Financial University welcomes its new partners and expresses confidence in long-term and mutually beneficial cooperation!
On February 9, 2021, Financial University and the Institute of Police and Security Research at the Bremen University of Public Administration signed an inter-university agreement on academic cooperation.
The main objective of the cooperation is to strengthen the partnership between these universities in education and science.
Bremen University of Public Administration is a research university which attracts leading scholars who teach and conduct research in a wide range of disciplines, for instance, natural, technical, social and human sciences. Bremen University advocates interdisciplinary studies and research. Students are offered a wide range of courses: more than 100 bachelor’s and master’s degree programs, as well as state examination programs in law.
On behalf of the Financial University, Alexander Linnikov, Vice-Rector for International Cooperation, welcomed his colleagues. During the welcoming speech, Vice-Rector Linnikov thanked the representatives of the Institute of Police and Security Research for their interest in cooperation.
"We are indeed confident that the agreement we are signing today will become a basis for a new program. We are looking forward to new research projects. We are sure that many new opportunities will arise out of this partnership", comments Alexander Linnikov.
On behalf of the Institute of Police and Security Research at the Bremen University of Public Administration, Director Prof. Arthur Hartmann participated in the event.
I'm really nervous. It's a great moment for me personally and also for our University that we have a unique opportunity to sign a cooperation agreement with a very well-known University in Moscow. I’ve never thought about something like that and so it's really a great moment for our institutions. I’m really excited to start cooperation
Representatives of the Institute of Police and Security Research at the Bremen University of Public Administration participated in the negotiations, expressing a strong interest in long-term cooperation with the Financial University.
Deputy Vice-Rector for International Cooperation Andrey Rementsov, Head of the Department for International Cooperation Lilia Prikhodko, Dean of the FinU Faculty of Economics and Business Ekaterina Bezsmertnaya, Head of the Department of Economic Security and Risk Management Vladimir Avdiyskiy, Associate Professor of the Department of Economic Security and Risk Management Igoris Krzhechkovskis and Sergey Arkhipov, an expert on economic security, also took part in the event.
Gabriela Piontkowski, a representative from the International Department of the Institute for Police and Security Studies of the Bremen University of Public Administration as well as experts on project and process management Trygve Ben Holland and Sarah Holland joined the meeting.
As a result of the meeting, the parties agreed on the main areas of cooperation and outlined further steps to develop fruitful interaction.
Such programs will strengthen cultural ties and academic contacts between the parties, as well as improve the quality of the educational process through the exchange of experience and information on educational programs and teaching methodologies.