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RESEARCH PROMOTION FOUNDATION’S IRIS PORTAL https://iris.research.org.cy/#/ Through IRIS, interested parties may register and access the Research Promotion Foundation’s (RPF) online services mainly related to the submission of proposals and management of funded projects of RESTART 2016-2020 Programmes for Technological Development and Innovation and the receipt of information and updates regarding RPF’s activities. Information Portal for...
Before you leave Cyprus, it is important to ensure you have informed the relevant authorities of your depature, this includes your employer, local council and any service suppliers. Not informing relevant authorities of your departure could result in costly fees and penalties.
The Inland Revenue Department administers the Cyprus direct tax legislation which comprises of various taxes and duties such as income tax, immovable property tax and capital gains tax. Income Tax Income tax is levied under the Income Tax Laws and is assessed and collected under the Assessment and Collection of Taxes Laws. The Cyprus Income Tax Laws apply to both individuals and companies. Partnerships are not subject to tax as separate...
KYSATS is the competent authority of the Republic of Cyprus for the recognition of higher education qualifications, awarded by recognized institutions of higher education or by evaluated-accredited study programmes by the competent authorities of the country they operate or offered in. It also acts as the Education National Information Centre. It is an independent body funded and administratively supported by the Ministry of Education and...
Pension Scheme in Cyprus 1. Old-Age Pensions All insured persons irrespective of the category of insurance, i.e. salaried staff, self-employed and voluntary contributors, are entitled to an old-age pension. The conditions governing the payment of the old-age pension are: a. The insured person has reached the age of 65. b. 3 years have elapsed since the date of insurance prior to the date on which pensionable age is reached and in that...
The Department of Registrar of Companies and Official Receiver (DRCOR) is the competent authority in Cyprus for keeping the register of Patents, Trade Marks and Industrial Designs. As Cyprus is a signatory of both the European Patent Convention (EPC) and the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT), the DRCOR acts as a receiving office of European and International applications. National patents are granted according to the Cyprus Patent Legislation....
Researchers have to look first at what the host organisation could offer to them. Some universities / academic institutions in Cyprus have a Career service unit/ centre, mainly aiming at supporting students and graduates in their career development. From time to time there are also career development training courses organised in Cyprus. RESEARCH ORGANISATIONS IN CYPRUS
Medical care is provided by the government medical services and the private medical sector. The government medical services can be used by anyone who chooses to be treated at a public medical institution. The government medical services provide treatment free of charge or at reduced charges for certain groups of individuals. More information can be obtained from the Ministry of Health. Emergency care is provided free to all persons who arrive...
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