2016, November – exhibition and photo-report of MGHPA students from Seoul.
2016, October – exhibition of the best MGHPA student projects on Korean topics.
2016, September-December – internship of 4 MGHPA students in Hongik University, Seoul.
2016, April – signed an agreement on student exchanges with Hongik University (Seoul, Korea).
2016, January-March – creative contests on Korean subjects in the departments of industry, environmental design, interior design and graphic art. The main winners of the prize - internship in the leading art institute of the Republic of Korea
2015 – signing the agreement with Korea Foundation
2012, January – grand exhibition of all Stroganov Academy’s colleges was arranged in Moscow in the central exhibition hall of the Academy. The visitors had a chance to see the best pieces of Russian traditional arts and crafts made by colleges’ teachers and students in jewelry, metal art, ceramic and textile design, wood carving and painting.
2011 – major reconstruction of art education system in Russia – Stroganov Academy embraces as her branches five unique art colleges, located in different parts of Russia: in Moscow and Moscow Region, on the Volga River and at the Ural Mountains. (College of Design and Applied Arts (Moscow), Abramtsevo College of Design and Applied Arts named after V. Vasnetsov,  Krasnoselskoie College of Art Metal, Kungur State College of Design and Applied Arts, Ural College of Applied Arts and Design (Nizhniy Tagil)) Each of them has their own artistic traditions in the field of folk arts and crafts.
It might be interesting to know that such a merger was suggested a century ago at the dawn of Soviet Power in Russia.  It was also planned to unite the colleges of Russia around Stroganov School. In 2011 the theoretical idea was practically accomplished. That opened up a new era in the history of Russian decorative and applied arts and crafts.