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Programme Change for Quota Students

Information for students who study at HSE on Russian government scholarships (quotas)

According to the current regulation, students can switch to other fields of study only within the same aggregate cluster of professions, fields of study and qualifications.

Foreign nationals admitted to study within the Quota Scheme-2015 who submitted their requests to change their field of study to Rossotrudnichestvo (Federal Agency for CIS Affairs, Compatriots Living Abroad and International Humanitarian Cooperation) or the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation during the admissions campaign shall not be granted permission to change their field of study.

Any questions and documents relating to the change of fields of study for HSE students, admitted within the Quota Scheme-2015, shall be accepted for consideration and approval of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation starting from February 2016 by the Office for Cooperation with the CIS and Baltic Countries.

Contact:  Valeria Kupina

Phone: (495) 725-30-70 (*5861)

E-mail: vkupina@hse.ru

Students admitted to study at HSE in 2015 can switch to another field of study ONLY within the same aggregate cluster of professions, fields of study and qualifications, as specified in the attached Table of Correspondence: 

Attachment Master’s Programme.pdf

Quota (scholarship) students who wish to change the area of study should:

  • Have the application for changing the area of study signed by deans of both faculties
  • Get the letter of referral issued by the Ministry of Education and Science at the programme study office
  • Scan and send both documents to Valeria Kupina via email: vkupina@hse.ru
  • Wait for the written positive response from the Ministry of Education and Science, which is then sent to the chosen faculty

 

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