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NES Outreach Center

The NES Outreach Center was established in the autumn of 1998 for dissemination of the experience in modern economic education among the universities in Russia and other CIS countries.

The Outreach Center's activities are focused on the organization of schools, seminars and public lectures for professors, lecturers and PhD students of the Russian regional universities and of the universities from other CIS countries. The Outreach Center also organizes and supports the visits of the gifted regional researchers to NES and CEFIR.

The NES Outreach Center is led by Director, NES faculty member appointed by the Rector, and supervised by the Academic Council. Deputy Director is the Center's chief administrator.

Main Objectives:
  • To disseminate the NES experience in teaching of all economics disciplines; 
  • To develop advanced training programs for teachers of economic disciplines, graduate students and researchers from the universities and research centers in Russia and CIS; 
  • To summarize and disseminate the latest modern experience in organization of education, in research and methodical work, as well as advanced educational forms and methods; 
  • To organize and hold field schools and seminars;
  • To organize practical training at NES for teachers of economic disciplines from the Russian universities; 
  • To provide consultations. 

NES Outreach Center,
Room 2.46.1, Novaya str. 100a
Moscow, Skolkovo, Russia

Phones: +7 (495) 956 95 08, ext. 166
Fax: +7 (499) 129 37 22 (with label "For NES Outreach Center")
E-mail: outreach (at)
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