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Institute of Education

Research & Expertise to Make a Difference in Education & Beyond

International Recruitment

International Recruitment

At IOE, we aspire to bring together the best academic talent from various nations, fields, and scholarly traditions so we place at the forefront of global social & educational R&D.

Participating in and promoting academic exchange across borders has been paramount since our very beginning.

International mobility programs hosted by IOE enable our centers and labs to share at scale while also sharpening their R&D edge by tapping into diverse expertise from multiple corners of the globe.

HSE International Cooperation at Close-Up

The year 2013 heralded a momentous point for the international agenda at HSE University as a brand-new division, the HSE Office for Internationalization, was set up. Today, international mobility initiatives at HSE annually recruit over 65 research & teaching faculty from various corners of the globe, who lead projects at more than 40 international labs in economics, sociology & education, management, political science, philosophy, international relations, computer science, mathematics, language & culture studies, journalism, etc.   

Learn more about international cooperation at HSE and IOE

There are two major programs that international academic professionals can apply for:

  • Tenure-Track Faculty Program: an initial three-year sojourn (with the option of renewal after a successful interim review)
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship Program: a one-year sojourn with one of the HSE research centers and units (with the possibility of renewal)

Check out our Careers page and HSE’s International Recruitment page for current openings, eligibility, and how to apply.

  • Tenure Track Faculty
  • Postdoctoral Fellows
Tatjana Kanonire

Assistant Professor

PhD, University of Latvia, Latvia, 2013
Centre for Psychometrics and Measurement in Education
Professional Interests: bilingualism, memory, language, psychometrics
Elena Minina

Associate Professor

PhD, University of Oxford, UK, 2013
Centre for Cultural Sociology
Professional Interests: globalization, post-Soviet countries, education policy, Russian education, education reform, neoliberal reform, post-Soviet studies
Natalia Karmaeva

Associate Professor

PhD, Bielefeld University, Germany, 2014
Centre for Vocational Education and Skills Development
Professional Interests: education policy, social inequality, academic profession, universities, labour market, academic labor market
Morteza Charkhabi

Assistant Professor

PhD, University of Verona, Italy, and KU Leuven, Belgium, 2017
Centre for Psychometrics and Measurement in Education
Professional Interests: psychometric and scale development, clinical neuropsychology, fMRI, health and safety, healthcare management, health technology assessment, occupational health, psychosomatic
Jamie Costley

Associate Professor

PhD, Kongju National University, Korea, 2015
Centre of Sociology of Higher Education
Professional Interests: critical thinking, instructional design, learner-to-learner interaction in online learning environments, curriculum development, technology enhanced learning
Adam James Gemar

Research Fellow

PhD, Durham University, UK, 2019
Centre for Cultural Sociology
Professional Interests: inequality, cultural sociology, sociology of education
Anastasia Petrakova

Research Fellow

PhD, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany, 2018
Centre for Psychometrics and Measurement in Education
Research Interests: educational psychology, clinical psychology
PhD, Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan, 2017
Centre of Sociology of Higher Education
Personal Interests: student experience at university, student academic and social inclusion, student well-being and university climate, student retention and dropout, gender issues of student experience, student-parent experience
Contact:
Anna Polyanskaya

International Relations Manager