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March 25, 2016
Hello everyone! My name is Dasha and I am studying in Prague at the moment, by the medium of the R.A.D. program. This story has started after attending one of lectures about FMB international programs. Being a second-year student, I decided to use such opportunity and here I am now – in Czech Republic.
A couple of words about my life in Prague. The study lasts for about two days per week, so as you can see, we still have enough time for strolling and travelling. Prague is a marvelous city with exciting story and not less pleasant geographical placement, thus many European cities would be available for you.
Also a posteriori with more than a half of a year of living here, I’d never advice anyone to go here and study without the first education, like my personal one at FMB. From my point of view, the educational approach, that our professors offered us in Omsk, was better than the other one, that is practiced here in American university. I guess, it’s reasonable to arrive here with some knowledge basis. Studying here is a very interesting experience! But in my humble opinion, this education is good only as the additional to my previous one.
If you have any questions concerning the study in Prague, at the UNYP or you just need an advice from your “old mate”, who went through one school of life and who is facing with another one now - I will be glad to help you. You can find me in social media and text without any doubts! I would be as useful as I could!
Good luck in all your projects!
December 28, 2015
Our students in Prague send the Christmas "Hello".
October 20, 2015
Our man in Texas
My name is Mirakyan Karlen and I am a forth-year student at the International Bussiness Department of Omsk State University. Due to the meaningful department's experience of the students' exchange I have an opportunity to spend first half-year at the University of Texas in Arlington and make my american dream come true.
Arrival and first days:
The Arlington belongs to the aglomeration «Dallas-Fort-Ward» and situates in the heart of sandy Texas. I have arrived to the international airport Fort-Ward – the most busy one in the whole Texas – on the 24th of August. I was met by a cordial volunteer from UTA, who helped me with package receiving and brought me to the hostel named - Arlington Hall. Firstly, I was given the student card, which gives an access not only to my own room, but also to many important buildings of the university campus: a library, a sport center and etc.
Our lessons started on the 27th, so I had got several days to cope with all my documentary and place-to-live-in deals. I was helped with it a lot by workers of Office of International Education, whom I was very thankful. They give a full support for all exchange students, offering free trips to supermarkets and organising different events many times a month.
Lessons were close to start and I should have visited the College of Business where, by the way, I spend most of studying time now. Here I ought to have chosen subjects that I was interested in and create my own schedule (such freedom of actions is one of features that strongly distinguishes educational systems of USA and Russia). Thus, there are no groups here that are attending lessons together for the whole term.
Studying process is connected with the constant interactive communication between teachers and students. I was astonished once a professor changed the lesson’s theme, given in advance, to devote time for discussing the event which happened just an hour before the lesson.
Another feature, that impressed me, is the high degree of computerization of the studying process. For USA universities’ students there is the general web-site called BLACKBOARD which you can use to discover the information about all hometasks, ranks, upcoming exams and other parts of studying. Moreover, there are official resources whereby you can make your homework or even pass an exam online!
Every hostel has its own kitchen, where you could prepare a student breakfast, lunch or dinner any time. But because of the fact that unlike Russian students, the cooking abilities of local students spread on warming the food at the microwave if the best happened, the university offers such an option like the Meal Plan. Using it you are able to visit the main cafe of the university with selection up to 7 different kitchens and to more than 10 fast-food restaurants, locating in the campus, with the same success.
Of course, I was keen on comparison not only between studying and routine characteristics between various universities, but also I wanted to dive into the atmosphere of popular students’ parties. An Administration of the University and many student fraternities set up numerous events on a regular base, like Oozeball, Wafflopoles, Convocation and others, so I was pretty satisfied with a choice and a quality of an available assortment.
Here in UTA I constantly meet new people, visit exciting places and spend my studying and free time with great pleasure. Even now I am pretty sure that studying here is not just novel feelings for me, but also the meaningful experience, which actually will be useful in the future. Due to the OmSU and UTA, I managed to make my American dream come true.
