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First Deputy Dean
Igor Nikolaevich Tsarkov
Deputy Dean for Academic Affairs
Deputy Dean for Admissions and Student and Alumni Relations
Irina N. Lesovskaya
The HSE Academic Council created the Faculty on January 30, 2015. The Faculty includes the School of Business and Business Administration, the School of Logistics, and the School of Business Informatics, which had all previously been separate HSE faculties. The merger stems from the crossover and mutual impact of the schools’ areas of academic and professional focus. The Faculty of Business and Management offers students diverse courses taught by full-time HSE instructors and invited business practitioners. Students are also given the opportunity to carry out fundamental and applied projects at various academic centres and laboratories.
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Dear students, colleagues and visitors to our website,
HSE’s Faculty of Business and Management is both the youngest and one of the oldest faculties at our university. It is the youngest faculty following HSE’s structural reforms, which resulted in the creation of large faculties instead of the almost 30 faculties that previously existed. Our faculty was the last to be formed (in January 2015).
And it’s one of the oldest it has been a professional community of researchers in management, logistics, and business informatics, first appearing at HSE right after the university’s establishment.
We make history.
At HSE, logistics and business informatics are treated as independent scientific and educational areas. As such, we have developed our own school of managerial education, which is based on its own, original research approach rather than readily available foreign models.
Even so, there are new challenges, problems and opportunities ahead.
We have been successful in our diversification and formation of new areas of study and departments. Thus, now is the time to gather stones, as well as take advantage of the synergistic development of our various programmes and research groups, just like the leading schools of business and management throughout the world.
Although there are a lot of difficulties along the way, working at HSE is always challenging and interesting. I wasn’t young when I came to HSE, but the 10 years I’ve spent here have been most interesting in my creative career. And this is true for most of us.