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Bachelor’s Programme 'Management'

Bachelor’s Programme 'Management'

This programme is aimed at those who want to develop, originate and lead businesses, as well as become entrepreneurs, analysts or corporate management researchers. Graduates of the programme have the relevant knowledge of management theory and are able to develop and implement performance-improving tools in various spheres.

Graduates with a degree in Management go on to become company leaders and drivers of productive change in business and the economy with a strong theoretical background in management

4 years
Full-time Programme
RUS+ENG
Instruction in Russian with some courses in English
Russian government and HSE scholarships and tuition fee waivers not applicable

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Anastasia Bozhya-Volya Has Passed Refresher Training Courses in London

Anastasia Bozhya-Volya, senior research fellow of the Centre for Private-Public Interactions, has passed refresher training programme “2016 STATA WINTER SCHOOL” in London.

Illustration for news: Kenneth Wang at HSE Perm

Kenneth Wang at HSE Perm

Kenneth T. Wang, Associate Professor of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary and an expert in management and education psychology, recently visited HSE in Perm to deliver a series of seminars for HSE students, lecturers, and researchers.

Illustration for news: Baydina Kseniya participated in conference on sports economics

Baydina Kseniya participated in conference on sports economics

3rd year student Baydina Kseniya participated in the 20th conference on sports economics organized in the University of Turbingen with support of the German Assisiation of Sport Economics and Sport Management