The English-language Master's Program in International Management of the Institute of Business Studies (IBS), RANEPA was ranked #12 in the Financial Times ranking of master programs in international management.

Being included  in the top 15 of the most prestigious world ranking not only confirms the quality of the educational program, but also reflects the  global recognition of the high level of Russian business education.

Master's Program in International Management of IBS-Moscow is an intensive program, aimed at developing  leadership skills in a global context. The program, launched in 2004,  has  over  500 graduates,  who now have leadership positions  in companies,  government organizations as well as  in the private, non-profit sectors, start-ups and social enterprises.

“In the current turbulent geopolitical situation, despite all the difficulties, we managed to achieve an unprecedentedly challenging goal. IBS-Moscow has once again proved its status as the leading national business school at the international level. We train managers who are able to cope with any challenges, who are ready to work for the good of their country. Last year, two  EMBA programs of IBS-Moscow were ranked # 44 and # 45  by the FT EMBA ranking. It was a brilliant result, a very important achievement for the entire Russian business education. However, this year we not only strengthened our position, but also significantly improved it: our English-language master's program is among the 15 best and most prestigious business programs in the world. This is the first achievement of this kind in the history of Russian business education,” emphasized Sergey Myasoedov, Vice-Rector, Director of IBS- Moscow, President of the Russian Association of Business Education (RABE). – This ranking result puts the  program  on  par with the programs of the best business schools in Europe - the London Business School (LBS), the Higher School of Economics of Paris (HEC, Paris) and a number of others - breaking their absolute monopoly on world-class quality, which lasted more half a century.

The FT ranking is considered the main indicator of the quality of Master programs in Management, MBA and EMBA programs. The ranking methodology considers such criteria as career success, income growth of graduates, student satisfaction and return on investment in education, internship opportunities, the quality and qualifications of faculty and other criteria.

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