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By May 23th 2018, the European Union Member States had the obligation to implement the new rules on third-country Students and Researchers in their national legislations based on the new directive (EU) 2016/801 on the conditions of entry and residence of third-country nationals, for the purposes of research, studies, training, voluntary service, pupil exchange schemes or educational projects and au pairing. Three countries, the UK, Ireland and...
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 how healthcare in the UK is administered...
Rented housing can be found via the city, estate agents or private landlords. You can find housing advertisements in the Internet and in the local newspapers. Consulting your colleagues is recommended too. Your colleagues may have some useful tips on issues such as transport, shops and services, schools and childcare etc. Tenancy agreements are typically signed for a minimum of 12 months. This means that the agreement cannot be terminated during...
National Health Insurance In Finland most of the social security benefits are administered by Kela, the Finnish social security agency. If you have been enrolled with Finnish social security, you will be eligible for Finnish National Health Insurance and receive a so-called ‘Kela card’. By presenting your Kela card at pharmacies or many private medical clinics, you can get a direct at-the-spot reimbursement for your portion of your costs. The...