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The Rome Business School partner of the Southern Federal University, Rostov – Russia

The Rome Business School has begun a collaboration with the “Southern Federal University,” Rostov – Russia.

Southern Federal University was established in November 2006 as a result of accession by way of structural units to state educational establishment of higher professional education “Rostov State University” the following state educational institutions:

Rostov State Academy of Architecture and Art, Rostov State Pedagogical University, Taganrog State Radioengineering University.

Southern Federal University is a major traditional educational institution in Russia, it offers training in almost all branches of contemporary science and humanities. It’s a vast structure comprising 12 research institutes, 35 departments, 4 higher school institutes, South-Russian Center of Information Technologies, 26 educational centers.

Within the Southern Federal University, the Institute of Economics and International Economic Relations (IECIER) is a structural unit founded in 2001.  Its Director is Arkhipov Alexey U.. Doctor of Science in Economics, Professor, Head of World Economy and International Relations Department, Economic Faculty, Southern Federal University. Expert “Training methodical association of education in the sphere of world economy” on the basis of the Finance Academy of the Government of Russian Federation, Full member of the Academy of Economic Sciences, the Academy of Humanities, Philosophical and Economic Scientist Assembly of Moscow State University.

Institute of Economics and International Economic Relations is a member of European Council for Business Education, that coordinates educational processes and delivers modern technologies of business education.

Also IECIER is a corporate member of Russian Association of Business Education, that coordinate business education in Russia.

Partnering with the Rome Business School provides for the possibility of joint programs, research, exchange of students and faculty, joint research activities.

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