Saint Petersburg State University of Engineering and Economics
|Saint Petersburg State University of Engineering and Economics(now it is a part of Saint Petersburg State University of EconomicsSaint-Petersburg State University of Economics|
|Санкт-Петербургский Инженерно-Экономический Университет|
|Motto||Economic education for the welfare of Motherland|
|Location||Saint Petersburg, Russia|
|Colors||Blue and white|
The Saint Petersburg State University of Engineering and Economics was a university in Russia , which was known as ENGECON (Russian: ИНЖЭКОН). It is now a part of Saint Petersburg State University of Economics(http://unecon.ru/), which was created via its merging with Saint Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance and Saint Petersburg State University of Service and Economics It was specialized in the fields of economics, management, statistics, logistics and finance.
At the postgraduate level, it is a business school. At the undergraduate level, it also teaches economics.
ENGECON has an International branch outside the Russian Federation in Dubai. It is called ENGECON Dubai
The history of the University begins in 1906 when Higher Commercial Courses of M.V. Pobedinski were arranged in Saint Petersburg. In 1919 the courses were altered into Institute of National Economy and in 1930 the Leningrad Institute of Engineering and Economics was set up. In 1992 the Institute received the Academy status and in 2000 the Academy became the University.ON the 1 of August 2012 it was joined with Saint Petersburg State University of Economics and FinanceandSaint Petersburg State University of Service and Economics to create Saint Petersburg State University of Economics.
It is possible to receive Bachelor degree (4 years), Master (2 years) and traditional for Russia - Specialist degree (5 years). After receiving specialist degree students may apply for further postgraduate degree - Candidate of sciences (kandidat nauk), which is equivalent to PhD. Major part of courses is given in Russian, though there are several programs given in English. There are opportunities for students from partner universities to participate in an exchange program.
- Faculty of Business and Commerce
- Faculty of Humanities
- Faculty of IT in economics and management
- Faculty of Management
- Faculty of law and economic safety
- Faculty of Entrepreneurship and Finance
- Faculty of Regional Economics and management
- Faculty of tourism and hospitality
- Faculty of economics and management in machinery
- Faculty of logistics and transport
- Faculty of economics and management in the oil-gas-chemical complex and environmental safety
- Management of innovation Institute
- Higher school of Economics and Management
Educational cooperation exists with the universities of Finland, France, Germany, Lithuania, Sweden, Estonia, Netherlands, Denmark, Italy, Czhech Repulbic, Belgium, China, Ukraine, Poland, etc. Among partners are ESC Rennes School of Business, Groupe École supérieure de commerce de Troyes, Rotterdam Business School, Uppsala University, etc. Language of instruction is English, though if students speak native language of the school it is possible to receive a stipend, which covers some costs (e.g. accommodation).
- Alexei Mordashov - main shareholder and the CEO of Severstal
- Anatoly Chubays - head of the Russian Nanotechnology Corporation, and a member of the Advisory Council for JPMorgan Chase.
- Arkady Kobitsky - CEO LOMO
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