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Master's Programme in Legal Support of Entrepreneurial Activity
Legal Support of Entrepreneurial Activity
‘Legal Support of Entrepreneurial Activity’ is a practice-oriented programme, with a primary focus on cross-disciplinary economic and legal competencies, which are necessary for analysis and other activities in the provision of legal support and business protection consulting. This approach teaches students practical concepts in regards to how business processes actually function, along with project development skills and the ability to draw up legal documents. Furthermore, they can obtain legal expertise, learn how to write public stations, prepare legal conclusions, carry out negotiations, and formulate accurate positions in regards to various legal issues.
Russian government and HSE scholarships and tuition fee waivers available
What Will I Study?
The structure of the curriculum allows students to tailor their educational trajectories with a combination of compulsory and elective courses.
Legal Tech and Intelligent Systems in Law
Bankruptcy of Economic Entities
Information Technologies for Investigating Economic Crimes
Internet Law and Intellectual Property Protection
Research Methodology and Methods in Law
Legal Positions of Supreme Courts on Economic and Legal Disputes
Modern Problems in Business Law and more
Contract Law: from Trust to Promise to Contract
European Business Law
Tax Law and more
Advantages of the Programme
An interdisciplinary and practice-oriented approach
The programme offers training in fundamental legal disciplines with an additional information and legal component. Our students graduate with universal and highly specialized competencies and the required skills to apply new technologies in their professional activities.
The teaching is practice-oriented and includes input from practicing lawyers. Students will acquire general and specialised competencies necessary for legal work and gain experience working with the programme’s partner companies.
There is a particular focus on developing practical skills for performing procedural actions, analysing cases of non-standard applications of the law, developing various kinds of solutions, and drawing up expert opinions.
The Master's programme includes English-taught courses. Profession-oriented language training ensures that graduates remain competitive in the Russian and international labour markets and have greater opportunities for professional fulfilment.
A degree from a leading Russian university
Graduates of all HSE campuses receive the same HSE diploma. Master’s students also receive a European Diploma Supplement containing information about their education, their final grades on a 10-point scale, and a conversion of their final grades to the European ECTS grading system. The document is provided in both English and Russian and allows students to continue their education or work in Bologna Process member countries (48 countries) without a legal translation of their diploma.
Students from Perm have the opportunity to study for free at HSE University’s other campuses in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Nizhny Novgorod. Students are provided with dormitory accommodation for the duration of their stay in another city.
Graduates of the programme have a wide range of relevant professional competencies and skills suitable for numerous roles.
Prospective employers include:
commercial and non-commercial organisations in Russia and abroad
state and local self-governing bodies
educational, scientific, research, expert and analytical institutions
law enforcement agencies
bar associations and more
The Master's in Legal Support of Entrepreneurial Activity offers 15 state-funded places and 3 fee-paying places for international applicants.
Applicants can enrol in the programme based on the results of a written civil law exam consisting of a test and two case studies.
Conducting online lectures and research seminars on Zoom, providing assistance and useful instructions to the university community—all this is necessary for a smooth transition to remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the past two weeks, various HSE departments have done all of this in order to provide their students with online instruction. The IT Office particularly felt the weight of this large task. HSE News spoke with digital service staff about what they have managed to do in such a short time frame.