SKEMA, one of the best business schools in continental Europe and one of the leading schools in the world, according to The Economist and Financial Times, has become a partner of the HSE GSB.
Start of the second wave of the call for applications for exchange programmes in the spring semester 2021-2022
From October 14 to 22, the GSB International Office is accepting applications for the second wave of the exchange programme application contest.
The Graduate School of Business has entered into a partnership agreement with the French EMLyon Business School to establish academic exchanges. The parties will be able to exchange 10 undergraduate and graduate students each year. GSB students will have the opportunity to gain the experience of studying at EMLyon as early as the spring semester of 2022.
To ensure that all participants can attend the WORLD CULTURE FEST, the GSB International Office has rescheduled it for October 9.
An orientation session for incoming mobility students has been held at the GSB campus. Our guests have arrived from universities in Austria, Belgium, Germany and Italy to study with us this semester. After the meeting, they got acquainted with the GSB campus on Shabolovka, visited the library, figured their way through the labyrinth of our corridors, and received student ID’s.
The Graduate School of Business has concluded an agreement with Mexico's Instituto Autónomo de Méxas (Autonomous Technological Institute)
GSB International Office has announced the call for applications for GSB mobility programmes in the Spring semester 2021-2022.
HSE University Graduate School of Business achieves 3 level in the Positive Impact Rating Edition 2021
Graduate School of Business was recognized for its social impact and sustainability achievements when the Positive Impact Rating (PIR) results were launched at the UN PRME Global Forum. Graduate School of Business was one of 47 business schools from 21 countries worldwide that took part in the rating this year and achieved Level 3, making it a Progressing school within the PIR.
The first International Case Championship was held at the Graduate School of Business. Ten teams from 5 countries - Austria, Hungary, Germany, France, and Russia - competed for the first prize. Participants were offered to solve a case on sustainable development for IKEA, which set an ambitious goal to convert the entire last-mile delivery fleet to electric cars. Students from the Vienna University of Economics and Business (Austria) and the University of Pecs (Hungary) came first and third. Students from the Business Informatics program of the Graduate School of Business, Sergey Kazaryan, Fedor Volgunov, Polina Luneva, Daria Martynenko and Stefania Kharitonova, were awarded the second prize. Our congratulations to the winners!