Is it safe to live in France?

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12/04/2017 - Article

Are you planning to go to France or one of the overseas territories temporarily or permanently for private or professional reasons? Information for emigrants and / or people working abroad can be found on the website of the Federal Office of Administration.

The country profiles of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) offer background information on foreign university markets. You support German universities and university institutions with international marketing and the establishment of university partnerships.

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With this guide from the Federal Employment Agency Saarland, they want to make a contribution to making the Franco-German labor market more transparent and provide an overview of the European approaches and opportunities that result from Europass, Erasmus, internship and exchange programs, as well as recommend very specific, concrete German-French applicant portals that can facilitate the job search in France.

Are you a German and want to move to France to study, do an internship or an apprenticeship? The ZEV will help you to put your plan into action and to cope with everyday life in France. Find out more in our guide!

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