Institute of Business Studies (IBS-Moscow) within the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, a leading collegiate business school in Russia, was established in 1988.
Its creation was supported by two leading Russian universities:
The Moscow State University of International Relations that specialises in educating diplomats and experts in external economic relations and
The Russian Presidential Academy of National and Public Administration that is known in Russia as a ‘forge of ministers' for its strong expertise in management.
The organisational structure of IBS-Moscow consists of two major units:
- Undergraduate Department
- Postgraduate Department
Their work is supported and carried out by more than 70 employees and over 100 high-quality teachers.
83% of IBS-Moscow’s faculty hold a PhD or a higher degree, being engaged in application studies and management consulting.
Now our long-term degree programmes are delivered to nearly 1,500 students: 500 attending the BBA and pre-experience Master programmes, and around 1,000 attending the part-time MBA, EMBA and Universiteit Antwerpen Management School’s EMBA programmes.
IBS-Moscow currently does not conduct full-time MBA programmes due to the existing market situation (with almost zero demand for them). Since IBS-Moscow's inception, over 15,000 have completed the School’s degree programmes, 4,000 of whom are members of our Alumni Association.