Master in Business Administration in 1-year MBA in Russia

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1-year MBA

The MBA is by far and away the most successful degree of the 20th century. Look at the American statistics. The first degree was not given out until the 1900’s. By the end of the 20th century it had a 27% market share of all graduate degrees given out.

A 1-year MBA (Master of Business Administration) allows students to complete the coursework required for an MBA in a shorter amount of time. Classes may include finance, accounting, business operation, management, human resources, and ethics.

Russia (Russian: Россия) is by far the largest country in the world, covering more than one-eighth of the Earth's inhabited land area. The former State Committee for Higher Education in Russia financed 240 universities, academies and institutes, making Russia a solid country to study in.

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Full-time MBA

Maastricht School of Management
Campus Full time 12 months

The full-time residential MBA provides state-of-the-art management education to managers and mid-career professionals from all over the world. [+]

Best MBA Programs in 1-year MBA in Russia 2017. The full-time residential MBA provides state-of-the-art management education to managers and mid-career professionals from all over the world. This full-time, residential program has been developed for managers and entrepreneurs with at least three years of postgraduate work experience, and who have a passion for the challenges of managing and leading organizations in a multicultural, global context. The program combines the latest management thinking with practice and applied research, with an emphasis on leading and managing in multicultural settings. A unique distinguishing feature of the program is its focus on understanding and anticipating how the societal context within which organizations function will determine their success or failure. The economic rise of emerging and developing economies and their demographics, the threats and opportunities of climate change, corporate social responsibility, and the role of business in social inclusiveness are examples of these societal contexts. This program thus offers participants the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of these environments and trends and their relationship with the advanced economies. The full-time residential MBA is ranked #2 in the Netherlands according Eduniversal’s Best Masters ranking, internationally accredited by NVAO, ACBSP, IACBE and AMBA. It is the only MBA in Maastricht that is accredited by the Dutch-Flemish Accreditation Agency (NVAO) and hence fully recognized by the Dutch government. The full-time MBA draws on MSM’s 60-year experience in management and business education. MSM was one of the three nominees for the Nuffic Orange Carpet Award in 2014, in recognition for its contribution to the internationalization of higher education in the Netherlands. And MSM was shortlisted for the Association of MBA’s innovation award 2014. Why choose the full-time residential MBA? Invest in your future The one-year full-time, residential MBA prepares you to take up leading and challenging positions in the private or public sector, or to successfully start your own entrepreneurial venture. Develop your global leadership skills Global and multicultural leadership skills are vital assets for today’s managers. Joining The full-time MBA class will challenge you to develop your management skills in a diverse, international and multicultural environment. The more than two dozen nationalities represented in a typical class of the full-time, residential format of the full-time MBA creates a stimulating learning environment inside and outside the classroom. This will help you develop your global and multicultural leadership skills and expand your global network. Maastricht’s proximity to other major European countries and MSM’s global network of partner institutions, including partnership of the Global Business School Network (GBSN) only add to our attractiveness as an international management school. Be responsible MSM subscribes to high ethical standards in business and strongly promotes corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainable development. We subscribe to the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME). With CSR and business ethics constituting an integral part of the MBA curriculum, you will be trained to become a responsible and effective manager. Get access to our broad business network Pursuing an MBA degree is not only about management thinking and case studies. Our strong links to the business community will give you exposure to the best companies and organizations in the region. This is facilitated through; the international management mentorship program, a platform that links our talented, experienced and diverse group of MBA students to representatives of the local and regional business community; the MBA Business Colloquium, featuring guest lectures by representatives of the business community on a subject directly linked to the MBA course topic; work visits to regional companies and organizations. Customize your MBA You can choose from four different specializations: Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets, International Business and Sustainable Development, Accounting and Finance and Public Sector Management. Visit the program page on the MSM website for more information about scholarship opportunities: www.msm.nl/mba. [-]

International MBA

International Graduate Center (IGC)
Campus Full time 1 year October 2017 Russia Moscow

The International MBA is the German accredited degree program of the IBSA Dual Degree Master’s Program which is offered by the International Business School Alliance (IBSA). [+]

