Membership in the EFMD is a unique opportunity to become part of the largest network in management development, to establish links between members of the EFMD for the exchange of experience, and to implement joint projects. It gives the right of access to information resources of the world educational organizations in management and business and to EFMD research projects. Membership in the EFMD is also a prerequisite for obtaining professional accreditation for business schools (EQUIS) and their educational programs (EPAS).
TSU has opened a new international program for the parallel teaching of the Bachelor's degree program Business and Management of the London School of Economics and Political Science of the University of London. TSU is the only non-capital-city institution that has the status of a registered center for University of London international programs.
TSU specialists recently participated in the annual Executive Board meeting of the MBA-Agribusiness international retraining program. TSU is the only university in Siberia and the Far East that has the right to offer this program.
Most people overestimate their ability to understand the feelings of others. But this is one of the main conditions for success. It is not easy to register other people's feelings (empathy) and to recognize them and understand their causes (emotional intelligence, EI), but it is necessary to achieve a high level of efficiency. David Caruso, a professor at Yale University (US), told about this in his lecture at the Institute of Economics and Management of TSU.
Hein Roelfsema, Director of the Centre for Entrepreneurship of the Utrecht University School of Economics and a member of the Executive Board of the Institute of Economics and Management, spoke recently with students and teachers on the topic of entrepreneurial thinking in life and in the management of the university.
About 150 students and 15 companies gathered at the Institute of Economics and Management on the Career Day. After the presentation of the companies, an open dialogue of students with potential employers took place: many bachelors and undergraduates students left resume and applications for internships and practice. The Institute has decided to resume the event in order to enable both students and partner enterprises to find each other.
At a presentation of employment opportunities, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) staff spoke about why they are interested in TSU graduates and how the company, in turn, may interest graduates. PWC has more than 2,000 employees, and it is focused on young people, who have the opportunity to go through the entire career ladder in seven levels - from trainee to partner.