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St. Petersburg University’s Executive MBA programme gets FT listing.
The Executive MBA programme of the St. Petersburg University (SPbU), has for the first time been listed in the Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking 2020 of the world’s 100 best Executive MBA programmes.
SPbU was ranked 93rd in the overall ranking and 48th among European business schools.
The Executive MBA programme is realized at the Graduate School of Management SPbU (GSOM SPbU) — a business school founded with the support of the Government of the Russian Federation.
In September 2005, President of Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin initiated the national priority project “Education” whose goal was to create a world-class Russian business school to train a national elite of management personnel capable of solving the problems of increasing the country’s competitiveness in the context of the global economy of the 21st century.
And according to Nikolay Kropachev, Rector of St. Petersburg University, the acknowledgement of the high level of business education at St. Petersburg University is reflected in prestigious international accreditations and rankings, where SPbU has been listed in the TOP-100 for years.
“We are proud to be here among the world’s best universities and schools. The fact that GSOM SPbU has entered into the list of the best universities according to the Financial Times is the merit of all the faculty, professors, students and alumni of the program. Thanks to the support of the Government of the Russian Federation, we have beaten the challenge and are setting new ambitious goals”, he said.
The Financial Times analyzes educational programmes based on data obtained from business schools and through surveys of alumni.