HSE University’s Institute of Education (IOE) is a leading Russian centre for multidisciplinary educational research, training, advisory, and professional networking.
Established in 2012 from a merger of HSE’s several specialist divisions, IOE has assembled knowledgeable, insightful, and resourceful professionals in various domains of educational studies and related fields, further reinforced by sustained and ever-growing cross-border cooperation.
With these synergies of accomplished faculty, top-skill graduate prospects, and renowned global partners, IOE has evolved into a hub of front-line expertise, innovation, and excellence in education, enjoying strong recognition both nationally and abroad.
As one of HSE University’s core units, IOE works to underpin HSE’s leading role in driving educational transformations in Russia, and to support its competitive standing on the global arena.
At IOE, we train top-notch academics, administrators, and policy leaders with the skills, attitudes, and values required to shape learning environments that engage, empower, and deliver.
Based on data from the VKontakte social network, researchers have found a relationship between students' academic performance and their closest social environment.
On September 15–16, 2017, the University of Helsinki, Finland, welcomed the second seminar by the International Academic Consortium working as part of the Key Competencies and New Literacy project, a joint initiative between IOE and Sberbank’s Investment in Future foundation.
In late August 2017, the University of Jyväskylä, Finland, welcomed the 30th International Conference by the Consortium of Higher Education Researchers (CHER). This year, the forum’s special topic was ‘Universities as Political Institutions – HEIs in the Middle of Academic, Economic, and Social Pressures.’ IOE experts Farida Zagirova and Alexey Egorov were presenting at the CHER Annual Conference 2017 about the changing job profiles of university middle managers and the role of HEIs in bolstering community development.
Russian and Chinese researchers will join forces to study the two countries’ education systems and develop possible strategies for their further modernisation over the period to 2030, in a new joint project set to run for a decade.
In early September 2017, Senior Researcher at the IOE Center for Education Law Maria Smirnova, PhD, began her term as an Associate Officer with the United Nations’ High Commissioner for Human Rights Administration. Maria’s role involves supporting the organization and holding of the 36th Session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland, during September 11–29, 2017.
A study co-authored by IOE analyst Elena Gorbunova and Ohio University research fellows Olga Kondratjeva and Joshua Hawley has been published in the latest issue of Comparative Education Review.
One of the chapters in Springer’s newly released academic volume Transforming Education is co-authored by IOE education innovation researcher Diana Koroleva. Entitled Coup D’etat in the Panopticon: Social Networking in Education, the paper has been inspired by a series of seminars in philosophy Diana was attending on her doctoral track at the IOE Graduate School of Education.
A paper co-authored by IOE expert Ivan Smirnov, which explores how academic achievement shapes students’ peer relationships, and namely friendship networks as suggested by social media data, has recently been published on PLOS One.
A recent study co-authored by IOE education quality monitoring experts Alina Ivanova and Elena Kardanova has been featured in the latest issue of the Early Childhood Research Quarterly international journal.
Young scholars Anastasia Kapuza and Galina Larina, who teach in IOE’s Measurements in Psychology and Education Master’s program, traveled to England and the Netherlands this summer to join international schools for multidisciplinary social researchers at Essex University and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. “The schools have provided a host of insights about today’s top-notch approaches to social data analysis and interpretation, and we are absolutely thrilled to be sharing this expertise with IOE students in the new academic year,” Anastasia and Galina say.