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Host Universities

Moscow school of social and economic sciences (MSSES) and Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) are our annual host Universities which share one Campus. 

Address: Prospect Vernadskogo 82-84, Moscow, Russia

Moscow school of social and economic sciences (MSSES) 

The Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences (MSSES) is an accredited, global, educational institution. Since 1995, MSSES has worked actively to provide various programs of higher education – namely master's degrees – and professional training. The main aim of the Moscow School’s founders was to create a university in Russia that could compete with the best universities in the world. Six years before the signing of the Bologna Declaration, the Moscow School had already adopted the “Bologna structure”.
In order to ensure excellence, the Moscow School has selected the best Russian scholars and trained them in leading Western universities. It has also created an academic library that to this day remains unique in terms of maintaining Western library standards in a Russian university. Furthermore, the Moscow School has created curricula and programs that have since been accredited by either British universities or the Russian Department of Education.
Working in harmony with both the Russian and British education systems, the Moscow School offers programs in professional retraining and implements the most effective methods of teaching and self-training.
Each year the Moscow School’s five faculties teach more than three hundred students. More than two thousand individuals have graduated over the past years and are successfully pursuing their professional careers.

Russian Presidential Academy of national Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) 

The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) was founded by Presidential Decree on September 20, 2010. This foundation involved the merger of two previously existing academies: The Academy of National Economy (ANE), which was established in 1977, and the Russian Academy of Public Administration (RAPA), established in 1991. The merger also brought together 12 other state educational institutions.

Each of the merged academies had already earned reputations as leaders in training Russia's political elite. From the moment of its creation in 1977, ANE prided itself as a breeding ground for future ministers. With the fall of the Soviet Union, ANE changed its strategic model from training members of the ‘Nomenclatura’ to providing high-quality business education for a new generation of leaders by becoming an institute of higher education that offers a wide array of academic opportunities in management. Likewise, RAPA has traditionally been a national leader in providing public management training for current and future state and municipal civil servants.

RANEPA orginize well-known Gaidar Forum and Summer Campus in Tatarstan.

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