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“Kingston — RANEPA collaboration marked the very start of business education in Russia”

Head of the RANEPA — Kingston MBA/EMBA Programmes Margarita Perepelitsa — about Kingston University becoming the world's first MBA university.


2017. President of the Association of MBA (AMBA) Sir Paul Judge, together with British Ambassador to Russia Laurie Bristow presented the Certificate of Recognition to Margarita Perepelitsa.

Kingston — RANEPA collaboration marked the very start of business education in Russia. Our first program was entitled “Future Managers for  Russia”, and it actually appeared as the result of the agreement that Margaret Thatcher Foundation and Mikhail Gorbachev signed in the beginning of the 1990-s. 

The first alumni were and still are the integral part of the political and business establishment in Russia – they were the personalities who influenced the tectonic changes our country faced then. 

Among them are Alexey Komissarov, RANEPA’s vice chancellor who supervises the Leaders of Russia State Educational Program and former CEO at Russian State Industrial Fond; Petr Fradkov, CEO at Russian Export Center; Olga Mashkovskaya, Member of the Board of Directors at RUSAL; Kristina Tikhonova, Strategic transformation director at Vimpelcom; Andrey Yanovsky, CEO at European Medical Center; Professor Olga Kobyakova, Rector at Siberian State Medical University; Professor Michail Shvetsov, Rector at Mari State University. 

Next year will be the 20th in history of Kingston Business School in Russia. And I’m proud to claim that RANEPA School of Public Policy remains the only partner of Kingston in our country. Our graduates get two diploma – by Kingston University and RANEPA. And they also get the chance to get the best business education available in Russia.

And Kingston Moscow team celebrates Kingston Business School heading the QS Top MBA rating in addition to being the first in local MBA ranking in Russia. We are glad to be the part of the bright experiment showing evidently the example of how international educational practices and standards can successfully work together

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