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Over its 20 years of existence, NES has placed more than 360 of its MA in Economics graduates in PhD programs abroad, including more than 50 to top-5 PhD programs in Economics. Now NES graduates are among faculty of the top economics departments in the world, including MIT, Princeton, Yale, Berkeley, and the London School of Economics. NES offers a 2-year Master’s program in economics (MAE - Master of Arts in Economics) and a 2-year program in finance for mid-career finance professionals (MiF - Masters in Finance).

Since 2011, NES has offered an undergraduate program in economics in partnership with another prominent Russian institution – the Higher School of Economics (HSE). The Joint HSE-NES Undergraduate Program is the first undergraduate program in Russia to combine liberal arts and science curricula. The goal of such a balanced curriculum is to provide a broad liberal arts education while also offering a strong, structured core in economics and mathematics. Due to high competition among our applicants, NES enrolls only the best and most ambitious students. Class size at NES is very small, allowing for frequent interaction between students and professors. All of these factors make the environment and study experience at NES exciting and unique.

For international students NES offers  two ways of studying:

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Applications for the 2017 NES-HCEO Summer School on Socioeconomic Inequality are now open. 2017 NES-HCEO will be held at the New Economic School in Moscow from August 28 through September 2. It it the first SSSI to be held in Russia. Details on how to apply, as well as more information, can be found here
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