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Practical training

General information

Practical training is a form of educational activity during studies under a given degree programme, with learners completing certain types of tasks, related to their future professional activities and aimed at building, consolidating, and developing practical skills and competencies specific to the respective degree programme. The goals and objectives of practical training shall be attained through the implementation of PTEs. The implementation of practical training for HSE students is provided in the module of the study plan of the educational programme, that is titled "Internship".

The procedure for organizing and conducting PTEs of HSE students is regulated by Regulations on Practical Training of Students under Core Bachelor’s, Specialist and Master’s Programmes at HSE University

You can also read about the organization of internship at the HSE in the academic handbook at the link

The conditions and features of the implementation of PTEs provided by the curriculum of the study plan of the educational programme "Finance" are described in the Practical Training Programme: Internship Programme MiM&A  Please note that this document applies to students of intake 2021.

You can learn more about the preparation of Master's dissertation in the document "Guidelines for Master Dissertation" on the page "Final State Certification".

Year of study

Practical training elements

(PTEs)

Credits and academic hours

Duration

1

Term paper

5 (190)*

Modules 2-4

1, 2

Project

3 (114)**

Module 4 of 1st year – Module 3 of 2nd year

2

Science and Research Internship

6 (228)

Module 3 (may be in other period – per student’ request)

2

Thesis preparation

26 (998)

Module 2-4

*Term paper is 5 ECTS credits for students of the year of enrolment 2021 and was 4 credits for students of the year of enrolment 2020.

**The mandatory project activity is 3 ECTS credits for students of the year of enrolment 2021 and was 2 credits for students of the year of enrolment 2020. Within the framework of these credits, it is possible to take any number of projects. During "Barcamp", which will take place at Module 4 of year 1, special projects for our programme will be presented. If you take only one project that weighs more credits than required, it will be considered your mandatory project. All additional projects will be counted as electives. 

Science and Research Internship

Types and terms of internship

Internship Supervisor and places of Internship, deadlines for choosingsing a place

Internship documents and evaluation

FAQ

Term paper

General rules and upload to LMS

Key dates

Provisional topics for term papers, 2021/2022 academic year