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SUMMER BUSINESS SCHOOL 2017

About SUMMER BUSINESS SCHOOL 2017. 
DOING BUSINESS AND INVESTMENT IN RUSSIA: August 6 – August 20, 2017

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On November, 2 2016 Saint-Petersburg University of Management Technologies and Economics welcomed the international students and lecturers of Kajaani University of Applied Sciences. During the visit UMTE and Kajaani UAS students took part in the seminar «Intercultural Communication – «Cultural Briefing». Cultural briefing is the process of finding out about another culture, especially in preparation for a period of residence, a business trip or a longer holiday. Students got a task: Imagine that the international students need to prepare for a 6-month work practice in Russia, St. Petersburg. The Russian students are there to give them the basic cultural info they should know before the practice period.  Also Kajaani UAS guests visited the Baltika Brewery. Visiting the company is all about getting a better insight of the factory processes of a manufacturing company and how it works in Russia.


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On September, 2 2016 Saint-Petersburg Academic University welcomed the Dean of the Faculty for Economics and Business Administration of the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt (FHWS) Prof. Dr. Harald J. Bolsinger with the lecture on topic: «Values and Their Management ( the Field of Business Ethics) ». The lecture was held for the students of the Institute of International Programs.
The main task was the values the field of business ethics. Students tried to ask the questions: what are values? Why values are important? How do values grow? How do I argue with values in a business context? Professor Bolsinger paid special attention to the various approaches of different nationalities in understanding of values.


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August 7-21 the St. Petersburg Academic University has successfully held the second Summer Business School "Doing Business and Investment in Russia". The twoweeks of lectures and workshops provide the unique opportunity to focus on the culture and economics of Russia and foreign countries. This year students came Austria, Belarus, Belgium, England, Holland, Kazakhstan, Russia and Finland.

Students immediately plunged into more than an intensive process after arrival: the classes were held 10:00 to 15:00, and the evening program was supplemented by excursions to the historical places of St. Petersburg and its suburbs, brewery "Baltika" and the Mariinsky Theatre visit.
On the last day of the school, the organizers distributed a short questionnaire asking to rate the school. Participants shared their impressions:
«The Programme was set up really good with enough free time and enough cultural activities. The experience I got is very helpful for me to broaden my horizon», - student of the Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Holland.

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On August 7, 2016 launched a summer business school «Doing Business and Investment in Russia» St. Petersburg Academic University.
During the first weekstudents from 8 countries attended lectures by leading professors of the Saint-Petersburg Academic University about the features of Russian culture and language.
Lecturer  of the  Faculty of "International Finance and Accounting" Anna Koltsinahosted a lecture series entitled “Intercultural Communication”, Anna stood in greater detail in the culture of business communication in Russia and in foreign countries, Triandiscultural syndromes and sign language. Since the objective of the course is to create a tolerant society, Anna spent a little game training, aimed at creating a tolerant society. As the final work students were invited to participate in group work. The aim of the teamwork was to present the concept of their own culture and to find similarities with the concept of Russian culture. Also, students attended classes of lecturers of the Faculty of  "International Finance and Accounting" Deborah Ajayi and Ekaterina Y. Litau.

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I want to dedicate this post to the Saint-Petersburg Academic University, or more precisely the ex study period 2015/2016. My name is Richard, I'm from Latvia. Though my alma mater is in Finland, namely the TurkuUniversity of Applied Sciences, I was pleased to be able to come to the “Double Degree Diploma” program and spend an academic year at SAU.
In 2014, Turku University of Applied Sciencesreached an Agreement on the program of“Double Degree Diploma” with SAU. I was immediately informed about that news. My first visit to Saint-Petersburg was in 2011 and I promised myself to come back to this city. I had no doubt in choosing the place of ex study among more than 100 universities around the world.
I would like to underline the assistance of the International Office during my ex. During the application period the International Relation Managers provided me with the necessary information both on visa issues and other moments before and after arrival.
I had a support and the importance and necessity of my staying at the university. I will recommend this university tostudents from Finland.

