Thrive as an Expat in Russia
Do you want to hear what it is like to work in Tech in Russia as an expat? Join a panel of expats who are working in the tech industry in Moscow. They will share valuable insight about what you can expect if you move to Russia to work in tech.
It’s no secret that women play a role in many expats’ journey to Russia. Join us to understand what that looks like in the dating game. You might be surprised at what you hear!
Nina has spent many years working in Russia as a marketing expert. She will share her thoughts on trends that set Russia apart from the West with regard to digital marketing.
Getting a visa to Russia should be straight-forward. Unfortunately, there is misinformation everywhere. Marcus from Let’s Russia will not only fill you in on common visa mistakes, but how to avoid them when getting a visa to Russia.
Teaching English in Russia is by far the most common job for expats from English speaking countries. You might find it hard to believe, but it is quite possible to make a great living teaching English in Russia. Join to hear about the opportunities.
Russia is notorious for its bureaucracy and immigration law is no exception. One of the top immigration lawyers in Moscow will discuss the options for staying long-term in Russia and how to get a residence permit.
If you are moving to Russia, most likely you need to get a job. Depending on your experience and standards, getting a job in Russia isn’t that difficult. You do have to understand what skills are in demand though. Matt from Expatriant will explain exactly what you need to do to get a job in Russia as an expat.
Some travel to Russia with a concrete plan. Others head to Russia on a whim and there are those who Russia seems to grow on over time. Come hear from a seasoned expat how he went from adapting to another culture, battling anxiety, buying property all the way to calling Russia home.
The healthcare system in Russia has a poor reputation. This is unfortunate since many long-term foreigners in Russia have found great medical service at a fraction of the cost of what they would pay in their home country, and a growing number of foreigners are even making special travel plans for medical treatment that is both world-class and unique to Russia. During this session we will discuss the basics of health care for long-term expats and why some foreigners are making the trek to Russia for medical treatment.
Nice job, gentlemen. It would be great to hear your thoughts about Vladivostok. In fact, it would be great to hear your thoughts about other cool cities and regions in Russia, and experiences like the Trans Siberian Express. You guys have a lot of personal knowledge to share and you communicate well. Thanks a lot.
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