The article is focused upon business education students perceptions of career success and its determinants. Empirical base of research is formed by a survey of 222 business school students in the three Universities of Moscow, attending MBA, EMBA and DBA programs. The students are classified into five groups on the basis of their perceptions of success. These groups also differ by perceptions of success determinants, ethical principles and by motivation behind joining an MBA program.
Authors describe the experience of implementing assessment-center as a tool for evaluating professional competences (sales skills). Methodological suggestions to increase the quality of results are discussed. The system of mini-indicators is introduced and described.
The article studies the relation between investment strategies of business education students, on the one hand, and their values and attitudes towards business ethics, on the other hand. The survey of 222 students of business education programs in three Moscow Universities serves as empirical base. Six types of students with different educational strategies are pointed out. These groups differ both by their basic values and by attitudes towards business ethics. It is shown that basic values of business education students are relevant to modernization whereas their attitudes towards business ethics to a lesser extent.