In October 2012 Lomonosov MSU BS joined the Principles of Responsible Management Education initiative (PRME) developed by the UN Global Compact.
From the very establishment MSU Business School has been aimed at educating high-qualified, critically and strategically thinking managers, able to make responsible decisions under the risk and uncertainty conditions contributing to the development of responsible business in Russia. Joining to this initiative makes the MSU BS a part of international community whose members share the principles and methods of ethical business in different countries.
Being a part of the initiative the School also joined the PRME Working Group on Anti-Corruption which unites about 500 world business schools implementing the anti-corruption principles in their study programmes. About PRME
The mission of the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative is to inspire and champion responsible management education, research and thought leadership globally.
The PRME Working Group on Anti-Corruption was created at the end of 2008 by a group of business schools committed to integrated issues raised by the UN Global Compact Tenth Anti‐Corruption Principle into the business curriculum. Today, within the broader framework of PRME, the group involves over 30 academic institutions and its work is divided among core discipline subgroups (economics, ethics, law, management, behavior, politics) to develop a ten module management education curriculum