The International MBA is the German accredited degree program of the IBSA Dual Degree Master’s Program which is offered by the International Business School Alliance (IBSA). Participating in the program means that you finish your graduate studies with 2 degrees in only one year: An MBA from Bremen, plus another degree depending on your choice of the partner university. It also means that you live in two different countries and study with a highly diverse student body. The first semester always consists of core modules. You can either study the core modules in Bremen, Germany and choose 1 out of 6 partner business specializations. Or set up your dual degree another way around: Specialize in Logistics and Supply Chain Management and start at one of partner universities. In the 3rd term you will write your master thesis about your specialization topic. The standard of living in Bremen is high, but the costs are not. The city has a very long tradition as a hub of international trade. Because it is linked to the sea, many logistics companies have settled down here. IBSA Dual Degree Master’s Program - Partner Universities As an IBSA student, you can design your own path. There are 42 possible combinations of universities and specializations you can choose. That sounds like a lot, but it’s not a complicated decision: There are 7 accredited degree programs forming the IBSA Dual Degree Master’s Program. The IMBA is the German one. Students start with the first term at any of the 7 partner universities belonging to the International Business School Alliance (IBSA) and have to change to a second IBSA-partner in the second term. The final research project in the third term is completed at this second IBSA-partner. The Core Modules are the same everywhere. Every university has its own specialisation. Partner Universities HS Bremen, International Graduate Center, Germany, Bremen Universitat de Valencia, Facultad de Economia, Spain, Valencia RANEPA, Institute of Business Studies, Russia, Moscow University of North Carolina Wilmington, USA, Wilmington University of Hertfordshire Business School, UK, Hatfield UNIRAZAK, Faculty of Business Administration, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur Novancia Business School Paris, France, Paris Specialization & Master Thesis Choose from the list below your business specialization. International Logistics and Supply Chain Management HS Bremen, International Graduate Center, Germany MBA International Finance and Investments University of North Carolina Wilmington, USA MBA/ MBA Global and Islamic Finance UNIRAZAK, Faculty of Business Administration, Malaysia MBA/ MBA Master in Human Resource Management University of Hertfordshire Business School, UK Master of Science (M.Sc./ MBA) Master in International Marketing Universidad de Valencia, Facultad de Economia, Spain Master of Arts (M.A./ MBA) Master in International Business Development and Consulting Novancia Business School Paris, France Master of Arts (M.A./ MBA) Master in Management in Emerging Economies RANEPA, Institute of Business Studies, Russia Master of Arts (M.A./ MBA) Core Modules Human Resource Management in the Global Environment: The module will examine ideas of International Human Resource Management (HRM) in the context of the global business environment and the policies of organizations for the management of people. The issues involved in managing international human resources strategically will be explored. In addition, the links between HR practices and organizational performance will be reviewed. Ideas of best practice in managing people internationally will also be analysed. Global Marketing Strategies: The module learning outcomes have a view of Marketing for international marketing decision making at an advanced level. The learning experience will stimulate critical and intellectual skills, through class learning, group work and independent research. Multinational Finance Management: The aim of the module is to equip students with skills and knowledge related to international finance issues. The module focuses on analysis and decision-making techniques in order to prepare students to act as managers aware of the global issues affecting their business environment, i.e. functioning of foreign exchange markets, currency and interest rate risks and their management, multinational capital budgeting project and firm financial analysis for value creation. Global Strategic Analysis: This module deals with strategy-making and execution. It addresses global business issues and deals with the question of what managers must do to make a company a winner in the global business environment. Using the case method and other approaches, the module discusses the managerial tasks involved in the processes of analyzing, crafting, selecting, and executing strategies. International Business Law: The International Business Law module deals with questions arising from international commercial transactions. The course provides an understanding of the rules of applicable law and litigation (jurisdiction and arbitration). In particular the module focuses on international contracts as the cornerstone of International Business Law. International Leadership (optional): The main objective of the module “Leadership” is to provide to the participants an overall perspective on leadership, to experience the personal dimensions of their own leadership style and capacity, and to develop tangible action plans to shape their own management skills. By this, the module builds a sound basis for becoming a successful business leader. Why Study in the IBSA Program? The IBSA Dual Degree Master’s Program is a smart choice with regards to your future employment. You gain international experience, which is highly valued, especially in business-related fields. Benefit from IBSA's worldwide network that brings you truly international education. Through living in two countries you will significantly increase your cultural competence as you hone your business knowledge at the same time. The combined experiences will be invaluable for your personal growth. The city of Bremen is very international and has a friendly climate. As you walk through the city you will hear many languages besides German. The IGC’s International Students Assistance (ISA) is dedicated to help you with any issues and questions you have during your time in Bremen, from finding an apartment to insurance to visa applications. As a student, you will also receive the famous “Semesterticket” with which you can use public transportation far beyond Bremen’s borders. MBA Target Group & Requirements You have a business-related undergraduate degree and at least one year of professional experience. Aside from that, you’re also ambitious and have a truly cosmopolitan mindset. The students to whom this applies come from a large variety of cultural and professional backgrounds, which makes the IBSA-experience mind-expanding for every participant. The main entry requirements are: An academic, business-related degree (bachelor)* Proof of English proficiency* with TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) 80 IBT points or IELTS (International Language Testing System) 6.5 points One year professional experience (proof of practical knowledge or work experience required) Additional documents required for applying: Copies of either birth certificate or passport* Curriculum vitae An essay outlining student's interest in the program A letter of recommendation (of employer or university) APS certificate for Chinese or Vietnamese applicants ONLY If regular copies are submitted, either certified copies or original documents should be presented upon enrolment. Original documents other than in English or German have to be translated for the application by a recognized translator. Application Process MBA If you want to specialize in one of our partners’ business specializations, you can apply here and start with the core modules in Germany at the IGC. But, If you want to study the Logistics and Supply Chain specialization, you have to start at one of our partner universities. Every partner has its own accredited degree program (see list below) as a part of the IBSA Dual Degree Master’s Program. You have to apply for the accredited degree program of your chosen partner university, where you want to start with the core modules. In the application process, you can then choose Bremen as your second university and Logistics and Supply Chain Management as your specialization. If you have any trouble during the application process or other questions, please, don’t hesitate to contact our program coordinator Angela Dunkhorst. International Graduate Center (Germany) – International MBA Universitat de Valencia (Spain) – International Business Management (iMBA) RANEPA Institute of Business Studies Moscow (Russia) – International Master in Management University of North Carolina Wilmington (USA) – International MBA University of Hertfordshire (UK) – Global Business Graduate School of Business UNIRAZAK (Malaysia) – MBA (International Business) Novancia Business School Paris (France) – MSc. in International Business Development and Consulting [-]

