SKOLKOVO Business School was established in 2006 by the top Russian and international entrepreneurs — founders of large companies, philanthropists, who represent the driving sectors of the Russian economy. Their enthusiasm, trust and support made it possible to execute a vision: to jump from being a sketch on a napkin to quickly become the largest private business school in Russia and the CIS.
Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO offers programmes for students seeking to excel in businesses of any type and size – from startups to multinational corporations. All programmes are designed with a “learning by doing” principle and include theoretical segments, practical tasks, project work and international modules.
The Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO is the centre of expertise and attraction for those who rely on Russia and work in emerging markets. The business school has institutes and research centres that deal with the actual problems of various sectors of the economy, carry out consulting services, develop educational programs, and contribute to the formation of the intellectual agenda of the school as a whole.
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The rooms of the Pamir and Tien Shan hotels are an amazing combination of maximum comfort and functionality. The rooms have a floor area of 30 sq.m and are made in a modern style, where there is everything necessary for a comfortable stay. All rooms are non-smoking.
SKOLKOVO library provides people with an opportunity to get access to the newest publications covering various spheres and aspects of business-related issues.
Today the library has over 3,000 books about leadership, strategy, emerging markets, communications, entrepreneurship, and innovations among other issues.
The main building of the SKOLKOVO Campus is a one-of-a-kind architectural work, based on the renowned painting Suprematism by the Russian avant-garde artist Kazimir Malevich. British architect David Adjaye and his team were selected to translate the concept into reality.
Taking the Russian climate into account, with its prolonged cold seasons, Mr. Adjaye intentionally avoided a traditional university campus layout and created a virtually enclosed town, complete with classrooms and labs, cafes, streets and squares—all inside of the main Disk building, the platform on which administrative and other units are based.
The sports centre, which contains various gyms as well as a 25-meter swimming pool, provides an opportunity to spend time in a healthy, active way.
The SKOLKOVO Business School is accredited by EQUIS.
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