Tuition Fees for the 2022/2023 academic year

Information on Tuition Fees for the 2023/2024 academic year will be published soon

Tuition Fees

Tuition fees depend on the course you’re studying (see table below). Fees listed in the table are per year and are fixed in Russian rubles. Tuition fee does not cover living costs, travel and health insurance. You can pay for yearly fee in instalments (up to 2 instalments).

Online transfers are possible through HSE payments website.

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Field of Study

Master’s Programme

Tuition Fee (per 1 academic year)

Fee-based places

01.04.01 «Mathematics»

Mathematics

220.000 RUB

2

01.04.02 «Applied Mathematics and Information Science»

Data Mining

220.000 RUB

3

Master of Computer Vision

660.000 RUB

27

38.04.01 «Economics», 38.04.02 «Management», 01.04.02 «Applied Mathematics and Information Science»

Business Analytics in Economics and Management

220.000 RUB

2

38.04.02 «Management»

Marketing

220.000 RUB

3

Business Development

220.000 RUB

3

Global Business

240.000 RUB

3

Educational Administration (part-time)

195.000 RUB

1

38.04.05 «Business Informatics»

Business Informatics

195.000 RUB

2

38.04.08 «Finance and Credit»

Finance

195.000 RUB

3

40.04.01 «Jurisprudence»

Legal Support and Protection of Business

195.000 RUB

2

45.04.03 «Fundamental and Applied Linguistics»

Applied Linguistics and Text Analytics

195.000 RUB

5
Language Programmes
Russian Language Programme Russian Language Course from 50 800 RUB
Russian Language Programme Russian Language Summer School "Gorky - Quest" from 20 000 RUB

Tuition Fees Scholarships

Cost of Living

Estimated cost of living (monthly)

Housing (HSE dormitory for full scholarship candidates)

1000 RUB

Housing (HSE dormitory for fee-paying candidates)

6400 RUB             

Food

around 10 000 RUB

Transportation

around 700 RUB

Phone

around 500 RUB

 

FYI: Cost of living index in Nizhny Novgorod is 16.42% lower than in Moscow. Rent in Nizhny Novgorod is, on average, 63.17% lower than in Moscow. *as of November 2022