I am quite an educated guy. Here you may have a look at some details of my education.

  1. MSc in Finance and Credit with distinction (red diploma), Tyumen State University, Russia (1998).
  2. BA (Hons) of Business Admin, 2.1 (Upper Second) class,University of Wolverhamton, UK (1997)
  3. High School Education Certificate with distinction (silver medal), School #21, Tyumen, Russia (1993).


Hall of Flame

Master of Science in Finance and Credit (1993-1998)

Tyumen State University (slow web site, you've been warned) situated in Tyumen, Western Siberia, Russia.

This degree is based on 5 years full time study which involved 7708 hours of study of which 4014 were academic lectures and workshops (data based on official appendix for Certificate of the High Education (Russia). That's being a no-nonsense study! Math alike disciplines accounted for over 1400 hours of study. Featuring compulsory calculus, theory of games, financial statistics, probability theories and others not less enjoyable (and exhaustive).

Dissertation: "Analysis of the credit operations in commercial bank "Moscow Bank of Development".

You may wonder why for such a long course only few works listed. Reason is that in Russian educational system almost every module requires to pass a close book examination. For many modules it is NOT allowed to use word processed reports as only hand-writing accepted which is way to insure that work was done by this student and not copied from someone else... which is so common in certain places.

BA (Hons) of Business Administration, (1996-1997)

I was the direct entry student at University of Wolverhampton, UK (find city on the map).
Degree awarded: 2.1 (Upper Second) class, BA (Hons) of Business Administration. This is an internationally recognized Bachelor's degree awarded by the British school.

High School # 21 (1983-1993)

This high school was considered to be the best in the Tyumen, Russia. Specialised in English, but excelled in all other fields of sciences. I was good enough to graduate with distinction (silver medal).