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The international cooperation

International cooperation

1. About the department

Developing strategic partnerships and networking with leading universities, research centers and organizations.

Attracting foreign specialists with experience in leading universities and research centers.

Actively promoting the Academy brand abroad.

Forming an effective internationalization process management system.

Preserving national sovereignty in the field of education and its national diversity.

Readiness to international cooperation and partnership.

Openness to international standards and best practices for organizing scientific and educational activities in Russia and abroad.

Participating with the entire Academy in international activities.

Efficiently using existing and attracting additional resources within the implementation of priority areas of international cooperation.

Multiculturalism, multilingualism, interfaith tolerance as the basis of international interaction.

2. Department structure and employees

Head of the department:

Acting head of the department: Farisov Artur Olegovich, tel.: 88435902372

international@bolgar.academy

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3. Projects

4. Cooperation development

INFORMATION about universities and centers with which contracts are signed

1. Abdelmalek Essaadi University (Tetouan, Kingdom of Morocco), July 2019;

2. International Islamic Academy of Uzbekistan (Tashkent, Republic of Uzbekistan), August 2019;

3. Tashkent Islamic Institute (Tashkent, Republic of Uzbekistan), August 2019;

4. Imam Bukhari International Scientific Research Center under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan (Samarkand, Republic of Uzbekistan), August 2019;

5. The World Muslim Communities Council (Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates), September 2019;

6. The training unit Dar al-Ulum Alimiya (Uttar Pradesh, Republic of India) - September 2019;

7. Sharjah University (Sharjah, United Arab Emirates) - October 2019;

8. Paris Faculty of Islamic Sciences (Paris, French Republic) - September 2019;

9. Azerbaijan Institute of Theology (Baku, Republic of Azerbaijan) - September 2019;

10. Idrak Public Association (Baku, Republic of Azerbaijan) - November 2019.

5. Studying and internships abroad

In this section you will find information about training and research opportunities in foreign educational and scientific institutions, as well as practical information on issues of traveling abroad for scientific and educational purposes.

6. Teaching foreign students

7. Inviting a foreign professor

7.1. Education and degree documents

Concluding an employment contract, regardless of its type and length of stay of the scientific pedagogical worker in the territory of the Russian Federation, requires the mandatory legalization (confirmation of authenticity) of documents on education and (or) qualification, academic degree, academic rank issued by foreign states. This procedure must be completed by the scientific-pedagogical worker before arriving in the Russian Federation in the manner established in the country of issue of these documents. In most countries, an apostille is affixed to them to confirm the authenticity of documents.

Legalized documents along with a copy of the passport must be submitted to the Department of External Relations for the nostrification procedure (recognition of equivalence). If the documents are issued in English or German, or there is already a translation into these languages, the Department of External Relations officers will independently make and certify the translation into Russian. In the event that the document is issued in any other language, then, together with the original documents in the Department of External Relations, it is necessary to provide translations of at least English.

Based on the results of the consideration of documents, the Department of External Relations issues a conclusion, which, together with copies and translations of diplomas, must be submitted to the Personnel Department for concluding an agreement.

7.2. Visa invitation and visa types

Conditions/purpose of visit

Visa type

Normal-time employment contract / by schedule

Ordinary work visa (salary up to 1 million rubles per year)

Highly qualified specialist (work permit) (salary of more than 1 million rubles per year)

Remote employment contract (for short visits up to 1 month)

Registration through the Federal Migration Service of the Russian Federation for the Republic of Tatarstan from 25 calendar days

Ordinary humanitarian / business visa

Civil contract (fee-based service contract)

Registration by letter from 3-4 working days or through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs up to 3 weeks

Ordinary humanitarian / business visa

Participation in events without paying a fee

Registration by letter from 3-4 working days or through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs up to 3 weeks

Any, including humanitarian / business visa and tourist visa

The procedure for obtaining a multiple-entry work visa takes place in two stages:

Stage 1. Obtaining a single-entry work visa (valid for up to 90 days)

- Issuing an invitation - up to 25 days from the date of delivery of the package of documents to the Federal Migration Service in accordance with the regulations of the Federal Migration Service of the Russian Federation for the Republic of Tatarstan;

- Delivering by express mail the original invitation to the recipient - 3-5 days (copies sent by fax or e-mail are generally not accepted for consideration by Russian consulates abroad);

- Obtaining an entry work visa (valid for up to 90 days) at the consulate of the Russian Federation in the country of residence of the external specialist - from 5 to 10 days.

Thus, an average of 1.5 months is required to prepare documents, receive the invitation, mail it and receive the visa.

Documents required to apply for work visa:

- Representation

- Passport copy

- Paying state duty for issuing a work visa invitation - 800 rubles

Step 2. Changing the status of a single-entry work visa to a multiple-entry visa (the validity period is determined by the duration of the employment contract).

After the arrival of the foreign specialist at the Academy and registration with migration account, an employment contract is concluded with him, on the basis of which the status of the single entry work visa (valid for 90 days) is changed to multiple-entry (valid for up to 1 year).

The procedure for changing the visa status takes 20 business days from the date of submission of documents to the Federal Migration Service of the Russian Federation for the Republic of Tatarstan. Thus, the duration of the first visit to the territory of the Russian Federation should be at least 1 month.

Documents required for visa extension:

- 1 photograph 3x4;

- passport;

- migration card;

- registration;

- employment contract copy certified by the Human resources department;

- receipt of payment of state duty (1,600 rubles)

Work permit

For invited scientific-pedagogical workers from countries of visa-free entry, there is no need to apply for a work visa, however, in order to have the right to work in the territory of the Russian Federation, you must obtain a work permit. Documents for issuing a work permit are submitted by the Department of External Relations on the basis of an employment contract after the arrival of the invited scientific-pedagogical worker in Russia. The set of documents that must be submitted to Department of External Relations for obtaining a work permit:

- passport;

- migration card;

- registration at the place of stay;

- copy of employment contract

Migration registration

Every foreign citizen whose visit is equal to or more than 7 days must be registered with the migration. To apply for migration registration, it is necessary not later than three days after arrival to submit to the Department of academic mobility of the Department of External Relations:

- passport (or a clear copy of the photo page and visa page);

- migration card (or a clear copy of it);

- address of residence of the invited scientific-pedagogical worker during his stay in Kazan

8. Documents

9. Reports on international activities