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General information about renting Rented housing can be found mainly via private landlords. You can find housing advertisements in the Internet and in the newspapers. Consulting your colleagues is recommended too. Your colleagues may have some useful tips on issues such as area, transport, shops and services etc. Tenancy agreements are typically signed for a minimum of 12 months. Making shorter tenancy agreements will be difficult....
For many foreigners, working in Greece, childcare and schooling is one of the real challenges for problem of joining families. Check out the links below to find more on the child care and schooling. Childcare Schools and Education Find out about the childcare in Greece Pre-school education in Greece Education in Greece Greek School Network Education & Universities in Greece
Departure checklist Before departure Search for the EURAXESS portal of your destination country and contact a EURAXESS Services Centre if necessary. Check your entry and residence conditions. If necessary, obtain a visa or residence permit for entry/employment/study. Update your health insurance. If necessary, obtain the European health insurance card. If necessary, obtain private health insurance. Check at your local tax authority...
International property (IP) refers to the mind: inventions, literary and artistic works, and symbols, names, images, and designs used in commerce (WIPO). IP is divided into two categories: Industrial Property, which includes inventions (patents), trademarks, industrial designs, and geographic indications of source...
The organization responsible for the recognition of diplomas in Greece is the National Academic Recognition Information Center (NARIC). NARIC website contains information regarding the application procedure and the legal framework of Diplomas Recognition in Greece. National Academic Recognition Information Center
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