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Summer Business School «DOING BUSINESS AND INVESTMENT IN RUSSIA» is held August 7-21, 2016 at the Saint-Petersburg Academic University. This year participants come Austria, England, Belgium, Holland, Kazakhstan and Finland.

The purpose of the Program (entirely in English) is to introduce students to the constituent elements of Russian and European Economics, Management, Marketing, and Culture. It also offers a comprehensive panorama of the Russian Federation and its institutions.

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On July 27 – August 5, 2015 Saint-Petersburg University of Management and Economics hold the Summer Business School «DOING BUSINESS AND INVESTMENT IN RUSSIA». This year, participants came Armenia, Belgium, Kazakhstan, Russia and Finland.
Every day of the program started with the lectures of the University professors: Galina Getmanova, Andrei Kuiukov and Anigba Hod Kvadzo. During the program students got to know the peculiarities of business culture in Russia, business ethics, economic situation in the country, investment portfolio, domestic and foreign trade of Russia. Apart theoretical classes students were engaged in the teamwork. Every student participated in two projects. In the first project students worked in large groups of 6-7 persons. The task was made in accordance with the theoretical part "business in Russia," students elaborated the financial strategy of the Russian bread company after implantation of new production technologies. In the second project students worked in pairs on the topic: «Development of the business cooperation between Russia and foreign countries.»

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On May 20, 2015 a group of part-time students of the Tourism Chair, the Kajaani University of Applied Sciences and their supervisor, Professor Seija Heikkinen, made a visit to UME.
First of all Kajaani students visited the University museum they got acquainted with the history of UME and were impressed by the opportunities offered by the virtual branch of the Russian Museum. During the tour, the students also visited the library and the dining room of the University, training and computer classes.
Later on the Chair of Tourism professor Sergey Mitrofanov delivered a lecture for  Kajaani students on the peculiarities of  St.Petersburg and Russia travel markets.
During the lecture he talked about the main reasons of the tourist flow reduction from Russia to foreign countries, such as the fluctuation of ruble against euro and dollar, a global political situation, an economic instability. Professor Mitrofanov noted that due to the closure of some large tour operators last year in St. Petersburg, many tourists have lost confidence in tourism companies and prefer to organize journeys themselves as well as to select travelling around Russia that contributes to the development of domestic tourism. Finnish students noted they were extremely disappointed by the decrease in the number of Russian tourists visiting Finland this year.

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Coventry University (CU) is a rather new partner of our university as a Memorandum of Understanding between UME and CU was signed in January 2015 during a business trip of UME President Victor Gnevko to UK.

Upon the arrival on April, 20, Suzanna Tomassi visited the hotel and training complex Pushkinsky and got acquainted with its premises, classrooms, a library with a multimedia reading room, the dormitory and the canteen.

The next day Prof. Tomassi made the presentation of the Coventry University for UME students and invited them to participate in various ex programs offered by the CU. For those who don’t want to leave the home university for a long period of time Suzanna promoted different summer school programs, such as English language classes, history and culture of the UK, the culture of communication and media, psychology, sports industry, leadership, etc.

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Kajaani students visited the university museum they learned about UME history and traditions. The presentation made in English language gave them a general idea of the virtual branch of the Russian Museum opened on the basis of our University and made them acquainted with a rich collection of this unique museum complex.

Later on Prof. Galina Getmanova delivered a lecture on the topic "Peculiarities of the Russian business culture."  A group of students from Kajaani University was international: it included not only the students from Finland, but also from Austria, France, Poland, the Czech Republic, and Japan. Therefore, the discussion of the differences between business cultures of different countries was held very lively.

Prof. Getmanova told the students about the new programs in large Russian companies called compliance programs that are aimed to certify that the enterprise activity is carried in full compliance with ethical standards. Many large companies (oil, gas, etc.) do not enter into partnership agreements until they check their future partners for compliance.
Kajaani University professors Sami Malm and Seija Heikkinen that accompanied students noted it was their first experience of being at the interactive lecture in Russia.


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