Founded in 1907
On 11 September, a representative of IBS-Plekhanov attended the QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2019 at the University of Geneva. The gap in expectations between students/graduates on the one hand, and employers on the other hand, was discussed.
Apart from the rankings launch, analysis by regions and countries was presented by QS and discussed with universities.
Resilience, adaptability and, specifically for the Russian market, employer expectations included the ability to analyse data.
Later on 11 September, the representative of IBS-Plekhanov started a series of EAIE 2018 meetings with partner universities, which will continue until the end of EAIE week.
On 11 September, Vice Rector for Development of our university Dr. D.A. Shtykhno met the representatives of French business schools: Isabelle Beaujard, Area Manager of Groupe ESC Troyes en Champagne Business School, a Double Degree partner of IBS-Plekhanov, and of EDC Paris Business School, currently in the process of signing the partnership and student exchange agreement with IBS-Plekhanov faculty.
Cecile Chiaramonti, Director of International Relations Department, and Dr. Christophe Nachbaur, Head of International Business Specialisation represented EDC Paris.
On 12 September, Head of IBS-Plekhanov Dean's Office continued the meetings with partners from Austria, Belgium and Germany, took part in the Internationalisation at Home session of EAIE conference. This week, 2 agreements for cooperation and exchange of students, signed at Plekhanov University, are given at EAIE conference to partners for signing: with University Colleges Leuven-Limburg, Belgium, and with Kufstein Tirol University of Applied Sciences, Austria.
A number of other meetings are planned during EAIE week, which will expand student and staff mobility opportunities for both IBS-Plekhanov and its partners.