East-Siberian Institute of Economics and Management was established in 2002 as a branch of the Baikal State University of Economics and Law. In 2012 ESIEM became an independent higher educational establishment focused on providing quality education, satisfying the needs of students for intellectual and cultural development.
There are several business incubators working at the Institute. One of them is "Navigator" focused on research of the northern territories, as well as the development of extreme tourism in Yakutia.
The institute leads different projects (find them here in Russian) on reindeer herding, tourism, economics, life in the Arctic.
Facts and figures
|Total Number of Staff||146|
|Number of Academic Staff||128|
|Number of Students||2720|
Historical tourism and ethnotourism in the North