The QS Graduate Employability Rankings has published a list of the Top-500 universities in the world in terms of graduate employability outcomes and prospects.
HSE has ranked 7th amongst universities in Eurasia. The ranking has been compiled for the first time by Times Higher Education and is presented by Kazan Federal University.
The Higher School of Economics has entered the Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) for the first time. The ranking is known for its strict selection criteria. This year, 12 Russian universities, including 10 participants of Project 5-100, entered the ranking. Until 2016, only 2 representatives of Russia were included- MSU and St. Petersburg State University.
From August 13 to September 23, HSE students can apply for exchange programmes in spring semester 2019 under university-wide agreements.
‘Education at HSE is a Bonus but not a Guarantee of Success - You Always Have to Do More Than Others’
Ivan Myasnikov graduated from the Bachelor’s programme in Management in 2017 and today, he is marketing manager at Megapolis Construction Group.
The Higher School of Economics (HSE) has entered the Top-100 in Sociology and Mathematics of the Shanghai Ranking. It is also now the leader on this ranking among Russian universities in Economics, Political Science and Management.
Alexander Smirnov, a 2017 graduate of the Business Informatics programme, spoke about his admission to HSE-Perm, about his career after graduation from the bachelor's degree and the skills that every IT specialist needs to develop.
For the first time ever, Forbes (Russia) has published its own ranking of the best universities in Russia. One of the main objectives of the ranking was to determine which universities produce talented young entrepreneurs, including those capable of making it onto Forbes’ main ranking in the future or becoming part of Russia’s political elite. HSE placed 10th in the ranking.