6 March 2024

Selection Underway for Third Installment of Far East State Management Personnel Training Programme

The Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East and Arctic has teamed up with the Far East and Arctic Development Corporation to implement the ‘Muravyov-Amursky 2030’ management programme, providing training for the civil service and development institutions of the Far East.

The launch of the programme was announced in 2021 by Alexei Chekunkov, Minister of Development of the Russian Far East and Arctic, at the 6th Eastern Economic Forum, organized by the Roscongress Foundation, with programme participants on hand for the Forum in 2022 and 2023.

The third installment of the programme will consist of eight training modules intended for a single academic year. The programme will immerse participants in the work of government agencies and the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District and provide them with knowledge central to public administration, sociology, history, and oriental studies while arming them with the practical tools required to resolve government problems. The first two modules had 55 people competing for each spot in the programme, with candidates from 81 Russian regions taking part.

Graduates of the first group in the Far Eastern Federal District have already taken up positions as ministers, deputy ministers, deputy municipality heads, and managers at various levels while also running Priority 2030 programme offices at the Far East’s top universities.

Selection for the third group will last until 15 March 2024. More detailed information can be found on the programme website at муравьевамурский-2030.рф.


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