For the eighth year running, the students*, who have successfully passed a comprehensive selection procedure, are granted a unique opportunity to spend a couple of weeks enriching their knowledge and practising their leadership and creative skills.
The theme of RANEPA International Summer Campus 2019 is Innovations and Trends.
Being teamed up in a dozen of multinational working groups, the Campus participants from different cities and countries become a part of an intellectual youth force, acquiring and improving practical project design and implementation skills and developing strategic approach to decision-making.
A one-of-a-kind educational format of RANEPA International Summer Campus includes a series of trainings, seminars, master-classes, workshops and webinars, delivered by outstanding representatives of international and Russian academic, political and business elites.
RANEPA International Summer Campus, boosting students’ professional and personal growth, has already developed its brand awareness; it is a territory of enormous opportunities for future intellectual leaders.
*We welcome students from RANEPA and its branches, the Republic of Tatarstan, other AIRR regions and foreign partner universities.
«RANEPA Summer Campus provides an opportunity to attract talented leaders to Tatarstan. We know that the environment is what shapes us: here we get additional skills and new contacts. With the infrastructure we have created, we are sure that people who came here this once will be interested to return to Tatarstan again and again»
President of the Republic of Tatarstan
«I believe that the audience here will lay the ground for their future life cooperation. RANEPA Summer Campus is not only about the projects, but also about friendship, communication, choosing partners for life and business. That is the main task of our Campus»
«RANEPA Summer Campus is very concentrated space, where different ideas can arise in the process of interaction of students and experts. Afterwards, these ideas form students life tracks»
RANEPA Vice-Rector, Director, AIRR
On July 17, Paul Revay, a member of the Board of Trustees of Friends of Europe, delivered a lecture at the 8th RANEPA International Summer Campus, “Will the G20 remain the main forum of international economic cooperation: The lessons learned and what will happen after the Osaka summit in 2019.”
A presentation by Artyom Silkin, Director of the Sviyazhsk Town-Island state museum-reserve of history, architecture and art, “Sviyazhsk and UNESCO: Objectives and Challenges,” was the highlight of another day at the Summer Campus.
The participants of the International Summer Campus have attended a workshop on Urban Development Megatrends in 2050 from Université Côte d'Azur administrative director Samira Karrach and Invent@UCA project manager Marina Videau.
RANEPA Professor Sam Potolicchio, founder and President of the Preparing Global Leaders Foundation, has delivered an interactive lecture at the International Summer Campus. He shared the secrets of making successful and memorable presentations, and gave the students some tips on how to influence the audience.
On July 17, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Diginavis, member of the Innopolis Supervisory Board, former Minister of Communications and Mass Media (2012-2018) Nikolai Nikiforov shared his views on modern development trends with the Summer Campus participants.
Nouvelle Bague Jewels CEO Giuseppe Gullo has delivered a lecture at the Summer Campus on the interrelation of luxury, innovations and global market trends. The speaker also shared with the students how Nouvelle Bague elite handmade jewelry is created.
On July 16, the participants of the International Summer Campus of the Presidential Academy went on a tour of Kazan, where they learned a lot about Tatarstan’s over-1000-year history, culture and economy.
On July 15, the participants of the Summer Campus of the Presidential Academy were taught how to use the media to attract the attention of the audience to a product and make them interested in purchasing it. Miruna Mihailovici, an experienced journalist and PR manager of large projects, shared some valuable tips with the students.
On the evening of July 15, 12 young men participating in the RANEPA International Summer Campus (one from each team) competed in the Mr. Summer Campus challenge. Each of them turned out to be best at something; Emil Muradyan, a student of RANEPA Institute of industry management (IIM), won the title.
On July 15, Dr. Josep Bertran, professor at RANEPA and Universitat Pompeu Fabra, spoke at the Summer Campus of the Presidential Academy. The expert outlined some trends that help predict the development of business and social conflicts.
The RANEPA Summer Campus participants have had a chance to attend a lecture by Coca-Cola Russia’s manager Natalia Bogdanovich. Using the example of Coca-Cola, she told the students about trends on social media, as well as how major brands find ways to overcome the difficulties they face.
On July 15, coordinator of the Madrid Polytechnic University Jesus Pedro Casillas explained to the RANEPA Summer Campus participants what the blockchain is, what properties the system has and why large companies use it.
Innopolis, Republic of Tatarstan, Russia, 420500
Official website: www.innopolis.com