MBA in International Tourism Management

International Graduate Center (IGC)
Campus Full time 3 semesters

The MBA in International Tourism Management is a three semester full-time course leading to a specialist Master of Business Administration (MBA)-degree. [+]

Best MBA Programs in 1-year MBA in Russia 2017. Program The MBA in International Tourism Management is a three semester full-time course leading to a specialist Master of Business Administration (MBA)-degree. The program offers resourceful, entrepreneurial, innovative and global networking competence. This is achieved by qualified teaching staff, an international and diverse student body, a faculty which provides a unique environment for intellectual exchange, joint research combined with academic excellence, practical orientation and an in-company internship. The course provides students with a competitive advantage in securing a career in the tourism industry. Background Tourism and its related business activities belong to the most important factors of the world economy. Surprisingly, this is highly underestimated because the complexity of tourism does not allow for quantitative perception and real economic relevance. Today the tourism industry has become the world's biggest employer. The irrational perception of the tourism business, relating it to only leisure and travel, still influences students` choice. Such programs normally do not attract male students, as they do not consider tourism as a profitable or worthwhile career opportunity. They prefer courses in general business administration and management. However, in today's tight labour market they cannot avoid the tourism sector as a future employer at which point they lack a sound qualification in tourism management. As the wave of technology-driven change has swept through many economies around the world, the tourism industry has an ever increasing challenge to adapt to the change or to run the risk of falling behind and suffering a potentially catastrophic collapse. In order to address the complexities in co-ordinating the different tourism-related industries and to realize the need to upgrade skills in this sector, there is a demand for the improvement of education in this field. Taking these factors into account, Bremen University of Applied Sciences has developed this specialist MBA-course, which focuses on tourism management competences. Core Emphases Strategic and operative marketing competences in tourism International, intercultural and global tourism management Sensitivity towards the tourism environment Specific management competencies in tourism (e.g. project management, e-tourism, quality management, operations managent) Softskills such as communication and intercultural competences Key Features Post graduate course "Master in International Tourism Management" One-year full time course Degree: Master of Business Administration (MBA) International lecturers and students Optional internship Orientation week German language course Social activities and gatherings Course Structure The MBA in International Tourism Management has 16 modules, which have to be completed. Students take an exam in 13 out of the 16 modules. Lectures account for about 630 hours (see Modules and Credits). The modules comprise either 30 or 60 hours. Usually one module is completed after two weeks. Classes are held in English. The optional internship can be done in Germany or abroad. The students gain credit points for their examination results according to the ECTS system (see general structure chart). Course accompanying examinations must be performed alternatively as follows: Supervised written exams Oral exams Seminar papers or presentations The Master's Examination consists of: The course accompanying exams Master thesis plus oral defence Course Content Compulsory Modules Modul 1 is an introduction to tourism science and theory at Masters level. Apart from the theory and science of tourism the module also focuses on practical knowledge and applications. Practical exercises and case studies are integrated in this part of the module. Intercultural Management includes "Culture and Cross Cultural Management" where students will learn about the influence of culture in the workplace, concentrating on three levels of intercultural competence: intercultural sensitivity, enhancement of knowledge about other cultures and practical skill improvement. International Financial Management consists of two components: "Global Finance" and "International Accounting". Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to understand and deal with major issues in the financial management of international corporations and to apply methods used to manage risk in global markets. Corporate Social Responsibility aims to provide students with subject-focused, methodological as well as key competencies. Students are supposed to know and comprehend different viewpoints and opinions with regards to the main thematic foci ethics, sustainability and sustainable development. In “Human Resource Management”, the students will be familiarised with the management of human resources in an international context. In Tourism Marketing students acquire the competence to strategically evaluate the future shape and direction of tourism marketing; to explore key approaches and best-practices in this regard; and to study (with a research and practical orientation) the development and implementation of competitive strategic marketing plans. After completion of International Legal and Tax Framework, students