Present and future of the financial policy of the RF Ministry of education and science: challenges and prospects

Present and future of the financial policy of the RF Ministry of education and science: challenges and prospects

29 November, the RF Ministry of education and science holds a seminar «Present and future of the financial policy of the RF Ministry of education and science: challenges and prospects» at RUDN.

Among participants – Olga Vasilieva, Minister of education and science, Valentina Pereverzeva, first Vice-Minister, Andrey  Zarubin, director of Department of finance, rectors, heads of financial departments and chief accountants of HEIs, who discussed the financial policy of the RF Ministry of education and science, improving the HEIs salary system, rector’s efficiency contract, changing the mode of interaction between the Ministry, HEIs and business.

A number of interactive products facilitating info exchange between the Ministry, HEIs and society will be presented. One of them is «Rector’s account» application, which helps monitor the university’s finance.

The participants will also sum up the results of the university financial management quality ranking – 2016 and awarding the leaders.

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