Graduate School of Management
St. Petersburg State University
• Master in International Business —intensive two year
full-time program including one semester of exchange
studies in a partner EU university. The program prepares
for successful international & cross-functional careers at
• Master in International Technology and Innovation
Management — full-time program developed in
partnership with Lappeenranta University of Technology
(Finland) to prepare for successful international career at
innovative & high-tech companies in Russia and abroad.
• In 2007-2008 there are 51 Russian Federation students,
38 exchange Master students from EU.
• Doctoral Program offers two fields of specialization:
– “Economics & Management of National Economy”. The field
concerns the following areas of special studies:
• Management Theory of Economic Systems
– “Organization of Production”
• Full-time 3 years studies in Russian.
• Now there are 49 PhD students.
• Executive MBA’s purpose is to facilitate development of the
Russian economy by having our students acquire systematic
knowledge and skills of professional managers needed for making
efficient decisions managing competitive companies in the dynamic
national markets. Two years modular program.
• International EMBA (English)
• Presidential Program - the Program on Training Managers and
Executives for the Enterprises of National Economy of the Russian
• Research Institute of Management. The SOM research is
focused on the following subject areas: topical problems of
contemporary management, practical aspects of public
administration, theory of innovative development.
• Revenues from tuition, publishing, consulting and other
– SOM’s unique for Russia background of raising $6 mln. for renovation of
its buildings in Volkhvosky Pereulok (1997-2002) – donations from 16
major international and Russian companies (incl. Procter & Gamble,
Gillette, United Technologies, L’Oreal, Henkel, Honeywell, Norsk Hydro,
Gazprombank, Alfa-Bank, BBH, International Bank of St. Petersburg,
– GSOM’s fundraising plan at $100 mln., primarily in endowments
• Funding from the Russian Federal Budget
– $7 mln. In FY 2005 to complete the renovation and equip SOM’s
buildings in downtown St. Petersburg
– total $50 mln. in FY 2006 and 2007 for new curricula and courses
development, faculty advancement, research projects, equipment, etc.
– funding for GSOM’s new campus on the outskirts of St. Petersburg
(close to the Konstantinovsky Palace – President V. Putin’s residence)