Tinkoff Bank has registered its own university. Yevgeny Vasilyevich Ivashkevich, a member of the board of directors of JSC Tinkoff Insurance and a member of the collegiate executive body of JSC Tinkoff Bank, Evgeny Vasilyevich Ivashkevich, has been appointed rector of the university, Vedomosti learned.

Tinkoff Bank has registered its own university

The possibility of using the accumulated technological and IT experience as part of launching an educational model of a STEM university in Russia is currently being considered. Details of the project will be announced in the summer, the bank representative said.

In 2012, Sberbank already launched the corporate SberUniversity. The site only sells courses on leadership, corporate education and culture, IT, risk management, project management, process, finance, and risk. In the case of Tinkoff, we are talking about a full-fledged higher education institution, according to the interlocutors of the publication.

  • In 2022, the Russian edtech market attracted 4 billion rubles of investment. This is 3.5 times less than in 2021, when about 14 billion rubles were invested. Among the reasons for the fall are the end of the effect of a rebound in asset investment during and after the pandemic, the geopolitical situation and the outflow of international funds.
  • Nearly one in six managers (15%) are not ready to employ graduates of online courses. Most of them are convinced that there is no practice in online courses, and after graduation, students have experience in solving real business problems.


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Source: RB

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