The EURAXESS project is one of the Czech Republic's initiatives to implement the European Commission's recommendations in Lisbon in 2000. It is a contribution towards the strengthening of the European Research Area (ERA), supporting its aim to become one of the strongest world economies.
The EURAXESS Czech Republic Network is part of the European Services Network - EURAXESS officially established on 30 June 2004 in Paris. The European network consists of more than 250 cooperating service centres in 43 (mainly European) countries.
A network of collaborating contact points was created across the regions of the Czech Republic between 2005-2007, as part of the "Czech Mobility Centre" project, funded by the Sixth Framework Programme of the European Commission and by the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic.
And so the EURAXESS Czech Republic Network was born. Nowadays, the network consists of 2 service centres and numerous contact points based at universities across the country.
We are here to help researchers with all aspects of their life in the Czech Republic. If that's you, please don't hesitate to get in touch using the contact details below! We provide principal advice and assistance to the researchers and their families free of charge; however specialised services (e.g. tax or legal issues, etc.) may require additional advice. The EURAXESS Centres may recommend professional service providers where appropriate, indicating the price that the services of the latter may cost.
We are happy to answer your questions.
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