will have gained essential knowledge in international business law and the practice of conclusion of contracts and conflict resolution in international commerce. Students will have gained a profound insight into the tax systems and deepened knowledge about taxes most relevant to enterprises involved in international business, and have the ability to assess tax related advantages and disadvantages of different legal forms, corporate strategies and location factors. Strategic Planning includes "Marketing Research" that enables students to analyse data and apply statistical analyses and "Development and Implementation of Strategy" after what students will have a solid understanding of the most common strategic management approaches as well as their pros, cons, and limitations. International Project Management addresses fundamental principles of project management, its possible fields of application and its relevance for the process optimization of the value chain. Different approaches and instruments of project management and project team leadership are introduced before project organization, structuring and controlling are discussed in detail including Demand in Tourism. Applied Project Management comprises a real case study including individual reading and research, team work, class discussions, presentations, portfolio discussions of findings. Different approaches and instruments of Project Management, Strategic Planning and Tourism Management will be applied in this real tourism specific project. The Master Thesis Seminar covers standards in academic writing, the function of the Master Thesis within the programme context, approaches to find an adequate research question for the final thesis, strategic issues and questions regarding personal goals and career planning, cooperation with companies and business practice for writing the thesis, originality of the thesis topic, approach to literature research, literature originality issues and plagiarism rules, the writing a mock-thesis. Master Thesis involves the students in actually engaging in the research or case study project and writing and finalising the thesis paper. The Internship includes a 20-week internship work contract with a company or organisation involved in general or tourism business or activities. Elective Courses Contemporary Issues in Tourism International Politics and Relations in Tourism Leadership Challenges Applications of Business Strategies in E-Tourism and Tour Operation Teaching Methods The basic principle of the MBA in International Tourism Management is researching while learning. The systematic training of technical and social competences plays a key role. Classes are generally held as seminars. The lecturers use selective methods of presentation, for example discussions among students, supervised group work, analysis of case-studies and project work to ensure convincing results. Target Group The postgraduate course MBA in International Tourism Management offers compulsory subjects only, all of which focus on the systematic preparation of future managers for the various tasks within international tourism management in a global environment. In order to address the complexities in coordinating the different tourism-related industries and to fulfill the need to upgrade skills in this sector, training needs to be improved. Goals The MTM-program provides students with a careful balance of managerial knowledge and specialist skills tailored specifically towards the tourism sector. The ability to be resilient and adaptable to changes is a critical requirement for survival. Managers need to be able to take charge and to implement tough and decisive actions. This requires innovative and comprehensive networking skills. Therefore this prestigious degree enables students to take charge of these changes effectively with great confidence and make use of the abundant opportunities of tomorrow. The core components of the MBA program cover the following areas of qualifications: The phenomenon of tourism and its systems Economics of tourism and its industries Environments of tourism Tourism demand Strategic and operative marketing competences in tourism International and global tourism management Specific management competences in tourism (a.o. project management, e-tourism, quality management and process management) Marketing research in tourism Culture and cross-culture management Business policy and ethics Degree The MBA in International Tourism Management is completed with the master's examination which is taken after two semesters. Students are required to write their master´s thesis at the end of the second semester when all modules have fully been covered. The thesis has to be defended in an oral exam. In case a student does an internship after the second semester the oral exam takes place after the third semester. The overall grade incorporates results obtained from exams during the course as well as the evaluation of the master´s thesis. Upon successful completion of the course students are awarded the degree of "Master of Business Administration (MBA)". Entry requirements The general requirements for admission are: An academic, business-related degree (bachelor). For foreign applicants: the course director has to approve the academic degree. Generally two years of practical professional experience. Proof of a very good standard of English shown by appropriate certificates (A-level English course, TOEFL paper based 560 points, TOEFL computer based 220 points, IELTS 6,0; option: English test) [-]

