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Contacts

3 Bolshoy Tryokhsvyatitelsky Pereulok
Phone: (495) 771 32 58
Email: info@mclog.ru

 

School Head — Valentina Dybskaya

 

Academic Supervisor — Viktor Sergeyev

 

Deputy Head for Research — Victoria Gerami

 

Deputy Head for Student Research — Denis Gusev

 

Deputy Head for Prospective Student and Alumni Affairs — Tamara Levina

 

Deputy Head for International Relations — Andrey Vinogradov

 

Deputy Head for Academics — Alla Fel

Book chapter
Order fulfillment planning at TimkenSteel

Konvicka D., Solodovnikov V. V.

In bk.: Proceeding of the 49th International October Conference on Mining and Metallurgy (IOC 2017). the University of Belgrade, Technical Faculty in Bor, 2017.

Working paper
Improving Transport Infrastructure in Russia

Kolik A.

OECD Economics Department Working Papers. ECO/WKP. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2015. No. 1193.

About the School

The School of Logistics was founded in April 2015 on the basis of the Faculty of Logistics.

The Higher School of Economics is a leading centre in Russia and the CIS for training highly qualified personnel in Supply Chain Management (SCM).The School offers a wide array of programmes (a total of 12 today), ranging from continuing education to an MBA in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, a specialization enjoying high demand in business today.

Most of the School’s programmes, including long-term and elite programmes in logistics and SCM, are not offered by any other educational institution in Russia or the CIS.

As of 2017, approximately 5,000 people have studied at HSE in Logistics and Supply Chain Management. They represent about 3,000 Russian and international companies operating on the Russian market. It is unlikely that a major company in oil & gas, metallurgy, auto manufacturing, machine building, telecommunications, retail, or logistics has had staff who have not studied at HSE.

HSE has been member of the European Logistics Association (ELA) since 2001.The School’s long-term and elite programmes regularly attract leading experts and professors from universities and logistics companies based in the US, Great Britain, Germany, Finland, Switzerland, the Netherlands, and Poland. The School regularly provides opportunities for international internships and visits to industrial and logistics infrastructure sites.

 

The School’s alumni have a unique opportunity to obtain international certification at reduced tuition rates.

HSE has attracted some of the best teaching staff in logistics and SCM. Professionals from leading firms, big consulting companies and IT providers also regularly teach classes.

Since 2004, the Logistics and Supply Chain Management journal has been published with the support of the faculty.