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(The School ceased to exist on September 2, 2019. A School of Politics and Governance was created in the Faculty of Social Sciences on the basis of the School of Political Science and the School of Public Administration).
The faculty members of the School of Public Administration teach various courses on bachelor’s and master’s programmes that aim to prepare specialists for jobs in public administration establishments and governmental bodies, as well as public corporations and non-profit organisations.
Students graduate with extensive theoretical knowledge in areas such as public administration, governance, public management, and regulation. They also have an excellent understanding of the legislative framework surrounding public administration, and students are skilled at economic analysis and financial, programme, and project management. In addition, HSE graduates are capable of using qualitative and quantitative methods in the decision-making process.