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  • Norway
    Living in Europe | Accommodation

    Part of moving somewhere is finding accommodation that suits your needs and budget. It is important to find a nice place to live to help you feel at home in a new environment. Finding suitable accommodation during your stay in Norway may take time and effort on your part. Keep in mind that there are...


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    Leaving Europe | Departure conditions/formalities

    If you have an adjunct professor position at a non-Norwegian institution you will retain membership of the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme, provided your stay abroad does not exceed six months per year over two consecutive years. As long as your primary place of employment is in Norway with a...


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    Living in Europe | Entry conditions/visas

    Visa Registration requirements for EU/EEA/EFTA citizens are outlined below. Do I need a visa for stays of up to 90 days? If you are an EEA national (citizen of an EU/EEA/EFTA country) and have a valid identity card or passport, you do not need a visa for stays of up to 90 days in Norway. This also...


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    Living in Europe | Banking

    If you have a Norwegian employer or if you are staying in Norway, you will probably need a Norwegian bank account, especially if your stay exceeds six months. Access to a Norwegian bank account will enable you to receive salary payments and handle your finances. Please contact <strong>your host...


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    Working in Europe | Career Development

    Moving to a different country is a big decision to make, but there are many advantages to working and living in Norway as a researcher. Coming to work in Norway can be a good career move and may improve your work-life balance. This is something to take into consideration if you have to choose...


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    Leaving Europe | Departure conditions/formalities

    CHECK LIST The degree to which the items in this checklist are relevant for you will depend on where you are moving. The list is intended to provide a starting point for the kinds of things that are important to remember. Prior to departure Apply for research funding at least one year prior to...


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    Leaving Europe | Departure conditions/formalities

    A large number of children accompany their parents on research stays abroad. In most cases a period spent in another country is a positive and informative experience for the children. If you decide to bring your children with you abroad, you should look into childcare or schooling at the earliest...


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    Leaving Europe | Departure conditions/formalities

    There are many good reasons to conduct a research stay abroad. It provides the opportunity to learn new approaches, gain new perspectives and insight into new methods, and experience a different research culture. Another motivating factor may be to gain access to data and research equipment. Along...


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    Leaving Europe | Departure conditions/formalities

    In families with dual careers it is important to take into account the careers of both partners in a relationship when planning a research stay in another country. It is not uncommon for both partners to be researchers and if that is the case research positions may need to be found for both of them...


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    Living in Europe | Day care, schooling &amp; family related issues

    Many mobile researchers bring along a spouse or partner who needs to find a job or gain admission to higher education. Some also bring their children or plan to have a child while in Norway. Norway is considered to be a family-friendly country. Relatively generous child and parental benefits and...