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17.12.2019

Vietnamese student would like to do business in Russia

Vietnamese student would like to do business in Russia

A student from Vietnam, Pham Minh Trang study in the English-taught Master degree program «International business» of the Institute for Social Sciences of the RANEPA (ISS RANEPA).

Pham Minh Trang, or as she asks to call her, Miranda graduated from the National University of Economics in Vietnam and decided to continue her studies at the Presidential Academy. «The RANEPA has a reputation as one of the best universities. There are excellent teachers and modernly equipped classrooms. The Academy is well-known in Vietnam. Our two countries - Vietnam and Russia - have much in common in the development of economics and politics, and I am sure that I took the absolutely right step by enrolling in the magistracy of ISS RANEPA in Moscow,” student explained her decision.

Her father studied chemist in Moscow in the 70s of the XX century. Since childhood, Miranda heard stories about huge and cold Russia, polite and friendly people. According to her first impressions of Russia exceeded all her expectations. The cold was not so strong, but the student can talk for a long time about the friendliness, willingness to help and sort out the new Campus. She notes that at first, she was struck by the scale of Moscow, and then by the friendliness of students and employees of the Academy.

The student notes the International Business Environment course, which is taught at School of International Business Education ISS RANEPA by Ph.D. from Kingston University Kent Springdal. «Thanks to these lectures, I got an idea about the work of the business and the business environment, what it can be on an international scale and in international organizations,» said the foreigner. She likes both theory and practical cases, which are discussed in the classroom.

Miranda successfully combines study with work, applying theoretical knowledge in practice. In Vietnam, the girl founded the company The Vegionista, which is engaged in intermediary business, helping to start cooperation with manufacturers, suppliers and buyers. One of The Vegionista's lines of business is in the sale of goods made from pineapple leaves in the UK.