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Centre of Sociology of Higher Education

Does activation of higher-order thinking skills lead to students (dis)satisfaction with their academic experience? In press

Shcheglova I., Costley J., Gorbunova E. et al.

Innovations in Education and Teaching International. 2024. P. 1-14.

Book chapter
Higher education and regional elite formation in Russia

Aleksei Egorov, Sergey Malinovskiy.

In bk.: Assessing the Contributions of Higher Education: Knowledge for a Disordered World. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2023. Ch. 14. P. 286-299.

Working paper
Factors Influencing Adolescent Alcohol Consumption: Parents And Depression

Валединский П. И., Ivaniushina V. A., Alexandrov D. A. et al.

Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2023. No. 101.

The Centre of Sociology of Higher Education is a vibrant platform for research in the field of Russian and international higher education. The centre is academically-oriented and focused on the following areas:

Doctoral Students Need the Support of Not Only Their Academic Supervisor, but Also of Other Faculty Staff

To successfully defend a doctoral dissertation, PhD candidates need not only the support of their academic supervisor and close friends and relatives, but also system-wide assistance from the university department or faculty where they study. However, HSE University researchers have found that such support can take different forms and that each has a different effect on how confident a student feels in their ability to successfully defend their dissertation. The results of their study were published in the journal Higher Education Quarterly.

Centre for Sociology of Higher Education received a grant from the Russian Scientific Fund

How effective is the first Russian bootcamp?

Professional Postgraduate Studies: International Experience and Russian Context

New article by the Center for Sociology of Higher Education in collaboration with colleagues from Lobachevsky University of Nizhny Novgorod.

Criticism and justification of academic dishonesty among bachelors

The article by Oksana Dremova, Natalia Maloshonok, Evgenii Terentyev and Denis Federyakin was published in the European Journal of Higher Education

How collaboration influences the effect of note-taking on writing performance and recall of contents

The article by Evgenia Shmeleva and Jamie Costley was published in Interactive Learning Environments

How Russian students switched to distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic

Found out by the staff of the Center for Sociology of Higher Education together with colleagues from the Center for Internal Monitoring

The Making of Doctoral Supervisors. International Case Studies of Practice

Evgenii Terentev, Saule Bekova and Nataliia Maloshonok on scientific leadership in Russia

The new article published in Quality in Higher Education by CSHE

Learn under any conditions: Ulyana Zakharova commented on distance learning

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