Joint graduate programs will be launched by the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) and the University of London Worldwide. The corresponding agreement was concluded on October 9. The document was signed by RANEPA Rector Vladimir Mau and Mike Winter, Director of Global Development of University of London.
Starting next year, three Master's programs will begin to operate. Moreover, each of them is implemented for the first time in the world. A Master's degree in data science, supply chain management and global logistics, as well as a Master of Law, will be opened for students.
According to Vladimir Mau, these programs will interest those who seek the advantages of the British and Russian education systems. The rector recalled that the university was preparing management specialists, and these programs would be useful for everyone. “This is a separate program with separate admission conditions,” he said. In turn, Mike Winter noted that the University of London strictly adheres to educational standards.
Graduates of the programs will receive diplomas from two universities - RANEPA and the University of London.
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