- Department Head:International Cooperation Office
- Marina Batalina has been at HSE since 2006.
Degree in English language
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Foreign Languages
Degree in Political Sciences
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Philosophy
2004-2006 Director of international programs, The D.S.Likhachev International Charitable Foundation, St.Petersburg
1995-2003 Coordinator of CEU and network scholarships programs and director of international educational programs at the representative office, Moscow, Open Society Institute. Assistance Foundation - Russian
1986-1995 Research assistant and research fellow, Russian Academy of Education, Research Center for Teaching Russian
Development, coordination and monitoring of the university's international links and partnerships.
Author of articles and theses on social context of language and Russian speech culture of foreigners, implementation of Bologna principles and social entrepreneurship, as well as compiling of the book "Russian Empire in Comparative Perspective" (selected papers presented at the international conference "History of Empires: comparative approaches to research and teaching", 2003).
Research and expert experience:
related to higher education, civil society and philanthropy projects, grants and scholarship competitions.
Following a directive of the Rector, key HSE staff members have been awarded ‘Acknowledgement’ medals for their high professional achievements and devotion to work.
On July 17, 2017, HSE signed a memorandum of understanding on academic and research cooperation with Seoul National University (SNU). It covers joint research, joint projects, student and staff visits, as well as the sharing of academic resources.
On June 19 the Higher School of Economics signed a cooperation agreement with Hitotsubashi University in Japan. The agreement covers mutual visits for lecturers and researchers, student exchange programmes, as well as joint research projects, academic events, and publications.
Students and doctoral students of the HSE Faculty of Computer Science will have the opportunity to take part in exchange and double degree programmes.
Faculty of Economic Sciences' undergraduates and graduate students to participate in exchange and dual degree programs
On 22 September 2014 the Higher School of Economics hosted a delegation of young representatives of the public sector, science and business from Malta, headed by Aaron Farrugia, CEO of Malta Freeport Corporation Ltd. Among other members of the delegation were Christopher Cutajar, Secretary of the Fgura Local Council, Roderick Formosa, First Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Malta and Law professor at the University of Malta, and Joseph Muscat, Head of the Research Laboratory of Malta.