MTS, partner of the Graduate School of Management at St. Petersburg University (GSOM), has provided access to the company's corporate university courses for GSOM Bachelor program students. More than 20 soft skills development courses are available for business school students until August 1, 2020.
For the summer period, MTS has opened access to corporate online courses in marketing, communications, copywriting, time management, branding, customer focus, etc., allowing students to receive knowledge and skills that will help them prepare for professional challenges after graduation.
“I liked the platform and courses. I was most attracted to marketing courses. So far, I have chosen the course “Countering Tough Negotiations,” and in my opinion, this is a very important skill for a manager. I have learned about new techniques and methods. The presentation of the course material is very interesting, everything is structured and understandable,” said Maxim Rumyantsev, second-year student of the Management program.
The MTS Corporate University has existed for 11 years. The Corporate University portfolio includes more than 70 face-to-face exercises and 150 online courses. Students of the bachelor's program in Management note that the company has created a convenient learning platform where both video and text materials are available. After completion of the block, student can take a test. The platform allows students to complete the course in one day or to study it over a longer period of time.
“From the courses available, I chose four areas that interested me. These are “Finance for Non-financial Experts“, “Fundamentals of Copyright,” “Marketing for everyone,” and “How social networks influence your brand.” I liked the variety of courses. It means that MTS helps its employees to develop in different directions and improve their soft skills. I especially want to note the course "Fundamentals of Copyright". During the training process, all the nuances become clear, and knowledge and the skills I gained will be very useful in any professional activity,” said Asya Nikonova, a first-year student of the Management program.