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Simulation games involve the recreation of various situations within the framework of a specially designed environment. There are many different types of games, but most come in the form of computer simulations used in the fields of medicine, flight training, business, and politics. Simulation games are unique in that they are used mostly in practice; that is, they are constructed and only then is one able to see whether these constructions work or not. To learn how to take a scientific approach towards this topic, Natalia Isaeva, Junior Research Fellow and Doctoral student at the Institute of Education went to the Netherlands to study at Maastricht University.
Ivan Smirnov graduated from his master’s programme in Paris and hadn’t really considered coming back to Russia. But that was before he learned about the full-time advanced doctoral programme at HSE. The programme has some unique advantages among Russian programmes, which make it comparable to European PhDs.
BIGSSS–departs (doctoral education in partnerships) is a full-time international PhD program co-funded by the European Union. It provides close supervision of dissertation work in a demand-tailored education and research environment at the University of Bremen and Bremen’s Jacobs University.
On April 22, 2016 a PhD seminar on management ‘Contemporary Management Research in Emerging Markets: New Challenges and Perspectives’ was held at HSE as part of the XVII April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development. Thirty doctoral students from Russia and four doctoral students from the USA, Europe and the CIS countries took part in the event.
What changes have been made to the application process for HSE’s doctoral schools? How does submitting a portfolio increase your chances of getting in? Below is a discussion of everything 2016 applicants to HSE’s doctoral programmes can expect. The application period is already open.
IBM Ph.D. Fellowship Awards is an annual international competition aimed at supporting talented Ph.D students from various countries who are carrying out research in areas of knowledge essential for IBM. In 2016, 60 Ph.D students were selected, including Alexander Ponomarenko. It’s worth noting that he was one of only two Russians to receive the award this year.
On March, 23, the graduate of Master programme "Finance" and the doctoral student of our department Andrey Yarygin successfully defended his doctoral research (the dissertation at the Candidate of Science degree in economics) "The modeling of innovative projects evaluation using real options approach"