Мы все видим, за последние две недели ситуация усугубляется: страны закрывают границы, вводится различного рода ограничения в Москве и общий режим самоизоляции в городах. Чтобы держать наших слушателей и всех сотрудников в курсе происходящего, я хотел бы сделать краткий обзор действий, касающихся не только учебного процесса, но и личных взаимоотношений, предпринятых в Стокгольмской Школе Экономики как в Швеции, так и в России, в ответ на беспрецедентную ситуацию с вирусом COVID-19.
"The Stockholm School of Economics provides first-class education that becomes a solid foundation for being prepared for any situation," our EMBA GMR12 students said. They share why they choose the School and their first impressions of us:Andrey Kotov, Stavropol (Finalist of the Leaders of Russia 2019 contest).
Andrey Vishnevsky, Kemerovo.
Maxim Ilyushin, Krasnodar.
The restrictions announced due to the spread of coronavirus have also affected Stockholm School of Economics in Russia. Unable to ignore health and safety of our students and staff, which are our top priorites, we keep monitoring the situation COVID-19 daily and taking all the necessary precautins to ensure the continuation of our activities.
The information about the transmission of COVID-19 (Corona virus) is changing rapidly therefore we have to adjust modules and events schedule.
The Stockholm School of Economics in Russia is closely monitoring the situation and updates its regulations and the information available as the developments come to light. We are keeping up with all the advice being issued by the World Health Organization, Moscow Healthcare Department and the Head of the Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Well-being (Rospotrebnadzor).
The second International “Women's Influence Forum SPb – 2020” took place on 1 March at the St. Petersburg Hotel. This event is held annually as part of the Women Influence Community movement in different cities around the world, including Brussels, Paris, Moscow and St. Petersburg. This year WIF in St. Petersburg has been supported by the Stockholm School of Economics in Russia.
The world – and the demands on business leaders – have changed considerably over these past two decades. In 2020, SSE Russia is relaunching the new Executive MBA program with a few major developments that reflects the evolution and contemporary market needs.
There is no doubt that Sweden has an extraordinary ability of creating world class startups. The editors of medium.com looked at the top 60 startups in Sweden based on articles and the Crunchbase ranking, and have accumulated data on which universities create the most entrepreneurs.
On February 12, SSE Russia opened its doors for the experienced top managers and business owners coming to attend the new program – Fine Leaders.
Dear future participants of the EMBA program!
During all 14 years at the Stockholm school of Economics I personally feel one of the main feature of the Swedish system of education: it is a systematic, comprehensive approach.