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Researcher's Guide to Austria

Researcher's Guide to Austria

This guide supports you and your family to get a good start in Austria. It provides information about Austria in general but will also give you a general idea of the legal basis of entry and residence regulations, taxation and social security.

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Euraxess Guide

Taxation Guide © OeAD | Unger

Guide for Taxation of Income of Researchers in Austria

This guide provides basic information on taxation of income of researchers.

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EURAXESS Austria folder

Brief information about EURAXESS Austria

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DUAL CAREER SERVICES

EURAXESS Report on Dual Career and Integration Services

An analysis of Dual Career and Integration Services

This report was created in the framework of the EURAXESS TOP III project (2015-2018), funded by the EC under the Horizon 2020 programme under the task lead of the University of Copenhagen (UCPH).

The information gathered in the report has been submitted by a Dual Career and Integration Services Expert Group, encompassing of representatives from European institutions and universities from six countries; Austria, Germany, Denmark, The Netherlands, Norway, and Switzerland.

The goal of this report is to analyse and map the landscape of DCIS in the six countries as well as exchange knowledge of best practice examples in order to develop and improve the services based on the needs of each institution.

The final outcome of the report presents the expert group’s findings, as well as recommendations bearing in mind the national and local context.
 

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Guide to Residence and Employment of International Researchers

 

The Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education and Research (OeAD) supports international researchers and their host institutions in pursuing a successful stay in Austria. One important aspect in the preparation of a research period abroad is the clarification of the entry and employment regulations.

This brochure was developed in cooperation with the Federal Ministry of the Interior (BM.I) and the Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration and External Affairs (BMEIA). The purpose of this brochure is to present an overview of the various options and provide assistance in the steps required.

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Guide to Entry and Employment of International Students

 

The Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education and Research (OeAD) supports international students to complete successful studies in Austria. An important aspect in the preparation is the clarification of the entry and residence regulations.

Although there have been numerous improvements in the legal framework conditions for international students and graduates practice shows that the legal conditions are not always sufficiently clear. In this context this guide, which was developed in cooperation with the Federal Ministry of the Interior (BMI) and the Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration and External Affairs (BMEIA), wants to provide an overview and assistance.

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OeAD Infos zum Fremdenrecht

 

This OeAD Newsletter offers information about the law relating to foreigners (in German only).

Ausgabe Oktober 2017

 

 

 

Guide on mobilising the local resources

 

Guide on mobilising local resources to remove mobility obstacles

In this Guide you will find a list with suggestions for potential local cooperation partners and a selection of efficient local collaborations. It also contains recommendations for creating innovative support services within the respective local context. EURAXESS network members can use this guide to create their own new and innovative approaches in order to support the integration of international and visiting researchers in their new working and living environment.

 

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