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    Living in Europe, Working in Europe | Entry conditions/visas

    Depending on your nationality entry conditions may apply. You may need to have an entry visa and/or a residence permit. If so, your Dutch host organisation will usually deal with a lot of the paperwork, especially when your stay in the Netherlands is longer than 90 days. Here you can read about the...


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

    When bringing your partner/family along there are several issues that you might come across. Here you can read more about: Immigration procedures Family & work Children and medical facilities Childcare facilities School & Education Immigration procedures The nationality of your partner/children...


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    Working in Europe | Taxation/salaries

    Read up on how the following topics are relevant for taxation, fellowships and salaries. Understanding your payslip Dutch tax system Avoiding double taxation 30% Tax facility Financial aspects of a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship in the Netherlands (PDF) Understanding your payslip Your employer...


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    Living in Europe | Health insurance

    During your stay in the Netherlands you must make sure you are adequately insured, both for your health and other risks. Your host institution can advise you on which insurance to take out/bring. On this page you can find information on the health insurance system and a list of other insurances you...


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    Working in Europe | Intellectual Property Rights

    You should ask your respective employer at an early stage about the handling of intellectual property, patents, and inventions of your specific research assignment. Where a patent is registered depends on the type of protection desired. If the Dutch market suffices, you can approach the Algemeen...


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    Living in Europe | Medical care

    The medical system is a social provision, which means that everyone has health care insurance and access to care. The state also provides regular check-ups for children. The basic system starts with health insurance (or ‘zorgverzekering’ in Dutch) often provided through an employer. More information...


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    Working in Europe | Pension rights

    Read up on how the following topics are relevant for pension rights. The three tiers of the Dutch pension system Changing jobs internationally Retirement Transfor of foreign pension savings to the Dutch pension fund or vice versa RESAVER The three tiers of the Dutch pension system The first tier...


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    Living in Europe | Banking

    Upon your arrival in the Netherlands it is important to become familiar with the Dutch banking system and how to make financial transactions. Read up on how the following topics are relevant for your personal finance in the Netherlands. Before arrival Opening a bank account Dutch banks Making...


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    Living in Europe | Medical care

    Pregnancy & Maternity In the Netherlands, there is a system of midwives and gynaecologists. Midwives guide the healthy pregnancies and regular births. A gynaecologist steps in when complications arise. A midwife has had an intensive education of 4 years to get a bachelor degree. During those 4 years...


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    Working in Europe | Recognition of diplomas

    For information on diploma recognition please visit the IDW.