According to the most recent ranking of internationalization in Russian business schools, compiled by "Expert" analytics center ( http://www.acexpert.ru/ac/), IBS Moscow (ИБДА) is at the top of the chart both in terms of the number of international partners (accredited by at least one of the "Triple Crown" accreditation agencies and "Triple Crown" accredited) and the number of double degree programs with international partners (overall and accredited by at least one of the "Triple Crown" accreditation agencies). It is for the second time that IBS-Moscow is ranked first among Russian and CIS business schools oriented at the internationalization of education and international presence.
The 2022 ranking took place in the context of changing geopolitical conditions and sanctions pressure. Therefore, according to Sergey Myasoedov, Russian business education needs to form partnerships and educational alliances with the best business schools in Asia, Africa, Latin America, the Near and Middle East. “It is noteworthy that among the business schools in these regions, about three dozen have “a triple crown accreditation". The focus of attention should, of course, also be directed at the countries of the EurAsEC,” he notes.
This year the most well-known Russian business schools were ranked as follows:
Position in the Ranking
Number of international partners, accredited by at least one of the "Triple Crown" accreditation agencies
Number of partners with "Triple Crown" accreditation
The Graduate School of Management of St. Petersburg University
Higher School of Economics
Graduate School of Economics and Management of Ural Federal University
SKOLKOVO Business School
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IBS-Moscow is the first Russian business school to be accredited by AACSB International. It also has AMBA and NASDOBR accreditations. The school is focused on the needs of the Russian entrepreneurial and market-driven private companies of medium and large sizes known in the business literature as "the hidden champions of the 21st Century". IBS Moscow was a pioneer in the internationalization of business education in Russia, and has prioritized internationalization throughout its history.