How to get a job in an international organization? Leading specialists of the Eurasian Economic Commission shared their experience with students of the Faculty of Economics of RUDN University
ECE experts shared their experiences by explaining what key professional competencies are required to work in an international organization. So, experts noted that the ability to draw up documents in accordance with the rules, the skill of public speaking, negotiating, knowledge of paperwork, ethics and psychology.
“Professional competencies required to work in an international organization are formed by students of the University from the first year. Making speeches in pairs or at conferences, learning foreign languages, writing term papers - all this develops the necessary skills, ”said Dinara Sekerbaeva, Head of the Department of Advanced Customs Technologies.
Sergey Moser noted that knowledge of foreign languages is a significant competitive advantage when working in an international organization. Also, a special role is played by knowledge of national and international legislation, the ability to interpret and apply it in practice.
The Eurasian Economic Commission (ECE) is a permanent regulatory body of the Eurasian Economic Union. It began to function on February 2, 2012. The main purpose of the Eurasian Economic Commission is to ensure the conditions for the functioning and development of the EAEU, and to develop proposals for the further development of integration.
A key role in international customs administration is played by the World Customs Organization, whose main goal is to increase the efficiency of customs services. Representatives of the Eurasian Economic Commission (ECE) are participating in the WCO working bodies.
Valery Falkov, Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, presented certificates of honor of the President of the Russian Federation, Medal of the Order of Merit to the Fatherland of the 2nd degree, Order of Honor, Title of honor “Honored Health Worker of the Russian Federation” and “Honored Inventor of the Russian Federation” to the professors of RUDN University.
By the decree of the President of the Russian Federation, Larisa Efremova, Vice-Rector for International Affairs of RUDN University, was awarded the Medal of the Order of Merit for the Fatherland, II Degree for merits in scientific and teaching activities, training qualified specialists and many years of conscientious work.
By the decree of the President of the Russian Federation, Director of RUDN Medical Institute Alexei Abramov was awarded the honorary title “Honored Health Worker of the Russian Federation.” Director Yaroslav Stanishevsky and professor Anna Marakhova of the Institute of Biochemical Technology and Nanotechnology of RUDN University were awarded the title “Honored Inventor of the Russian Federation”.