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School Of The Future

Welcome to the Moscow Management School in Skolkovo, the innovative institution of the future founders of which believe that our future starts today expressing the idea on the slogan of the school.

The Skolkovo School of Management is a graduate business school located near Skolkovo, the Moscow Region, in the close vicinity of the capital city of Moscow, Russia. The school, which was founded in 2006, is a joint project by major Russian and international business leaders.

Business community raised its funds to start the school that specializes on the realization of MBA additional education programs.

The territory of the school is divided into clusters representing China, Brazil, India, Singapore and Russia. These are all  countries with rapidly developing economies.

MBA students are wearing orange scarves while Executive MBA – lilac ones.

Brazilian cluster.

Guests who have visited the school.



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10 Responses to “School Of The Future”

  1. Uncledoh says:

    not bad at all

  2. stfu says:

    how much does it cost to study there?

    • Cheburator says:

      If you are asking about the price, you can’t afford it ;)
      It will likely end up being an “ivy league school” for children of oil barons and top government officials. They will go there to get “education” before they are placed in the corner offices of their daddy’s departments.

  3. marxistworker says:

    Business schools: Enter and discard your morals, egalitarianism, rationalism, empathy, conscience.

  4. (r)evolutionist says:

    “Guests who have visited the school.” ‘Nuff said…

  5. geoff says:

    “the future starts today” But never seems to get here.
    “Moscow International Floral Design School” I thought it was a business school.

  6. EngrishBob says:

    Student accommodation looks nice, but I bet they’re just as much a noise trap as mine are.

  7. Matt C. says:

    In the future architecture will be random shapes with no meaning or connection to the culture that it’s built in. No wait that describes pretty much all architecture built everywhere since the end of the last world war. The only difference I notice is this newest type of modern architecture always looks unstable like it’s about to fall down. Like the ‘Shard’ in London currently being built. A reflection of the times I suppose.

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