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Deputy Dean for Research 

 

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About the Faculty


Founded in 1992, the Faculty of Economic Sciences is HSE’s largest and oldest research entity. The Faculty brings together the organizational and financial capabilities of HSE’s foremost teaching and research centers, the intellectual capital and professionalism of the university’s leaders, and the university’s longstanding connections with important world universities, research institutes and multinational companies.

The Faculty’s diverse educational programs provide students with a firm background in the theoretical and instrumental fundamentals of economics and allows them to pursue an individualized educational trajectory that suits their preferences, goals, and interests.

Students of the Faculty of Economic Sciences have a broad spectrum of opportunities for international mobility, from short-term study abroad programs to dual-degree and combined programs with an increasing number of leading foreign universities, including: Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne University, Humboldt University of Berlin, Erasmus University (Rotterdam), Lancaster University School of Management (Great Britain), the ESSCA School of Management (France, Hungary), University of Turin (Italy), University of Groningen (the Netherlands), Western University (Canada), University of Ferrara (Italy), Catholic University of Milan (Italy)  and others.

In addition to taking courses, the Faculty’s students have access to cutting-edge research produced by the Faculty’s academics and within its laboratories, as well as the research institutes and international laboratories of the Higher School of Economics as a whole; students of all levels are directly incorporated into the research activities of the Faculty;   

Prominent employers, including both Russian and multinational companies, are integrated directly into the Faculty of Economic Science’s activities. Many of these companies have constant representation within the Faculty, including Ernst & Young, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and KPMG. Specialists and practitioners representing leading employers play an important and direct role in the Faculty’s teaching activities.

After graduating from the Faculty’s undergraduate programs, more than half of alumni continue their education at the graduate level, many of whom work and study simultaneously; 10% of the graduating class is admitted to graduate programs abroad.  Our bachelor's students have a graduation rate of 77%, and 91% of graduate students are awarded a MSc diploma.  About 5% of Faculty graduates report not working or studying during their first year after graduation from our undergraduate programs, while about 88% of Master’s program graduates find employment or study further during their first year after graduation.

The Faculty of Economics consists of the following departments:

·        Department of Theoretical Economics

·        Department of Applied Economics

·        Department of Finance

·        Department of Mathematics

·        Department of Statistics and Data Analysis

In addition, the Faculty  is a partner institution of the International College of Economics and Finance, which was established in 1997 in cooperation with the London School of Economics towards BSc and MSc degrees, which also offers a wide range of courses and programs  in English for international students. For more details please see ICEF website.