Kingston MBA in Moscow placed at the top of the MBA rankings in Russia

Posted Monday 3 November 2014

The Kingston MBA in Moscow has once again been ranked at the top of MBA programmes in Russia by major newspaper Izverstiya. The rankings are based on salary increase of graduates, the length of time to achieve a promotion or secure a new role after completing the course, quality of networking opportunities and personal and professional development; the latter receiving a 4.82/5.00 rating. The programme has previously been ranked number one by Izvestia, as well as by the business journal Company Secrets.

"To continue to be at the top of the MBA rankings in one of the fastest growing economies in the world speaks to the quality of the Kingston MBA," explains course director Dr Kent Springdal. "The partnership between Kingston and the Academy adds a powerful, global dimension to our programme and gives students from both schools a unique opportunity to gain a comparative understanding of business practices in the UK and Russia."

The partnership between Kingston Business School and the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RPANEPA) is now its 16th year and provides opportunities for study exchanges between students of the two schools.

RPANEPA also delivers Kingston's International Human Resource Management MSc, a programme ranked 32nd in Europe in the Eduniversal Best Masters rankings.

Find out more about the Master of Business Administration MBA.

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