MINSK, 10 July (BelTA) – All the conditions for quality education are available in Belarus, Professor David Faulkner, the founder and dean of Magna Carta College, Oxford, UK, told a press conference hosted by the BelTA press center on 10 July.
In his words, English specialists know very well that Belarus pays close attention to education, with massive investments poured by the state every year. Belarus has accumulated considerable scientific and pedagogical potential, has established tight ties between the education process and practical application. As a result, graduates of Belarusian universities have fundamental theoretical knowledge and practical skills. It is particularly important for innovation-driven development of the country in the center of Europe, a country, which economy remains open to a large extent.
David Faulkner stressed it is these conditions that prompted the decision to open a partnership office of Magna Carta College for the CIS states in Minsk, Belarus.
David Faulkner said he was confident the Master of Business Administration program “International Management” in Russian, which Magna Carta College made available in Belarus as from 10 July, will contribute to further professional education of Belarusian specialists in accordance with European standards and the world’s best standards.