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On July 8, 2015, a graduation ceremony for the first graduates of the double degree master’s programme implemented by the School of Logistics together with bbw University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany, took place at HSE.
‘The University of Passau is the youngest HEI in Bavaria but has earnt itself a good reputation since it opened in 1978,’ says Svetlana Maltseva, Academic Supervisor of the Master’s programme in Big Data Systems. ‘For more than ten years the university has occupied a leading position in German and European rankings in Law, Management and International Relations.’
Alexandra Goryaeva, Ekaterina Belozertseva, and Evgenia Tselisheva – Master’s students in the School of Business Informatics (Master's programmes Business Informatics and E-Business) – share their impressions of the programme.
Master’s students at the HSE Faculty of Business and Management, Viktoria Andrukhnenko and Yegor Burdy took first place in the Google Cup Moscow Case Championship. 214 student teams from Russia and the CIS were competing.
From 30th March to 3rd April, 50 German students attended a session of the Business in Russia programme, run jointly by HSE and DAAD and the German Chamber of Foreign Trade since 2012. Students on the programme do six-month internships in German company offices in Russia and prepare group projects on various themes, under the guidance of HSE professor Natalya Guseva.
Marina Predvoditeleva, Associate Professor at the HSE Faculty of Management and Elizaveta Slevitch, Associate Professor at the Department of Hotel and Restaurant Administration (Oklahoma State University) talk about the first results of cooperation between Oklahoma State University and HSE on the specialisation 'Tourism and Hotel Management' on the Master’s programme 'Experience Economy: Hospitality and Tourism Management'.
The ‘big’ Faculty of Business and Management is being formed at the Higher School of Economics. The Faculty will include the current Faculties of Management, Logistics, and Business Informatics, which will be turned into schools.