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Project Management for Social Entrepreneurs

 

The program is financed through JTI Russia grant in 2018/2019 academic year.

 

Target group:

 

active and potential social entrepreneurs, company managers developing projects in social entrepreneurship

Language of tuition:

 

Russian

Class format:

 

part-time (off-the-job)

Program duration:

 

3 months (October-December 2018), defense of business plans in February 2019

Tuition fees:

  financed through JTI Russia grant

Venue:

 

Russia, 199004, Saint-Petersburg, Volkhovsky per., 3

Form of final achievement control:

 

based on business plan defense

Certificates:

 

Certificates of advanced training (Saint Petersburg State University)

 

Main features

 

  • Study of comparative experience in social entrepreneurship in Russian and worldwide.
  • Complex study of the most valuable aspects in project management for social entrepreneurship including business plan development, financial management and risk management, marketing and sales in the field of social entrepreneurship. 
  • Application of active educational methods directed at professional development of managerial competencies necessary for successful project realization in the field of social entrepreneurship.

 

Contacts: 

 

Phone: +7 (812) 323 8444 

E-mail: csr@gsom.spbu.ru

 

Feedback

 

 

"Participation in the program “Project Management for Social Entrepreneurs” influenced understanding of social entrepreneurship role in our company as separate direction of activity. Right away three projects of BC “Hasad Abraham” are being positioned as our projects in social entrepreneurship."

 

Sergey Zakharov, Deputy Director for social entrepreneurship, Charitable Centre “Hasad Abraham”

 

 

"My study at Graduate School of Management has proved useful and very exciting. I have never thought study is so interesting. Excellent faculty, professional teamwork of the whole collective deserves the high-level evaluation. Invaluable experience helped me to develop new business plan of our project and improve the way to our purpose."

 

Olga Dudnik, manager, “Liberty”