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Workshop of Organizational Committee on establishment of the Black Sea and Eastern Mediterranean Academic Network


On October 7, the workshop of the organizational committee on the establishment of the Black Sea and Eastern Mediterranean Academic Network was held in the framework of the international Black Sea and Caspian Sea Cooperation Forum: Safety. Stability. Growth


Representatives of universities which supported the idea of the academic network establishment participated in the workshop on-site and in the form of a video conference.

In 2016, when signing a bilateral agreement on cooperation between Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and RSUE, Adam Albekov and Rector of the Greek University Pericles Mitkas introduced a joint initiative on the academic network establishment. Invitation letters with a proposition to support the initiative were furthermore sent to other universities.
“Rostov State University of Economics has developed relationships with universities forming the Black Sea and Eastern Mediterranean region due to the membership in the Association of Economic Universities of South and Eastern Europe and the Black Sea region (ASECU) including about 50 university members, − RSUE’s Rector Adam Albekov emphasized in his welcoming address. – Interaction is conducted on the basis of bilateral agreements in the framework of the European program “Erasmus+ Mobility”.

This initiative is the first step on the way to cooperation, realization of a multi-level project.
“A priority in the development of RSUE’s interaction within the region should be given to a joint initiative on the Black Sea and Eastern Mediterranean Academic Network establishment so as to intensify scientific and educational cooperation”, - Prof.Albekov added.

14 HEIs from 9 countries (Belarus, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Palestina, Russia and Turkey) of the region agreed on the network establishment.

Participants defined strategic goals of the network, the initial organizational and institutional form, date and venue of the founding conference of the Academic Network  at the workshop. To enhance productivity and coordination it was agreed to create a working group which would include representatives from each university that has confirmed its participation. 


RSUE hosts participants of Black Sea and Caspian Sea Cooperation Forum: Safety. Stability. Growth


The I Black Sea and Caspian Sea Cooperation Forum: Safety. Stability. Growth was opened at Rostov State University of Economics on October, 6

The plenary meeting was held in the Assembly Hall of the University. The forum was organized by RSUE and the Southern Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Thessaloniki, Greece), University of Piraeus (Greece), the Chamber of Trade and Commerce of the Rostov region, the Cultural Autonomy of Greeks in Rostov-on-Don were partners of the forum. The forum is an international scientific event with open discussions of representatives of public authorities, businessmen, scholars, experts from countries forming the region dedicated to relevant problems of socio-economic and humanitarian development.

“We are giving a start to the new format of interaction in the sphere of university and academic science, – Vice-Rector for science and innovations Natalia Vovchenko noted.  –  RSUE and the Southern Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences are united by the readiness to combine approaches, intensify multidisciplinary cooperation in research aimed at attaining security, stability and development of the whole macro-region”.
“We are having a lot of points of contact. According to preliminary estimates, total oil reserves account for 200 bln. barrels. The Black Sea region is a vague direction of international cooperation of Russia, – RSUE’s Rector Adam Albekov remarked. – The region unites about 300 mln. people. It is formed of successful countries, their real GDP being approximately 5 tln. USD and accounting for 7 % of world trade. The volume of foreign trade of Russia with other region’s countries is 100 bln. USD, 30 % of which account for the Southern Federal District”.  

A lot of honored guests delivered the welcoming address at the plenary meeting, namely Deputy Chairman of the SSC of the RAS O.V.Stepanyan, Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Rostov region E.E.Mamichev, Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Ecology of the Rostov region L.A.Zhadan, Vice-Presidents of
the Chamber of Trade and Commerce of the Rostov region S.L.Abdulazizova, S.B.Shneider, Consul General of the Republic of Armenia in the SFD V.Asoyan, Vice-Rector of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Nikos Varsakelis.

A number of RSUE’s partners sent their welcome letters to organizers of the forum: President of the Federal National and Cultural Autonomy of Greeks of Russia Ivan Savvidi, Chairman of the European vector of Jean Monnet Program, director of Jean Monnet Centre of excellence, Professor of University of Piraeus Eleftherios Thalassinos, Vice-President of the Eurasian Business Community Georgios Grigoriadis, Director of Institute of National and Regional Economy of Riga Technical University M.N.Shenfelde, Rector of D. A. Tsenov Academy of Economics Ivan Marchevski, Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business of Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University Tejmuraz Beridze, Vice-Rector for Science of V.I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University.

