications are due by May 31, 2014.
This year, the HSE Faculty of Business Informatics is launching an English-language master's programme in Big Data Systems. Scholarships are available, particularly for selected applicants who participate in the Olympiad, a competition that is open to students and graduates of university undergraduate and specialist courses from throughout Russia, the CIS, and the Baltic countries. The registration deadline for the Olympiad is March 12, 2014.
The HSE is accepting applications to the International Master’s Programme in Comparative Social Research. The programme was developed by the Laboratory of Comparative Social Research in collaboration with the Faculty of Sociology. Eduard Ponarin, Director of the LCSR, shared his views on preparing modern analysts, and in which areas of global economy they could apply their skills and knowledge.
The HSE Faculty of Sociology and the Laboratory of Comparative Social Research are delighted to announce the opening of the International Master’s Programme in Comparative Social Research, which is geared toward ambitious students wanting to build careers as sociologists in academia and research institutions.
The Winter Schools’ Programme for prospective masters’ students has now become a tradition here at the HSE. This year, the schools programme has been set up especially for foreign students, and for this reason the working language of schools will be English. In February 2009, for the first time, the HSE organized a series of scientific and professionally orientated winter schools’ programmes for prospective masters’ students.
Irina Kratko, Head of the HSE master’s programme in International Business, shared her ideas and plans related to further developing the programme.
Claire Lucien, a student from France, graduated from the HSE in 2011. She is an alumna of the double degree Master’s programme ‘International Relations in Eurasia’, a joint project with the University of Kent. Today she works as an analyst in export finance at BNP Paribas in Moscow.
The Master in European Business (MEB) Programme offered by HSE's International Institute of Administration and Business (IIAB) in cooperation with ESCP Europe moves to a new level. For the first time, both semesters will be available in Moscow, during the 2013/2014 academic year. IIAB Director Irina Maltseva gives an overview of the programme.
The HSE International Institute of Administration and Business implements a Master in European Business programme together with ESCP Europe business school. The programme director, Pascale Martin Saint Etienne, told us about its specifics.