Kingston University, RANEPA announce winners of MBA/EMBA grants
Britain’s Kingston University and Russia’s RANEPA Academy have announced the second round of grants awarded to participants of their joint MBA and Executive MBA programs. Both awardees are RANEPA students, Irina Shestakova and Maxim Akhvatov.
Irina Shestakova, training manager at Egis Pharmaceuticals PLC Representation in Russia, a participant of the Kingston/RANEPA EMBA program, received a 3,000-pound grant. “The Kingston/RANEPA EMBA has laid a solid foundation for my future international career,” Ms. Shestakova said. “Kingston University’s decision to choose me as one of their education grant recepients was an unexpected honor. The Kingston/RANEPA EMBA program has given me access to British business education and given me the opportunity of attending one of the world’s best universities. I feel grateful and deeply appreciate the recognition and confidence they have shown me. I am proud of being a student of the Kingston/RANEPA EMBA program. It provides a solid foundation for my international career. The training I am receiving opens up great opportunities, a road to success and financial soundness.”
Financial Director of Fabrika ART group of companies, a participant of the Kingston/RANEPA MBA program, has been awarded a 1,500-pound grant. He also shared his pride and excitement: “I feel very excited and grateful for the decision to award me this grant for the Kingston/RANEPA MBA program. A Master’s degree is an important career step and will help significantly enhance my professional and management skills. I expect to study the modern approaches to doing business and best international practices. I have considered all the available MBA programs that fit with my schedule and concluded with certainty that the joint program delivered by Kingston University and RANEPA is the best solution.”
We are happy to congratulate the awardees of the second round of Kingston/RANEPA MBA/EMBA grants.