After the ceremony parallel discussions in the framework of the sections began. There were the following sections:

  • geostrategic position of the Southern macro-region in the system of regional foresight and the system of hazards containment;
  • new imperatives of regional economic security of the South of Russia in the system of external and internal challenges: from an individual to a society;
  • architecture of regional economic system: localization of production, investments and new growth points;
  • financial circuit of gaining balanced macroregional development and security;
  • “green” economy as a driver for sustainable development: supranational and macroregional aspects;
  • an energetic trilemma of global and regional development: risks and opportunities;
  • hellenism in the development of the Black Sea-Caspian region: the past and the present;
    industry 4.0: information technologies, postindustrial economy and a block-chain evolution.

First ASECU Youth President, RSUE’s graduate Ekaterina Vernezi shared experience on international student mobility


On September 23, master’s students following programs of the Department of World Economy, Politics and Globalization (International Business, International Economy, European Studies) had a chance to learn about first-hand experience of studying overseas and participation in international scientific events 

A Department’s graduate Ekaterina Vernezi came from Brussels (a city she works now) to describe her achievements in detail and answer students’ questions.

As Ekaterina said, the first and inspiring step of her international career was participating in summer schools and conferences and a position of president of the Students’ Association of Economic Universities of South and Eastern Europe and the Black Sea region (ASECU Youth).
After that she followed a traineeship at RSUE’s partner university the Polytechnic University of Milan, won a scholarship competition of the UniCredit Foundation and was selected for participation in a joint Master’s program of the Polytechnic University of Milan and the Polytechnic University of Turin.

The guest introduced in detail peculiarities of studies and employment in the EU and gave tips on adaptation in the foreign academic environment.

Head of RSUE’s International Office Oleg Bodiagin made a presentation of relevant opportunities in the framework of international mobility, major scholarship programs and RSUE’s partner universities. Prof. Bodiagin also reminded students that they may ask for an individual consultation on these issues every day at the Department of international mobility at RSUE in room 344 (opposite the Department of Marketing) and via phone +7(863)237-02-53. 

Student delegation from RSUE participated in international ASECU Youth Summer Economic School and Conference in Greece


The VII Students’ international ASECU Youth Summer Economic School and Conference “History is back. Institutional Socioeconomic & Business Challenges in a rapidly changing world” was held from August, 20 to August, 27 in the framework of the Association of Economic Universities of South and Eastern Europe and the Black Sea region.

The organizers of the conference were Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece) and Macedonia University (Greece). Its venue was a student tent camp in Possidi, on the Halkidiki Peninsula.

5 RSUE’s students presented their theses at the conference from Russia which was one of 15 participating countries (Albania, Armenia, Bulgaria, China, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Turkey and Ukraine). 

Alongside with theses presentation at the conference students also attended a number of lectures of professors from member countries and from Bosnia, Cyprus and Latvia, took part in sports, cultural and entertaining events.

The day before the closing ceremony of the VII Summer Economic School there were elections of a new president of ASECU Youth who is appointed each 2 years. By results of the voting a Master’s student of RSUE’s Master Studies Institution Milena Balanova was appointed the ASECU Youth president.
Students’ Association ASECU Youth was founded in 2011. The first founding meeting and summer economic school was organized by RSUE. Today 14 countries form the Association.

Deputy Director for Education of Korean Culture Center of Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Russia visited RSUE


RSUE’s Rector and Deputy Director for Education of the Korean Culture Center of the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in the Russian Federation Mr.Jeong Chang Yun arranged a working meeting on the eve of the new academic year

Prof. Adam Albekov and Mr. Jeong Chang Yun discussed prospects for Russian and Korean universities’ interaction in the sphere of science and education.

The honored guest underlined an important role of universities offering educational programs which include studying the Korean language in the development of cultural and business relationships of Russia and the Republic of Korea.
These goals also belong to an international conference planned to be organized by the University and the Korean Culture Center in November. It will be dedicated to studying and teaching the Korean language.

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