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Master’s Programme 'Law and Public Administration'

Master’s Programme 'Law and Public Administration'

This programme aims to train highly qualified lawyers specializing in relations and interactions between state and business. In particular, the programme provides instruction on the legal aspects of state and civic transactions, including public-private partnerships (PPPs) and cases of compulsory implementation of unconditional requirements on the part of the state, as well as approaches and methods to resolving resulting legal conflicts.

2 years
Full-time Programme
135 000 –
270 000 RUB/year
Tuition Fee in 2020
Russian government and HSE scholarships and tuition fee waivers available
RUSENG
Instruction in Russian and English

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On May 20, Teaching Quality Assessment commenced for the fourth module. Read on to learn about new features that have been introduced to the process and important deadlines.

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HSE University Enters THE Top 100 in Economics and Appears in Law Ranking for the First Time

HSE took 94th place in the THE ranking in Business & Economics, outperforming all the other Russian universities in this subject. In addition, the university entered the ranking in Law for the first time (151+ cohort), becoming the only Russian university represented there.

Hero of Anti-Apartheid Movement Albie Sachs Visited HSE Saint-Petersburg

On September 27 an outstanding South African lawyer, judge of the Constitutional Court of South Africa (1994-2009) Albert (“Albie”) Sachs gave a lecture called "Forging a Constitution for the New South Africa: from Racism to Equal Rights for All", sharing his experience with the students and academic staff of the HSE.