October 15, 2015
The graduate of SIB 2015 (School of International Business) Oleg Yaneev has shared impressions of the Russian-American Program, distinctive aspects of his life and studies in Prague as well as European affairs and his plans.
Read more http://www.omskinform.ru/news/85838
October 6, 2015
RAD department of SIB (Omsk State University) offers Business Ethics Course in English.
The study of what standards businesses should observe in their dealings over and above compliance with the letter of the law. This covers questions such as fair dealing with their labour force, customers, suppliers, and competitors, and the impact of their activities on public health, the environment, and animal welfare.
If a good reputation helps to gain and retain business, ethical conduct need not necessarily conflict with profit, but there are bound to be cases where it does. Particularly difficult questions of business ethics arise in multinational firms, where practices such as gifts to officials, which are essential to doing business at all in some countries, are regarded as criminal in others.
We invite SIB students and those who are interested in Business Ethics.
Price for the Fall term 7200 RUB.
Sing in: Dean`s office, Neftezavodskaya, 11. Phone; 673 799
April 13, 2015
Noel Lockley, an English Gentleman
It is with a great deal of sadness that we announce the death of one of our
most recent teachers at FMB, Noel Lockley.
Noel was the perfect English gentleman, always polite, quiet and often
unassuming, but with a keen, dry sense of humour and an infectious laugh.
Always open, relaxed and at ease, he embodied a constant optimism that
smoothed over any 'bumps in the road'.
Noel will be remembered for his dedication and enthusiasm as a teacher, his
love for his students and his ever-present friendliness to all who came into
contact with him.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to his lovely wife, Marina, and his family
back in England. May his soul rest in peace.
February 13, 2014
RAD program is expanding! As a part of our Dual Degree program, you can now opt to pursue the American bachelor degree from SUNY New Paltz (USA)!
In addition, this summer you will have an excellent opportunity to take part in the joint educational program offered by SUNY Stony Brook and St. Petersburg State University: NYI Summer Seminar Program. Applications will be available on March 1, 2014. Please see the web site for the program details: http://www.nyi.spb.ru/genInfo.
Join RAD – study in the US!
October 6, 2013
The Russian-American Department offers a new course “Organizational Behavior” which has been included into the RAD dual degree program since 2013/2014 academic year.
The goal of this course is to introduce techniques and skills that can positively influence individual and group/team performance in the work place. Core topics include leader behavior, power, motivation, attitude development, perception, work stress and conflict.
You can review the course curriculum here.
September 11, 2013
Join RAD program! This semester you can take:
- Globalization with Mr. Andrew Shaw
- TOEFL with Mikhail Gennadievich Freze
The classes begin on October 1, 2013.
Take the RAD courses and make your way to the Bachelor Degree from SUNY ESC!
September 11, 2013
In 2012/2013 academic year 11 RAD graduates took the program in Business Administration at University of New York in Prague.
8 students successfully completed the program with the Bachelor Degree from the State University of New York (SUNY ESC)!
The rest are currently taking additional courses at UNYP and are going to graduate next year.
Official letter from SUNY ESC.
In the picture (from left to right): Smozhanik Olesya, Andrukhova Nadezhda, Kononovich Veronika, Lebedev Alexander, Lyashchenko Lubov, Irkhina Tatiana.
January 26, 2013
Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education – Economics Institute / CERGE-EI, Prague, Czech Republic, invites students to apply for PhD in Economics and Joint Masters in Economics programs.
The application deadline is February 28, 2013.
Please find more details on the website www.cerge-ei.cz, and in the attached letter.
October 1, 2012
6 students of the Omsk State University, the Russian American Department, completed the course of studies at the University of New York in Prague in 2011/2012 academic year and graduated with the Bachelor Degree in Business Administration from the State University of New York Empire State College. Congratulations to the graduates!
You can find a list of them in an official letter from SUNY ESC here.
In the picture (from left to right): Loskutova Anna, Dunin Maksim, Sharapova Nelli, Vartsaba Ekaterina.
