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FEFU to introduce Executive MBA program “Business in Asia” on Friday - EastRussia | Far East






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FEFU on Friday will introduce the Executive MBA program "Business in Asia"

The Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) 8 of September will hold the opening ceremony of the business education audience, which will launch the Executive MBA educational program “Business in Asia: Creation and Promotion” (a joint project of FEFU and ARTC of the Far East), the press service of the university reported on Tuesday. The ceremony will be held at the FEFU School of Economics and Management (Building G, Aud. No. 615) at 9.00 local time. The first deputy head of the Ministry of the East Development, Alexander Osipov, will take part in it, and. about. rector of FEFU Nikita Anisimov, director of the School of Economics and Management of FEFU Elena Gafforova, general director of the APLC of Far East Valentin Timakov, partner of eCamb consulting company, mentor of Google Launchpad business accelerator Peter Tatishchev.

As part of the training, it is reported that top managers and entrepreneurs will become familiar with the peculiarities of doing business in the APR under the guidance of leading experts in this field. The program, designed for a year, includes 12 modules, and will be held in Vladivostok and Singapore.

The first set of the program consists of 16 students who will start classes immediately after the opening of the audience. The program will be opened by the lecture “The interaction of business and government. Development of the Asian partnership in the framework of TOR and SVP ”, which will be read by the First Deputy Minister Alexander Osipov. The program will continue Peter Tatishchev.