As the press service of the consortium Space Technologies said, on June 27, 2019, Maria Arkhipova, coordinator of the construction of the orbital station MIR-2 , lawyer of consortium, took place in the graduation ceremony of Lomonosov Moscow State University and got the diploma with honors and was awarded commemorative medal as graduated the Faculty of Space Research in the specialization of Public Administration in the space sector.
On June 29, 2019, a master’s degree diploma from the Faculty of Space Research of Moscow State University was awarded in the specialization Public Administration in the Space sector by Julia Arkhipova, the head of the consortium Space Technologies.
In the consortium Space technologies stressed, that Maria Arkhipova and Julia Arkhipova became graduates of the first set of the Faculty of Space Research.
The consortium Space Technologies congratulates the top- managers on the excellent completion of the magistracy, and wishes them successful application of their knowledge and qualifications.
Comment of Julia Arkhipova, the head of the consortium Space Technologies:
– First of all, I want to say thanks to the team of the consortium Space Technologies, which provided support for two years of the magistracy.
I also want to thank MSU: thanks for the opportunity to get the most relevant and high-quality knowledge in the field of public administration in the space industry. I especially want to thank the Rector of Moscow State University for creating the Faculty of Space Research and the trust in those who came to receive new knowledge on a unique program, I would like to thank the program managers – Vladimir Solovyev, Alexey Surin, Vasily Sazonov, Irina Myslyaeva and all the specialists for the knowledge gained and for the desire to find an approach to everyone.
I want to assure that we will successfully apply this knowledge to the development of the consortium and the implementation of its programs, as well as we will continue to develop and educate ourselves, to devote time to research activities.