September 15, 2012
||20 students of the Omsk State University, the Russian American Department, have completed the Liberal Arts: Individual Studies Degree Program at the State University of New York Broome Community College since 2008. You can find a list of them in an official letter from SUNY Broome here.
May 17, 2012
The School of International Business graduate, Marina Kosyachenko, was awarded the Fulbright Grant! This program will give Marina an excellent opportunity to study for a master's degree at New York University and conduct an innovative research in the field of Neuroeconomics.
We wish Marina further academic achievements!
February 24, 2012
Natalya Kapralova, one of former RAD students, recently got her Master of Philosophy degree from Glasgow university (Scotland, UK). Congratulations!
October 27, 2011
||48 students of the Omsk State University have taken part in RAD Dual-Degree Program and graduated from State University of New York (Empire State College) since 2004. You can find a list of them in Students section or look at an official letter from SUNY here.
October 5, 2011
We are pleased to introduce a new RAD Manager Mr Andrew Shaw. You can contact him by e-mail: email@example.com
RAD also announces that all the modules will begin during the first week in October 2011:
TOEFL classes will start on Tuesday, 4th October 2011 at 5:15pm in room #111. Your teacher is Mr Freze.
College Writing I will start on Wednesday, 5th October 2011 at 5:15pm in room #111. Your teacher is Julia Borisovna.
US History I will start on Saturday, 8th October 2011 at 10:00am in room #111. Your teacher is Mr Shaw.
July 7, 2011
Students from Omsk celebrate a record-breaking graduation with teachers from Omsk State University and Empire State College at the University of New York in Prague (UNYP). This year a total of 12 students graduated with business administration degrees. All are now either continuing their studies in Prague or working for international companies in Prague.
In the picture (from left to right): Denis Anikin, Dmitri Petrenko, Dr Evelyn Wells, Nikolay Melenchuk, Eva Lebduskova, Yuri Petrovich Dus’, Angelina Zakhvitsevich (with honors), Anna Kourmanova, Inna Saveleva, Pavel Storozhuk, Ekaterina Kotlovkina, Ekaterina Rychkova, Noel Lockley, Ivan Shumailov. Not in picture — Viktoria Skipina and Marina Nagornaya.
And special congratulations to world economy graduate, Ekaterina Tarabukhina, who was awarded her MBA on the same day!
May 21, 2011
The following students from FMB and the Philological Faculty have been offered places at the University of New York in Prague:
Aleksey Areschenko (graduate 2010 World Economy)
Margarita Bilen (5th course World Economy)
Maxim Dunin (5th course World Economy)
Maria Ermolenko (5th course Public Relations — Philological Faculty)
Marina Kosyachenko (5th course World Economy)
Anna Loskutova (5th course World Economy)
Sofya Pronnikova (5th course World Economy)
Julia Sigitova (5th course Marketing)
Ekaterina Vartsaba (5th course World Economy)
Ekaterina Vasileva (5th course Marketing)
Alexandra Vyvcharuk (2rd course Public Relations — Philological Faculty)
Kristina Zibareva (5th course Marketing)
For the first time some students will complete the program via distance learning. After successfully completing their studies abroad and/or distance learning at the University of New York in Prague, these students will receive an American Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Empire State College (State University of New York) as well as a European Degree from the University of New York in Prague (UNYP).
March 25, 2011
After successfully completing their one-year study abroad at the University of New York in Prague, these students have received an American Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Empire State College (State University of New York) as well as a European Degree from the University of New York in Prague (UNYP).
RAD-Empire State College Class of 2010: Ekaterina Matienko, Aleksey Klimentev, Svetlana Yarosh, Ekaterina Gukova, Elena Zavorina, Evgenia Yarkova, and Ivan Moskalenko proudly show their diplomas with Professor Evelyn Wells.
RAD-Empire State College Class of 2009: Viktoria Grishanova, Olga Pischukhina, Anna Rikova, Valeriya Udalova, Evgenii Demidov, Prof. Evelyn Wells, Evgenii Danilenko and Brandt Westburg.
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