Why is sustainable development a state priority and how is personnel training coming along in this context? Explain IFSD RANEPA
Achieving UN Sustainable Development Goals is included in Russia’s national development priorities. The Bachelor's degree program Public Administration for Sustainable Development, is designed for ambitious young people who consider a career in state or municipal administration, development institutions or large corporations. RANEPA Institute of Finance and Sustainable Development (IFSD) shares some details of the program in a Q&A below.
- What are the program’s benefits?
- The program Public Administration for Sustainable Development is part of a multidisciplinary Bachelor's degree that spans three areas of study – State and Municipal Administration, Management, and International Relations. If you realize you’ve made the wrong choice in your first year and would like to major in something else, for example, in international relations, you won’t need to transfer to another program. You just change your major.
The program graduates are qualified to participate in or manage:
• projects in state and municipal administration;
• public-private partnership projects;
• projects aimed at implementing the cluster policy in regional development, at creating priority development areas;
• projects that encourage environmentally responsible practices,
• green economy projects.
Students will have the opportunity to work on projects of various levels of complexity to build their professional portfolio, both individually and in teams. They are expected to do research and industrial practicums at the school’s partner companies, participate in foreign internships to improve their foreign language skills and explore the best foreign cases related to investment, management and project management.
This program is unique because it focuses on foresight practices to foster strategic thinking in students. Students can take qualification exams in accordance with professional standards at the end of their training.
- What kind of jobs and careers do your graduates pursue? How much do they make?
- Our graduates get jobs with public authorities, as well as large corporations, industrial enterprises, and public organizations.
According to leading recruitment sites, a Government Relations Manager can be offered about 100,000 rubles a month or more.
- Has your program been assessed by any experts?
- Our program has been acknowledged by highly successful professionals. In particular, Governor of the Novgorod Region Andrey Nikitin has analyzed IFSD programs in a video address to potential students.
- Where do I find enrollment details?
- For more information about the availability of state scholarships, tuition fees, potential internships and on campus premises can be found on the IFSD website.
We also hold online presentations of multidisciplinary bachelor's programs in State and Municipal Administration, Management, and International Relations on the first Thursday of each month at 3 pm. You can register for the next conference here.
If you have any questions, please contact Executive Secretary of the IFSD admissions committee Anastasia Rudko.
Phone: + 7 (916) 112-5678, +7 (499) 201-4000, +7 (499) 201-5122, +7 (499) 956-9059.