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Master's Programme in Applied Economics and Mathematical Methods (St. Petersburg)
Applied Economics and Mathematical Methods
Applied Economics and Mathematical Methods is a master's programme for those wishing to become competent, highly qualified erudite experts in economics with advanced career opportunities. Programme courses are designed to meet the highest academic standards in Russia and internationally.
Our faculty members come from the HSE’s Centre for Market Studies and Spatial Economics (MSSE) which is led by Professor Jacques-François Thisse, the St. Petersburg Institute of Economics and Mathematics, and the International Centre for Social and Economic Research - Leontief Centre.
Students are enrolled in a joint master's programme and are expected to select either of the two educational tracks during the first two months.
HSE University - Saint Petersburg has been participating in the QTEM international Master's network since 2017. Students study abroad and complete internships at foreign companies to learn how to use quantitative methods in management and economics. The Editorial Office spoke with three QTEM students about their experience switching to online learning while studying in other countries.
HSE University has made the 2020 QS World University Rankings by Subject in 23 broad and specific subject areas, which is four more than last year. HSE now ranks in 19 of the 38 subject rankings in which Russian universities are represented; as well as in four out of five broad subject areas. HSE has entered the list of the world’s top 100 universities in five subjects, including History and Social Policy & Administration, where it has ranked for the first time.
According to a national survey conducted by VCIOM, HSE University ranks fifth in the ‘People’s Ranking of Russian Universities’. A total of 1,600 Russians aged over 18 participated in the survey, which was carried out through phone interviews, relying on a random sample of landline and mobile numbers.