Professor Ronald Tuninga meets with Kingston/RANEPA program participants
On October 6, this year’s Kingston/RANEPA MBA, EMBA and IHRM programs began with over 80 participants enrolled despite the economic crises. The new participants include middle managers and senior executives of major companies such as Rosneft, Rusal, MTS, VTB, ABB, Hewlett Packard, Takeda, HSBC, S7, etc. Dr. Ronald Tuninga, Pro Vice Chancellor at Kingston University in London,visited the Presidential Academy to address the participants.
Dean of the Faculty of International Programs of RANEPA Institute of Sectoral Management Margarita Perepelitsa gave a traditional opening speech, welcoming the new students. She noted with appreciation that senior executives of national and international companies chose to invest their time and money in advanced business education, making it their life priority.
The new school year began with a lecture from Professor Ronald Tuninga, Dean of the Faculty of Business and Law and Pro Vice Chancellor for Enterprise and Faculty Management at Kingston Business School. The British professor talked about Kingston University’s development strategy, noting that this year, the University was awarded the AACSB international accreditation which made it one of the world’s Top 80 Triple Crown business schools.
The students asked a lot of questions about Britain’s exit from the European Union, Kingston University’s booming development and its business programs. Later on, a three-day Interactive Marketing module was organized as part of the Internalization Program, with 15 Kingston Business School students from various countries (USA, UK, Spain, Portugal, India, Vietnam, etc.) participating along with Russians.