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Career perspectives in the Russian Federation

If you are a former participant of the MULTIC programme interested in finding a job in the Russian Federation we want to provide you on this page with some basic information about career opportunities in Russia.

You have finished your EMA2 MULTIC scholarship period and have received a master / doctoral degree at one of the EU partner universities? You are now looking for a job in the Russian Federation? With your discipline specific and intercultural qualification acquired you are well prepared for entering the labour market.

There are several platforms through which Russian employers announce their vacancies and other sources of information.


Online Research of vacancies


There are some websites for the online research of vacancies in Russian companies which in many cases do not only provide information about job vacancies but also additional information (on how to write a CV for instance) and other practical advices for students and graduates.



Big Russian daily and weekly newspapers usually publish job offers (the daily newspapers often in their saturday edition).

• Argumenty y fakty:

• Izvestia:

• Kommersant:

• Moskovskaya Pravda:

• Nezavisimaya Gazeta:

• Novaya Gazeta:

• Trud:

• Vedomosti: – online version has job vacancies

Business directories / recruitment agencies


An alternative option for the job search is either the search for companies in your sphere of interest and the unsolicited application to this company or the job search through a recruitment agency.

Business directories:

• Open Russia

• Rus Market

Recruitment agencies:

Foundations for research funding


If you want to go on with your scientific work, there are different Russian foundations and programs aimed at research funding:

• Russian Foundation of basic research:

• Federal Target program:

• Russian President’s research grants:

Russian Chambers of commerce

The Russian chambers of commerce in your host country might also list job offerings of foreign companies in Russia that will appreciate your living and working experience abroad or might offer other counselling services.

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• Polish – Russian chamber of commerce:

• Italian – Russian chamber of commerce:

• Trade Mission of the Russian Federation in Austria:

• Ibero – Russian chamber of commerce:

Career counselling Russian MULTIC partner universities


Our Russian MULTIC partner universities organize job fairs and counsel university graduates when it comes to their career plans and will extend this service to the Russian MULTIC graduates from our EU partner institutions. Should you be interested in making use ot these services, please contact us.

Partner universities’ websites dedicated to career counselling:

• Irkutsk State Technical University:

• Northwest (St. Petersburg) Branch of the Russian Law Academy of the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation:

• Ural State University of Economics:

• Ufa State Aviation Technical University:

• Tomsk State Pedagogical University:

• Tomsk Polytechnic University:

• Bauman Moscow State Technical University

• Lipetsk State Technical University

• North Caucasus Federal University

Job fairs


You can of course also take part in one of the numerous job fairs that are organized in many Russian cities all over the year. We will list here some examples from Russian cities where our MULTIC partner universities are located.

Selection of Russian job fairs:

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The contacts of all partners can be found here.

MULTIC Co-ordination Office:
TU Dresden
International Office
Mrs. Kerstin Kruse

Tel.: +49 351 463-33398
Fax: +49 351 463-37738
E-Mail: mundus @

TU Dresden
Akademisches Auslandsamt
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