The information below is specific to the MBA in Moscow
with the Institute of Business Studies - Moscow / RANEPA (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration).
The MBA program mission is to provide future managers with the core knowledge needed to adopt a holistic view of business and stimulate managerial and entrepreneurial initiative. The program also seeks to enhance career progression and enable participants to think critically and strategically in order to adapt to the changing global environment.
The Grenoble Ecole de Management MBA is unique in providing a team of international professors teaching in Moscow followed by a chosen specialization that you complete during intensive weekly sessions in Grenoble, Paris or Berlin.
Upon graduation, you will receive an MBA from the Grenoble Ecole de Management and have the opportunity to earn the Russian State Diploma, Master’s in Management (RANEPA). The convenient part-time format also allows professionals the ability to work while completing their degree.
Moscow Part-time MBA Program Duration:
19 months part-time, composed of 3 to 5 day monthly sessions over weekends.
8 months - Final Management Project
Degree level: Master (120 ECTS credits). Successful students will be awarded the GEM MBA degree and will have the opportunity to earn the State Diploma of the Master in Management from RANEPA.
Motivated executives with at least 3 years of professional experience who can study with confidence in English and who have successfully completed their undergraduate studies at any internationally recognized university.
Program Start Date: March 28, 2020
The MBA offers a 500-hour general management program in a triple-accredited International Business School. The Grenoble Ecole de Management MBA is highly applied in content, delivered by a team that brings together academic specialists, experienced managers, and consultants from a variety of sectors.
Grenoble’s partnerships enable us to offer the program in partner campus locations. The program delivered through these partnerships provides the same core modules, specialization modules and project phase as the Grenoble program. For many of the modules, faculty teaching in Grenoble travel to partner campuses, ensuring that the same teaching takes place throughout the MBA network, and enhanced by teaching input from our partner school faculty.
MBA NETWORKING AND GRENOBLE DISCOVERY WEEK
Students are invited to attend this week-long session in Grenoble, enabling GEM MBA students from campuses in Grenoble, Berlin, Moscow, and Tbilisi to come together to network and attend seminars and conferences on key management issues. The week includes company visits, networking events, and an alumni evening. Topics and events covered typically include Conflict Resolution, Interview Techniques, Radical Career Change, Salary Negotiations, and Effective Leaderships.
There are 3 distinct phases to the program:
Phase 1: Core Courses
The program is a balanced and challenging one, equipping participants with numerical and analytical skills, communication and interpersonal skills, plus insights into current managerial issues in geopolitics, macroeconomics and governance. Through regular group work on cases and individual assignments on management dilemmas, students will develop their expertise in budgetary and financial management as well as in people management. Strategic analysis and negotiation skills are developed through face-to-face team negotiations to resolve authentic and complex cases.
*The content of the program may be adapted from year to year to take into account the needs of industry. Class attendance is compulsory.
The International Environment
- Global Business and Macroeconomics
Accounting and Auditing
- Managerial Accounting
International Financial Accounting
- Intercultural Management
Sustainability and Management
- Sustainability and CSR
Tools for Decision-Making
- Microeconomics for Managers
- Strategic Human Resource Management
Organizations and Change Management
Leadership and Teambuilding
- Innovation Management
International Business Law
Integrative Case Study
- Global Business and Macroeconomics
Phase 2: Specializations
From a menu of up to 8 alternative choices, students can personalize their MBA program for 20% of their total class sessions. The Full-Time and Part-Time students from the different MBA sites join together in international groups from Grenoble, Berlin, Moscow, and Tbilisi. The content is focused on professional management activity or management in a range of functional areas. For many participants, the specialization choice will also determine the focus of the Final Management Project: for example, choosing a Finance elective can lead directly to a project in the area of Finance.
Choice of one specialization composed of 3 intensive one-week sessions:
Management Consulting (Grenoble)
International Business Development (Grenoblei)
Smart and Sustainable Business (Grenoble)
Finance & Digital Banking (Grenoble)
Digital Marketing (Paris)
Project Management (Berlin)
Luxury Brand Management (Paris)
*Specializations require a minimum number of participants.
Phase 3: Final Management Project
During this phase, program participants are free complete their projects while pursuing professional activity anywhere in the world. The Project is an opportunity that different students use in different ways. A Part-Time student will often bring analysis of value to the organization while completing the MBA Program. A Full-Time student may use the project to demonstrate potential value and capabilities to a future employer. For some students, ideas for entrepreneurial ventures can be assessed before the start-up is launched.
For enquiries concerning program fees, please contact us.