Presidential Academy becomes accredited training center of University of London Worldwide
The University of London International Programs has awarded the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) the status of an Accredited Training Center. RANEPA students are now eligible for double degrees.
The Academy has joined the University of London Worldwide network of accredited training centers, which includes more than 90 schools in more than 40 countries. With the accredited training center status, RANEPA students will have the opportunity to simultaneously complete RANEPA and University of London programs.
RANEPA will implement three Master’s degree programs in collaboration with educational institutions that are part of the University of London: LLM (Master of Laws) program from Queen Mary, University of London, and the University College of London (UCL); the MSc Data Science program from Goldsmith, University of London; and the MSc Supply Chain Management and Global Logistics program from the City, University of London.
The programs will be delivered by RANEPA Institute of Public Administration and Civil Service (IPACS), the Institute of Economics, Mathematics and Information Technologies (EMIT), the Institute of Business Studies (IBS Moscow), and the Graduate School of Corporate Management (GSCM).
The RANEPA accredited training center will give students a unique opportunity to study in English in the Master's program at the University of London, which will further expand their employment prospects in the international labor market. Graduates will be awarded two degrees – from the University of London and from RANEPA.
Established in 1836, the University of London is the oldest and largest collegiate university in Europe. The university implements its programs through 17 independent educational institutions in London. The members of the University of London network rank high on international rankings. About 120,000 students from 180 countries are being trained at the university at present, of which 50,000 are studying remotely.