Two floors of renovated classrooms are located at the Institute of Management, Economics and Finance.
Startups created by participants of the Entrepreneurship Factory will have much to find here. Project leader Aydar Bulatov noted, “Enrolment has opened for bachelor and master programs in business development management. This program gives practical knowledge in entrepreneurship.”
The first enrolment was conducted in 2017. The Center plans to invite local businesspersons for face-to-face consultations with students. In other news, state-funded vacancies for admission may also appear.
Partners of the Entrepreneurship Factory will serve as trustees.
The opening ceremony on February 7th was also attended by the Institute Director Nailya Bagautdinova and Vice-Rector Marat Safiullin.