If you dream of going to live in Europe, to gain invaluable experience of life in another country, but do not know where to start, as far as possible, then you should familiarize yourself with some of the methods of immigration to European countries.
To begin with, evaluate your strengths, degree of education, skills, language proficiency. Almost everyone, young and old, knows English in Europe, so, first of all, learn it. This is a prerequisite, only with it you can find a job. Then try to master at least a basic knowledge of the language of the country you want to go to.
A great way to get a residence permit in Europe is to go to study there. In most cases, education in the EU countries is quite expensive, however, there are several countries that still provide all students, regardless of origin, with free education. For example, they include Germany (some universities), Finland, and some universities in Holland also do not charge tuition fees. For admission to all European higher education institutions for programs in English (of which there are a great many), you must provide a certificate of knowledge of the English language - IELTS or TOEFL
If you are already working, find out if your company has exchange programs with foreign partners. You can also write a resume and send it to the European companies of interest, describing your work experience and level of education. Often, Russian-speaking employees are in great demand - for example, when developing websites for clients from the Commonwealth countries. This way you will be able to obtain a work permit and, as a result, a residence permit.
If you graduated from a university in Russia, try applying for a scholarship to master or postgraduate studies in a selected European country. There are quite a few scholarships and grants for students from Russia (for example, the British Chevening), and you should not be afraid to send your documents, even if the grades in the diploma are far from ideal - often for the admissions committee, a cover letter from a scholarship applicant and a description of work experience is much more important … Find out about scholarships on the websites of the universities you are interested in, and also feel free to contact your own university and inquire about exchange programs.