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Freudenburg G.

Vol. 136: Encyclopaedia of Mathematical Sciences. Bk. VII: Subseries: Invariant Theory and Algebraic Transformation Groups. Springer, 2017.

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Karasev M., Novikova E., Vybornyi E.

Russian Journal of Mathematical Physics. 2017. Vol. 24. No. 4. P. 454-464.

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HSE Joins Top-300 of QS Gradua­te Employability Rankings

Higher School of Economics (HSE) has entered the 251-300 group of the , which aim to reflect the relationship between a university’s activities and subsequent graduate employment. HSE took first place among Project 5-100’s participants and fourth place among 11 Russian universities, thus improving upon last year’s result.

This ranking has been issued since 2016 and features 500 universities. Its methodology involves an assessment of five indicators: a university’s reputation among employers; partnerships with employers; alumni outcomes; interactions between employers and the university; and its graduate employment rate. HSE has improved its standing for all of these indicators and also took first place among Russian academic institutions in terms of graduate employment.

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