Programs of universities in Moscow and St. Petersburg rank among the world’s top 100 master's programs
Five master's programs of Russian universities were included in the world’s top 100 programs, according to the British company “Quacquarelli Symonds” (QS). Four of them were developed in Higher School of Economics (HSE), and one more was presented by Graduate School of Management of St. Petersburg State University (SPbSU).
HSE’s program "Financial Economics" ranked 85-th, improving its position over the year. The “International Business” program also showed significant progress, rising by more than 70 points. “Strategic Management in Logistics” ranked the 42-nd out of 62 applications.
SPbU’s program “Business Analytics and Big Data” was included in the top 100, while two more programs of this university, those in corporate finance and management, entered the top 130.
The full-time programs at MGIMO (Moscow State Institute of International Relations) and Kazan Federal University have been included in the international ranking for the second year in succession.
Commenting on the program list, QS representative Jack Moran noted Russia’s significant achievements in the main ranking over the past ten years.