MBA in Global Management

International Graduate Center (IGC)
Campus Full time 3 semesters

Our MBA course aims to provide the opportunity to junior managers to gain specific competences which are essential for successful global business today. [+]

One year full time postgraduate Degree Course The world is globalizing and we are in the middle of it! This fact requires a changing profile of management skills. Our MBA course aims to provide the opportunity to junior managers to gain specific competences which are essential for successful global business today. We congratulate you for taking the opportunity and the challenge of learning together with people who share the same values although coming from different backgrounds. At the end of your studies you will feel more confident and prepared to face the challenges of a multinational business environment around the globe. The choice you make today will make a difference to your future. The program is characterized by a highly qualified teaching staff, an inspiring international and diverse student body, a faculty which offers a unique environment for intellectual exchange, joint research combined with academic excellence, practical orientation and an in-company internship. Course Structure Since the course structure is based upon different modules there is no final general exam. Students have to pass an exam in all ten modules. After passing a module students will gain the determined number of credit points. Students must achieve 60 ECTS Credit Points in total. Course Content Compulsory Modules Diversity Management & Ethics aims to provide students with the capability to apply cross-cultural management skills in negotiations, marketing, leadership etc. Additionally, students will have developed skills to identify, to analyse and to better cope with ethical conflicts in business and will have acquired professional skills to develop an ethical code for a company and make it work after completing the course. Global Management consists of two components: "strategic management and globalisation" and "organizing international and global business". This modul provides learners with a deepened knowledge of internationalisation strategies, concepts and instruments of strategic management, and a systematic knowledge in international marketing. Research & Communication introduces "quantitative methods" to analyse data and apply statistical analyses. In Global economics students acquire the competence to make sound decisions concerning international economic issues especially with respect to international trade and trade policy. They will be familiar with the fundamental causes of exchange rate fluctuations as well as the key determinants of international capital flows and will be able to take up an individual position in discussions of this field. Operations Management, Logistics and MIS addresses adequate solutions for logistic problems. Students will be able to use information systems (MIS) in companies and under­stand the interplay between strategy, organization and information systems. International Finance and Accounting consists of "Global Finance" addressing cost of capital for overseas investment, international transfer pricing and international tax planning and optimizing, and "International Accounting" introducing managerial and financial accounting function from an international perspective. Management Functions in Global Business includes both marketing and HR. The aim is to make students aware of the requirements of a well conceived and implemented marketing programme for international sales. Additionally, they will learn about the eminent strategic relevance of IHRM for the effectiveness of MNEs and will have the competence to elaborate an adequate concept of staffing and individual career planning for global business. International Legal and Tax Framework introduces basic principles of private international business law and addresses the purpose, kinds, regulation and use of taxation in international business. Project and Quality Management addresses fundamental principles of project management and deals with the analysis and development of processes from various perspectives such as efficiency, responsiveness, quality and productivity. Elective Courses German Business Environment includes"German History and Culture" and "German Economy and Business". After completion of this module students will have a profound understanding the political and legal structure of the German state and its historical background and can evaluate social and cultural life in Germany. Innovative Entrepreneurship is designed to provide the innovative, prudent risk taker with a practical approach for converting brilliant ideas into wealth. This course provides a road map for the perseverance and persistence required to successfully start a new business venture. Innovation Management focuses on the concept of innovation and its importance in organization, including the management process. Topics covered include the technology innovation process, innovation in corporations and research, innovation deployment in the manufacturing industry, strategies of using innovation and developing new business, and the creation of market sellers. Comparative East Asian Management examines the main management systems in East Asia (i.e. China, India, Japan, and Korea) and compares the management styles within East Asia and with the Western world. After completion of this module students are familiar with the nature of East Asian business systems and know distinctive features and differences in national management styles. The key element of Business Game: Strategic Marketing (Istanbul) is Markstrat, a strategic simulation game, which is designed to teach strategic marketing concepts such as brand portfolio strategy, segmentation, and positioning strategies. After completion of this module students will have learned to make decisions about the future under conditions of uncertainty. Teaching Methods The basic principle of the MBA in Global Management program is researching while learning. The systematic training of technical and social competences here plays a key role. Classes are generally held as seminars. Lecturers use selective methods of presentation, for example discussions among the students, supervised groupwork, analysis of case-studies and project work to ensure convincing results. Exams Depending on the course different accompanying exam alternatives occur: Written exam (WE) Oral exam (OE) Assignment (A) Written presentation (WP) The master's examination consists of: The course accompanying exams The Master's Thesis plus oral defence Target Group The MBA course Master in Global Management endeavours to offer junior managers the opportunity to obtain specific competencies required for successful global business today. The aim is to provide management skills as well as thought-provoking experiences focused on global business. This is an essential requirement for students interested in a career in either government, international organisations or business enterprises. The course puts students at an advantage when it comes to leadership excellence. Goals The MGM-programme aims to provide management skills as well as mindexpanding experiences focused on global business. This is an essential need for students interested to pursue their career in either government, international organisations and business enterprises. Thus the course gives students an edge when it comes to leadership excellence. Degree The MGM-programme is completed with the Master`s Examination which is taken after two semesters. Students are required to write their Master`s Thesis at the end of the second semester when all modules have been covered in full. The thesis has to be defended in an oral exam. In case a student does an internship after the second semester the oral exam takes place after the third semester. The overall grade incorporates the results obtained from exams during the course and the evaluation of the Master's Thesis. Upon successful completion of the course students are awarded the degree of "Master of Business Administration. Admission An academic, business-related degree (bachelor) Two years of practical professional experience Proof of a very good standard of English shown by appropriate certificates: (A-level English course, TOEFL paper based 560 points, TOEFL computer based 220 points, IELTS 6,0; option: English test) Additional requirements for foreign applicants: The approval of the academic degree achieved and its equivalence to the standard by the MGM-course director and the relevant authority. [-]

