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​An International Researcher’s Guide to Estonia

An International Researchers' Guide to Estonia (6.21 MB) has been prepared to help researchers from all over the world who plan to come to work or study in Estonia. The aim of this guide is to provide researchers with the necessary information when moving to Estonia and after arrival. The guide has been compiled and published by the Estonian Research Council and is co-financed by the European Commission and by the European Regional Development Fund. The current version was published in autumn 2013.

Our aim is to make your mobility experience as easy as possible. This guide offers you guidelines for arranging employment and work formalities and for managing the practical matters of your everyday life in Estonia.

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Information provided by EURAXESS Estonia