How does one emerge as a successful digital economy leader? Explain IMRD RANEPA
RANEPA Institute for Management and Regional Development (IMRD) is offering a joint master's degree program with the School of International Business and Entrepreneurship (SIBE) at Steinbeis University in Berlin, Management of Production and Infrastructure Systems in the Digital Economy. Read our material below to find out what skills the students will develop and what kind of careers they will be able to pursue with this degree.
What makes this program unique?
The program is practice-oriented, which means students will be developing their own projects with the support from Russian and German teachers.
The program combines tuition in two languages, Russian and English. High proficiency in a foreign language will allow students to build effective communication with their foreign partners in the future.
What exactly will the attendees be learning?
They will study digital technologies in management, project planning and digital business management methods, innovation and digital leadership.
What skills will graduates have?
After training, the students will be able to solve real business cases, implement management decisions in the digital economy, and introduce innovative projects in business.
Who are the professors?
The program is taught by Russian and German professors of economics and management, as well as experts, business practitioners who will analyze real business cases with the students.
What kind of degree/diploma will the program award?
After completing this double degree course, the students will be awarded a Russian state diploma confirming a Master’s Degree in Management, as well as a Master’s Degree in Management from Steinbeis School of International Business and Entrepreneurship (SIBE), Berlin, Germany.
What are admission requirements?
Students need to apply to RANEPA as well as Steinbeis SIBE in Berlin. To enroll in RANEPA, they have to pass a general test and an interview to confirm their fluency in English. They will be invited for an interview for the German school; they will also have to take a test and confirm their English proficiency.