MBA

Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO
Campus Part time 18 months October 2017 Russia Moscow

The SKOLKOVO MBA is an international educational modular programme for anyone planning to develop a business and build his or her career in Russia or countries with rapidly changing economies. [+]

WHY SKOLKOVO MBA?

The study does not interfere with your work The module-based format of the programme provides a unique opportunity to effectively combine study and work. You can immediately assess the validity of the theoretical models in practice and find the most effective solutions for the business challenges that you face The best professors from international business schools Every professor on the programme is not simply a world famous theoretician, but also an internationally acclaimed business practitioner, who delivers state-of-the-art academic and practical business expertise. Consequently, SKOLKOVO MBA students have an opportunity to learn from the top 25 business schools in Europe and America. Focus on practical skills The SKOLKOVO MBA Programme combines theory and practice. In each discipline you learn not only what you need to do, but also how to apply this knowledge in practice. The study includes analysis of classical business cases, and also the search for the optimal solution to your current business challenges directly during lessons. Project work, coaching, the Management Tool Box, business simulation, communications with the founders of the School and successful businessmen form your assured practical skills. Innovative content of the programme In addition to classical management methods, each component of the programme proposes best practice approaches to resolving business challenges A full-scale programme module is dedicated to detailed study of innovative management methods. The international modules and communications with businessmen-practitioners will provide you with an understanding of topical concerns today and also future trends for the next five-ten years. Unique business community Studying at SKOLKOVO opens the school’s unique business community to you. Professors, mentors – founders, fellow students, Executive MBA students and invited experts speakers form a unique business community in Russia, which will enable you to build a network of useful contacts for the development of partner relations [-]