Welcome to the EURAXESS Germany portal!
We provide information and assistance to mobile researchers – by means of this portal and with the support of our national EURAXESS Centres.
This portal contains practical information concerning professional and daily life in Germany, as well as information on job and funding opportunities.
All services of the EURAXESS Network are free of charge.
This portal contains practical information concerning the professional and daily life in Germany along the following categories:
Living in Germany; Working in Germany; Leaving Germany & Returning to Germany
It also hosts a plethora of job and funding opportunities.99
EURAXESS Centres Provide Information and Assistance to Researchers
The German EURAXESS network currently includes 99 EURAXESS Centres located at universities and research institutions. They offer professional counselling for visiting researchers at their institutions.
Information about EURAXESS Centres located across Germany and our bi-annual conferences connecting these centres can be found on the local EURAXESS Centres page.59
German EURAXESS Centres are members of the European EURAXESS Network
Do you work in a Welcome Centre or International Office that is interested in joining the German EURAXESS Network? Information about membership is available on the following page.
We also present some of the EURAXESS Projects that members can participate in to increase the strength of the network and the services we offer.130
Participants from all over Germany took part at last year's central EURAXESS conference
Jobs & Funding
EURAXESS lists thousands of vacancies and fellowships from more than 40 European countries and other regions in the world.
Find talented and experienced staff at the click of a button.
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Do you need a visa to move to Germany? What options are there for researchers? Find out more here.
On the subject of entry and residence in Germany, different rules apply to citizens of the European Union (EU), the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland on the one hand and citizens of so-called third countries on the other.
Have a look at this page for information about childcare, schooling and child benefits in Germany.
Learn about social security contributions and other common types of insurance in Germany here.
Insurance policies play an important role in life in Germany. In addition to social social security, which can include compulsory insurance coverage such as health insurance, optional polices can also play an important role in everyday life.
EURAXESS Germany Handout on Visa Regulations
This handout, developed by the EURAXESS Germany Work Group "Visa", describes the different regulations and laws applicable to international researchers. It helps in navigating the complex requirements and describes the required documents and payments.