I want to welcome you most sincerely to this web-site, wich gives you a snapshot of our university – the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA). We hope you will learn the key facts but equally we want you to feel our passion – passion to build our new Academy into a world-class humanities university.
RANEPA is an institution with an outstanding track record in academic excellence. Established in 2010 from the Governmental Academy of National Economy (established in 1977), RANEPA is set to become a top-tier educational and research center in Russia in the areas of public policy and business administration.
We are proud to have contributed to the professional and academic development of our numerous illustrious graduates, including several presidents, prime ministers and ministers of post-Soviet countries, leading financiers and executives in the Russian industrial sectors.
Our philosophy has been and will continue to be to bring the best to the best. We are committed to excellence, and as such we partner with leading universities around the world to ensure that we are an integral part of the global academic community that drives the tradition of excellence in education and research. Looking forward, we at RANEPA are inspired to build a world class university that has strong academic programs with the highest quality standards.
I invite you to learn more about us and hope that our cooperation becomes fruitful and sustainable. Welcome to RANEPA – Russian Presidential Academy!
Professor Vladimir Mau, RANEPA Rector
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