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Incoming Mobility

HSE University is a leader in Russian education, setting itself apart with its international presence and cooperation. Our faculty, researchers, and students represent over 90 countries and are part of HSE University’s drive to internationalize and combine Russian education traditions with the best international teaching and research practices. 

International faculty and researchers make an outstanding contribution to HSE University's educational programmes and research (the university is ranked among top 100 institutions worldwide in Politics & International Studies, Sociology, Economics & Econometrics in the QS – World University Rankings by Subject).

If you are interested in exploring opportunities for cooperation with the Graduate School of Business, there are many forms of short- and mid-term academic mobility, available for international faculty and researchers

International specialists now have the opportunity to join our faculty to carry out research or educational activities, including:

  • visiting professorship or lectureship;
  • contributing to our current educational and research programs with guest lectures and workshops;
  • participating in our conferences and seminars;
  • contributing to our research projects, adding new emphases or expanding our current expertise

Qualifications and application

To apply for visiting professorship or lectureship positions generally it is sufficient to have a university degree (under certain circumstances a doctorate is required) and several years of academic activity and teaching experience. A tenured position at one of our partner business schools will be an advantage.

Depending on the project you are applying for, you may be expected to demonstrate a specific standard of excellence and academic competence.

Given the global pandemic situation, as of June 2020 all forms of cooperation, including teaching and research, are done remotely. When the situation stabilizes and the international travel to and from Russia resumes, we will return to offering onsite options.

Below are the technical guides that will help you to better understand administrative procedures you will have to go through to be able to work in Russia and the timelines for applications. Please note that we will take care of the most of processes.

If you have any questions, please contact GSB mobility coordinator Anton Grigorev

 

Guide for remote contracts administration

This guide sets out steps to be taken to invite an international specialist to teach classes or carry out research project remotely.

#

Step

Responsible Person

Deadline

1.

Expression of the interest in taking part in academic mobility programs

Applicant

n/a

2.

Getting in touch with a local counterpart (a faculty member, an academic director of an educational program, a leader of a research project or a lab) to set up the framework of expected cooperation

Applicant

n/a

 3.

Submission of CV, copies of all passport pages, bank details and other information required to complete the contract, written consent to conclude a contract to the International Office

Applicant

50 days before

4.

Submission of the project application to the Research Committee

GSB Mobility Coordinator

45 days before

5.

Upon the approval of the application by the Research Committee, finalizing  the contract work

GSB Mobility Coordinator

15 days before

 6.

Signing the contract, sending the original signed documents to the International Office

Applicant

10 days before

7.

Delivery of the services under the contract

Applicant

 

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Guide for onsite contracts administration

This guide sets out steps to be taken to invite an international specialist to teach classes or carry out research project on campus in Moscow.

#

Step

Responsible Person

Deadline

1. 

Expression of the interest in taking part in academic mobility programs

Applicant

n/a

2.

Getting in touch with a local counterpart (a faculty member, an academic director of an educational program, a leader of a research project or a lab) to set up the framework of expected cooperation

Applicant

n/a

3.

Submission of CV, copy of main passport page, bank details and other information required to complete the contract, written consent to conclude a contract to the International Office

Applicant

80 days before

4. Submission of the application to the Research Committee GSB Mobility Coordinator 75 days before

5.

Upon the approval of the application by the Research Committee, applying for a visa invitation and finalizing the contract work

GSB Mobility Coordinator

60-50 days before

6. Getting a Russian visa in a Russian Embassy or Visa Center Applicant 20 days before

7.

Reservation of accommodation and tickets (with Applicant's approval)

GSB Mobility Coordinator

15 days before

8.

Visa registration

GSB Mobility Coordinator / Applicant

Arrival day / next day

9.

Signing original contract documents, scanning all passport pages

GSB Mobility Coordinator / Applicant

Arrival day / next day

10.

Delivery of the services under the contract

Applicant

 

11.

Signing certificate of services rendered, signing a statement on the status of resident / non-resident in the Russian Federation

GSB Mobility Coordinator / Applicant

2 days before the end of the project

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