Researchers’ Directive applies to the procedure of admission for non-EU researchers interested in carrying out work in an authorized research organization in an EU member state, for periods longer than 3 months. A research organization – university, institute, private company – is considered as authorized when approved by the national authorities to host non-EU researchers.
The applicant must provide:
- Scientific qualifications
- Sufficient financial resources
- Health Insurance proof
- An agreement with the employer
- A valid passport/travel document
- A written declaration from the research organization concerning the reimbursement of costs should you overstay
The agreement is similar to a contract with the authorized research organization, which validates the project and stipulates the work conditions.
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