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Find somewhere to live Learn about the different types of accommodation available and how to start your search. Costs Costs to live in the UK can range depending upon the type of tenancy or ownership agreement you have signed up for. Make sure you are aware of the costs you may face while living in the UK.
For those researchers planning to move to the UK, and are interested in finding out what is available in career development, it is important to see what your host institution offers. In the UK, universities and researcher institutes should be the first point of contact for advice, they often offer a number of key services, which may include the following: Careers Service or department – where researchers can get tailored support and advice...
Communicating with others Find out about the ways you can keep in touch with friends using mobiles phones, the internet and post. Driving in the UK Learn about driving in the UK and what you need to do if you would like to drive or bring your car to the UK. Transport Find out about the best way to get around the UK.
Entry to the UK is dependent upon many factors, it is therefore essential that you are aware of your current status and whether you need documentation or a visa. You should also ensure that you apply for the most appropriate visa so your application has the greatest chance of approval. Who needs a visa? Your visa needs may vary based on you and your dependents' needs. Types of visa There are many...
Are you planning to bring your family with you, or to start a family in the UK? Find out about the benefits you could be entitled to, as well as information on pregnancy, childcare, schools, and family rights. Government provided benefits Find out about tax credits and child benefits for which you may be eligible to apply. Childcare If you are planning to bring your children to the UK find out about...
Healthcare in the UK is offered through the National Health Service and also through private medical care. Find out about health insurance, healthcare, and who to contact in case of a medical problem. Access to healthcare Learn whether you or your family are entitled to free medical treatment in the UK and the EU, and how to access relevant information and services. Healthcare in the UK Find out about...
If you perform research which could lead to a patentable or exploitable invention or discovery, you need to know about Intellectual Property Rights in the UK. What is Intellectual Property? Intellectual Property (IP) is a term given to ideas or other creative or innovative subject matter. An individual can own the rights to a certain piece of IP and thus control its use, or in some cases benefit from its application. There are four main types...
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