Settle in at the Dormitory

How can I get a place in an HSE dormitory?

Every exchange student is guaranteed with a place in an HSE dormitory. When filling in your online profile in ASAV, please make sure you check 'Yes' in the 'Dormitory' field.

How do I know what my dormitory number is?

You will receive a dorm allocation file around a week before your arrival date.

What documents are required for moving into the dormitory?

  • passport
  • migration card
  • health certificate signed by a physician in your home country
  • medical insurance meeting requirements listed here.

More information about medical insurance policies is provided here.

What documents should I sign after moving into the dormitory?

After moving into the dormitory, you will be asked to sign the internal regulations and tenancy agreement.

What are the dormitory rules that I should follow?

  • Pay on time (you can pay for the dormitory here);
  • Keep your room neat & clean;
  • Leave the kitchen clean;
  • Use electrical appliances in designated areas;
  • Discard rubbish in designated areas;
  • Keep quiet from 11 p.m. until 9 a.m;
  • Change the linen & the towels once a week.

What should I avoid when staying at the dormitory?

  • Using electrical appliances (stoves, boilers, irons, etc.) in your room;
  • Loud noises;
  • Smoking, drinking alcohol, using drugs;
  • Bringing pets into the dormitory.

Please visit HSE Dormitories' offcial page for more information. 



Student International Mobility Office (SIMO)

We are part of Department of Internationalisation 

  • Visiting hours
    Mon.— Wed., 10:00 — 13:00
    Thu. — Fr., 14:00 — 17:00
Tatiana Gremiakina

Incoming mobility coordinator

phone: +7 (495) 772-9590, then dial extension 27806
Valeriya Sokolova

Director of SIMO

phone: +7 (495) 772-9590, then dial extension 27668