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Regular version of the site

37a Gagarina boulevard
office. 218
tel. + 7 (342) 205-52-28 
ext. 6118

Head of School of Management Maksim Kurganov

37a Gagarina boulevard
office. 219
ext. 6119

Степаненко Влада Андреевна
Teaching and Learning Specialist Степаненко Влада Андреевна
Comparative Analysis of Rhetorical Moves in Student and Professional Project Proposal Abstracts

Tatiana Permyakova, Tulyakov D., Balezina E.

Business and Professional Communication Quarterly. 2024. Vol. 87. No. 1. P. 60-73.

Book chapter
Set-Asides: The Not-So-Clear Side of Public Procurement

Dmitriy Kashin, Elena Shadrina, Dmitri Vinogradov.

In bk.: GSOM ECONOMY AND MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE 2023. Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg State University, 2023. P. 593-597.

Working paper
The impact of sensory characteristics on the willingness to pay for honey.

Zaripova J., Чуприянова К. С., Polyakova I. et al.

General Economics :: arXiv :: Cornell Univerisity. arXiv:2311. Cornell University, 2023

About the School


To prepare management experts who are ready to work in different types of companies and industries, solve a broad spectrum of practical problems, and run their own businesses, executing entrepreneurial projects. As market conditions improve in Russia, the demand for a new breed of managers who have both knowledge of economics and finance and practical management skills is becoming ever more pressing. In a highly dynamic labour market, the School of Management believes that its goal is to train specialists who have a perfectly balanced combination of knowledge, skills, and experience, resulting from exposure to the most advanced educational programs and methods. The School is committed not only to teachingManagement but also to unlocking students’ talents and equipping students with practical skills that will help them succeed in an increasingly competitive workplace.

Qualified managers who can effectively run an entire organization or some aspects of its activities are in demand regardless of industry type.  On average, within three-and-a-half years of graduating from the HSE—Perm, graduates assume leadership positions in companies.

Academic Programmes

The HSE–Perm prepares students for the Bachelor’s of Management degree which requires four years of full-time study. The campus also offers Master’s Programmes in Management, each requiring two years of full-time study.

The School’s educational concept focuses on interdisciplinary managerial training that combines an in-depth knowledge of economics (a series of courses in economic theory, and institutional and applied economics provides graduates with versatile training), law, sociology, and psychology, as well as mastery of IT management and advanced mathematical methods for analysing socio-economic entities, events, and processes, with an in-depth study of both general disciplines and special, functionally oriented disciplines. The former (general disciplines) include courses in general management, organizational theory, and organizational behavior, while the latter include courses in applied managerial and organizational sciences and technologies which help students acquire the skills and knowledge needed to secure employment in the fields of strategic management, marketing, logistics, human resource management, and information technology management.

Both undergraduate and master’s programme students take an active role in selecting and defining the combination of subjects that will make up their own individual fields of specialization. This is possible due to the large number of elective courses offered as well as effective education management and an individualized approach to every student.

The School of Management places a great emphasis on learning foreign languages. Today the value of specialists in the field of management is greatly determined by their ability to communicate fluently and conduct business negotiations with representatives of other countries. The undergraduate program provides high-quality language training for three years (four hours per week, on average) per the Cambridge University programs, which allows students to receive Business English Certificates (BEC-I and BEC-II), as well as take the IELTS (International English Language Testing System) or TOEFL (Test Of English as a Foreign Language) exams to obtain the corresponding certificates.


Current total enrolment is 500, with 300 attending on full scholarship.

The graduate of the School possesses:

  • ‘self-learning’ ability;
  • ‘self-development’ ability;
  • energy and a passion for success;
  • creative and intellectual potential.

The graduate of the School is able to:

  • work in a team;
  • implement projects;
  • adapt to variable professional requirements;
  • solve non-standard problems;
  • construct and use models for describing and forecasting various phenomena, and perform quantitative and qualitative analyses.

The graduate of the School has a good command of:

  • presentation skills;
  • business English;
  • data management techniques and computer programs: MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, Power Point), business packages (Project Expert, MetaStock), Russian legal databases Consultant-Plus and Garant, MathCAD, and EViews;
  • team-building skills.