State University of Management develops cooperation between China and Russia
On July 24, the Vice-rector of the State University of Management Alexander Troitsky met with employees of the Education Section of the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Moscow. During the meeting, the First Secretary of the Education Section of the Embassy Mei Hancheng handed over a letter of appreciation from the Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to the Russian Federation Li Hui to the university management for the active work conducted by the State University of Management in developing cooperation between Russia and China in the field of education.
For more than 30 years, the State University of Management has been developing cooperation with universities in the People’s Republic of China. The first agreement was signed in 1986 with Harbin Institute of Technology, a member of the C9 League of leading Chinese universities. The State University of Management is implementing international educational programs, including a program on International Manufacturing Business.
The partnership is based on cooperation between the Institute of Industry Management at the Department of International Manufacturing Business under the leadership of Fanis Sharipov and two Chinese universities, including Ningbo University (since 2008) and Heilongjiang University (since 2016). Following their studies, the graduates receive two diplomas from leading universities of both countries. The best of the best are awarded with grants from the Chinese government to pursue a Master’s Degree in their chosen universities in China.