Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

Moscow
1977

The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) was founded by presidential order on September 20, 2010. This foundation involved the merger of two previously existing academies: The Academy of National Economy (ANE), which was established in 1977, and the Russian Academy of Public Administration (RAGS), established in 1991. The merger also brought together 12 other state educational institutions.

 
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Programs

While striving to reach out to a new generation of global students, the Academy offers the following master's programs taught fully in English.
 
Kingston University in Moscow
  • MBA
  • EMBA
Master's Programs
  • Master of Global Public Policy
  • MA in Change Management
  • MS in Global Finance
  • MS in International Business
  • MS in International Management
  • MS in Project Management
Summer programs
  • Preparing Global Leaders Summit
  • Russian International Summer Campus

Accommodation

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Scholarships

Scholarship are available for best international students.

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Testimonials

Marlena Davis:
«I enjoyed studying in Moscow, although it really does differ from the way that I was used to studying in America (in terms of the structure of the classes and how the classes are taught). What I enjoyed most was having classes comprised of students of varying nationalities, and being able to have frank conversations about our countries of origin, how our experiences differ living there versus in Moscow, the stereotypes Russians had about Americans, etc. It was quite interesting to see how our opinions and perspectives differed, and also how they were the same, and then being able to apply those conversations and our experiences in either country to the topics that we were studying. At that period, I also had the opportunity to live with some of the Russian students in the program – and that was probably the best experience for me, as there are certainly things about Russian life that you just can’t learn in the classroom. I formed quite a few solid friendships during this program. And those are the kinds of experiences that I would not have had if I had not done the program, in my opinion.»
Jonathan Wood, Vassar College, 2012:
«"If you have the drive and desire to learn Russian and experience the city of Moscow <...>, I strongly recommend this program." My name is Jonathan Wood and am a graduate of Vassar College ('12) as well as a current Georgetown Law student. I also hope to pursue a dual degree with both a JD and Master's Degree in Russian and Eastern European Studies from Georgetown. My experience with the study abroad program was wonderful. I received an internship that was focused on my career track as I worked at the Slavic Center of Law and Justice and was happy with my work there. I primarily did translations on their website and for their periodical, but I always felt respected by my superiors. By talking with my colleagues and superiors, my professional proficiency of Russian grew at a quick rate. My advanced Russian class was stimulating and engaging, as well, since the professor truly cared about my success and learning. The work and class, however, are not too intense to prevent you from having plenty of free time to explore the city. I was fortunate and lived by one of the main parks in the center of Moscow, which allowed me to spend hours traversing the city and finding new markets, stores, and other social venues. The staff was also very attentive and helpful as I managed to break my arm (no fault but my own) during my stay. I felt well taken care of and was not concerned at any moment despite having to get surgery in Moscow due to the support I received. If you have the drive and desire to learn Russian and experience the city of Moscow and are a relative self-starter, I strongly recommend this program.»
Ronald Anderson, Stanford University, 2012:
«"Moscow. From the fleeting warm days of early and mid-September to the short snowy days in December when the sky spends most of the day cast in the glow of a perpetual dreamy twilight, Moscow was a beautiful experience.." Moscow. From the fleeting warm days of early and mid-September to the short snowy days in December when the sky spends most of the day cast in the glow of a perpetual dreamy twilight, Moscow was a beautiful experience. When I came, I knew nothing. Not the alphabet, not "Hello"—nothing. However, thanks to an amazing Russian teacher and the daily need to put my nascent knowledge to use, my proficiency grew at an alarming and satisfying rate. My host family was also very supportive, and helped with my Russian language skills in addition to lending key insights into Russian culture. Though perhaps not at first glance, the Russian people were warm, inviting, and so dearly open. One must only try, and they will be sure to meet you halfway. Aside from the many sights there are to see in Moscow—from Red Square to amusing holes-in-the-wall off of random side streets a little south of the center—the long-distance excursion to Suzdal was a highlight of my experience. It lent a glimpse into the inner life of a different Russia; sedate, and even pleasantly bucolic compared to the bustling Moscow. I grew up., branched out, and stretched my limits; and each day held a new and wonderful surprise. Therefore, I can forever say, "My dearest Russia."»
Josh DeMoss, Baylor University, 2012:
«"Moscow - What surge that sound can start in every Russian's inmost heart!" Pushkin once said in his novel Eugene Onegin, "Moscow - What surge that sound can start in every Russian's inmost heart!" Though I am not Russian, I understand the surge. Moscow was everything I expected and much more. First off, my homestay was amazing. The food was great, and they were always willing to help me with my homework. The friends I made, both American and Russian, along with Moscow, made the experience once in a lifetime. There was always something to do! I not only learned the Russian language, but I learned how willing everyone was to teach me about their culture and lifestyle. I will never forget the lessons I learned and the people I met. The staff at the Academy was also very kind; always willing to help with anything whether it be train tickets, taxis, museums, or just the best place to eat. I was also very lucky to have the chance to attend the Summer Campus in Kazan, where I made tons of Russian friends my age and was able to work side-by-side on business and service projects. It was amazing experience, and I even had to get on stage and practice my Russian in front of 200 people! These experiences helped me grow as a student, world citizen, and a friend.»
Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration International Department
Tel: +7 499 270-29-84
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