On June 28, 2024, the last extended meeting of the Academic Council of the FinU for this academic year was held in the Nobel Hall with the participation of the faculty of the University and its branches.

The meeting began with a solemn ceremony of handing over the documents of the International Monetary and Financial Conference of Bretton Woods to the Museum of the FinU. The documents were handed over by an alumnus of our University, S.I. Zlobin, the son of one of the members of the Soviet delegation to the conference, an alumnus of the Moscow Institute of Economics and Finance, Doctor of Economics. Professor Zlobin I.D.

Then Rector Prokofiev S.E. solemnly presented departmental and company awards to the employees of the FinU and congratulated the members of the Academic Council who celebrated their birthdays.

The working part of the meeting began with the reports of the Vice-Rector for the Organization of the Educational Process E.V. Markina on the results of the work of the State Examination Commissions and the tasks of the faculties and departments for the new academic year 2024/2025, and of the Vice-Rector for Educational and Methodological Work E.A. Kameneva on the results of the first accreditation monitoring of the educational programs of the FinU.

Then, in accordance with the agenda, the Head of the Department of Methodological Support of Educational Programs - Deputy Vice-Rector for Educational and Methodological Work N.I. Sergeeva reported to the members of the Academic Council on the implementation of the plan of educational and methodological work for the academic year 2023/2024.

At the same time, as part of the meeting of scientists, other issues related to the current activities of the FinU were considered, including the approval of a new educational program and marginal prices for the purchase of works and services performed and provided by individuals on the basis of civil law contracts for the implementation of tuition-fee basis at the pre-university courses of the admission campaign management and decoding audio recordings for 2024.