Grand opening of English-language undergraduate programs at RANEPA ISS
On Monday, September 2, the School of Public Policy and Management at RANEPA ISS hosted the grand opening of its English-language undergraduate programs, Global Governance and Leadership and European Business, Languages and Culture. Students from around Russia and Europe have embarked on a four-year marathon in these complex and very interesting programs.
Dean of The American Business School of Paris, Dr. Fady Fadel, and Director of Deutsche Management Akademie Niedersachsen (DMAN), Dr. Harald Becker, attended the ceremony as special guests. Leading business schools in France and Germany are partners of the School of Public Policy and Management at RANEPA Institute for Social Sciences (ISS) in student exchanges, double degree programs and built-in modules. The guests spoke about the importance of getting a good education and the prospects for young professionals in the international market. They were pleasantly surprised by the students’ high level of English, French and German, as well as their motivation to study and achieve results.
“For more than five years, the German Academy of Management in Lower Saxony has been a partner of the School of Public Policy and Management. Every year, undergraduate and graduate students from RANEPA do their practicums at DMAN. Our teachers always note the high level of training and motivation of these students. Every year, we upgrade our program of practicums to incorporate new trends and the current agenda. It was a great honor for me to attend this ceremony,” Dr. Harald Becker said.
“The grand opening of the Global Governance and Leadership program has become a good tradition at the School. This year, the European Business, Languages and Culture program was added to our product line. We are very pleased that our foreign partners took the time to meet and talk with our students and teachers. Coordinated joint work is the key to our graduates’ future success,” said Natalya Abramova, Director of the School of Public Policy and Management.