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During your research stay in Belgium, you will be building up pension or retirement rights through the social security contributions which are extracted directly from your fellowship. But what happens with your Belgian pension if you move back to your home country after you finished your research stay in Belgium? If you move to a country inside the European Economic Area (EU and its 28 members plus Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) and you...
There is now also a special European pension fund designed specifically for researchers, which is transferrable as you move around Europe in your scientific career (as long as you work for participating institutions). This has been set up on the European Commission's initiative, and is called RESAVER. Details of the RESAVER scheme can be found here. Pensions in Iceland. Those who work on the Icelandic labour market accrue pension rights...
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