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GSOM Strategy

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  • 1.
  • 2. Conceptual Foundations
    • Jan.1993: School of Management founded – the first University BS in RF
    (4 FT profs & 33 Bachelors; in cooperation w/Haas BS, UC Berkeley)
    • Jan.2007: reorganized into Graduate School of Management, SPbU(part of the National Priority Project in Education with the mission
    to become a world-class Russian business school)
    • Business model: semi-autonomous unit of the top national University
    - diversified portfolio of degree programs + non-degree ExecEd
    - multi-source financing: tuition, federal budget (20%),fundraising &endowment
    - governance: Dean elected, reports to SPbU Rector + Advisory Board
    • International Recognition
    - best business school in Russia, top-3 in CEE by EdUniversal (2009)
    - the Russian member of CEMS and PIM; member of EFMD, AACSB, EABiS
    - 2 degree programs accredited: EPAS (Bachelor), AMBA (EMBA)
    - GSOM Dean is the member of EFMD, CEMS and EPAS Boards
  • 3. 2009/10 Facts & Figures: General
    • Students and Alumni
    - 1200 in degree programs (700 Bachelors; evolves towards graduate school)
    - Student body: high quality profile (GMAT, USE), 19 countries represented
    - 3300+ graduates of degree programs since 1995
    • Faculty
    - 65 full-time professors (all w/international academic experience)
    - 150 part-time (academics & practitioners, incl. 45 international faculty)
    • Organization
    - 4 divisions: Bachelor; Master; ExecEd (incl. EMBA); Research
    - 7 acad. departments: Finance & Accounting; IT Mgmt; Marketing; OB & HR; Operations Mgmt; Public Administration; Strategic & Intl Mgmt
    • Finances and Infrastructure
    - €10 mln budget + €2 mln endowment (€100 mln goal)
    - unique facilities in central St.Petersburg; €200 mln campus project (2012)
    - state-of-the-art library and IT resources
  • 4. 2009/10 Facts & Figures: Programs
    • Bachelor in Management (4 years, International Mgmt, Finance,
    Marketing; Russian/English, 200/year)
    • Master(2 years, in English, 130/y, selection: GMAT, TOEFL)
    - Master in International Business (since 1999)
    - Dual Degrees:CEMS MIM (FT №1); w/HEC (FT №2); MITIM w/LUT
    - 2010: Master in Finance; 2011: Master in Public Administration
    • Doctoral Program(3 years, Russian/English, 10/y) -> Ph.D.
    • 5. Executive MBA
    - EMBA (22 mo, in Russian, €26000, 100/y)
    - DD EMBA w/HEC Paris (18mo, English, €38000, 20/y)
    • “Retraining degree” program (Health Care Mgmt, 9 mо,100/y)
    • 6. Customized Executive Education (SPb, Moscow, corporate sites…)
    - Sberbank, Rosneft, Russian Railways, Severstal…
    - alliance w/Fuqua BS, Duke; modules for (E)MBA: WU-Vienna, EADA, Babson...
  • 7. 2009/10 Facts & Figures: Internationalization
    • 39 academic partners – leading European, American and Asian schools
    Europe:BI ESADE NHH Univ. Louvain, IAG
    Bocconi HEC Paris RSM Erasmus Univ. Nova de Lisboa
    CBS AaltoSSE Univ. St.Gallen
    EBS LSE Univ. Econ, Prague Warsaw SGH
    EMLYONLUT Univ.KolnWiSo-Fac. WU Vienna
    USA and Canada: Fuqua/Duke; Haas/Berkeley; Babson; Schulich/York, McGill, Ivey
    Latin America: FGV-EAESP; ITAM, COPPEAD Asia: NUS, Tsinghua SEM
    • Strategic alliances with world’s top business schools
    • 8. HEC Paris (2004/2006): Dual Degree/EMBA & Master; student exchange; research
    • 9. Fuqua/Duke (2008):joint ExecEd programs & MBA/EMBA modules; research
    • 10. Haas/Berkeley (1993): faculty and research development
    • 11. Systemic internationalization
    • 12. 3 programs in English, 4 Dual Degree options
    • 13. Student exchanges 2009/2010: 250 incoming and outgoing (ECTS-based)
    • 14. Obligatory semester or modules abroad: Master/2007, EMBA/2008, Bachelor/2009
  • Research: International Profile
    • Top-3 in Russia for quality of economics research, by IDEAS (2009)
    - 2009:15 papers published in or accepted for intl research journals (incl. A,B,C levels)
    - publication of Russian Management Journal, №1 national research j. in management
    • Organized Research
    - Entrepreneurship Center
    - PwC Center for Corporate Social Responsibility
    - Center for Marketing Studies
    - Deutsche Bahn & Russian Railways Center
    for Intl Logistics & Supply Chain Management
    - Center for Global Strategy & Innovation
    • Annual International research conferences
    - Game Theory & Management (J.Nash; R.Aumann, R.Selten)
    - Public Sector Management & Reform (with ASPE)
    • Leading Case Resource Center on Business in Russia
    (300+ GSOM cases and teaching notes, incl. 90 registered in ECCH)
  • 15. Corporate & Alumni Relations
    • Focus on fast-growing Russian companies and MNCs
    • 16. International Advisory Board
    - first Chairman (1993-2003): John E. Pepper, CEO, P&G
    - current Chairman: Sergei B. Ivanov, Vice Prime-Minister;
    20 member companies – Russian and global leaders
    • Academic Development Committee of the Advisory Board
    Career Center; Alumni Association (chapter in Moscow);
    Career days Summer internship programs
    In-company projects Guest lectures series
    Business plan contests Business games (L`Oreal, KPMG)
  • 17. GSOM Development Stages
    • 2006-2007:project launch
    - design of new Master, EMBA and ExEd programs; case writing project
    - new business Advisory Board/partnerships; est. endowment fund
    - membership in CEMS and PIM; alliances with top global business schools
    • 2008-2012: institutional growth
    - launch of new (DualDegree) Master & MBA/EMBA, design/launch of Ph.D.
    - formation of a major Executive Education Center
    - international recruitment of world-class faculty; est. research centers
    - first program accreditations (EPAS, AMBA); start EQUIS & AACSB processes
    - inauguration of a new campus
    • 2013-2017:expansion
    - expansion w/priority for graduate programs (1800 students, only 800 Bachelors)
    - developing as internationally recognized research center, publications in FT-40
    - achieving Triple Crown Accreditation (EQUIS, AACSB, AMBA)
    • 2018 :maturity
    - developing further as a global business school
    - strong presence in global rankings (esp., FT)

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