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EURAXESS FRANCE !
Vous trouverez sur ces pages l'assistance et les informations nécessaires aux chercheurs en mobilité, avec l'aide de notre réseau de centres de services. Si vous êtes à la recherche d'un post-doctorat ou d'un emploi de chercheur, rendez-vous sur notre section "postes à pourvoir".
Vous trouverez également sur ce portail les coordonnées de tous les centres de services Euraxess en France, ainsi que des informations relatives aux formalités d'entrée et de séjour sur le territoire français.
EURAXESS France est membre de l'initiative de la Commission européenne, le réseau européen EURAXESS, qui rassemble 500 centres de services aidant les chercheurs internationaux dans 40 pays.
Tous les services fournis par les centres EURAXESS sont gratuits.
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When I was thinking about performing a research stay in a foreign country, I would have never imagined that I would choose Nantes as my receiving city. However, when I started to search for scientific groups working in polysaccharides and their characterization, the INRA-Nantes attracted my attention because of the quality, dynamism and efficiency of researchers working in this unit.
I was accepted to do my PhD in University of Franche-Comté, in FEMTO-ST institute. Before my arrival in Besançon, I faced several administrative problems, like finding a place to stay, procedures of obtaining hosting agreement from university for working permit, registering in Doctoral School.
I am a postdoctoral fellow in Department of Virology, at the University of Franche-Comté.
I have been living in France since September 2012. Before leaving India, I contacted EURAXESS Service Centre of Besançon for our initial settlement in Besançon. EURAXESS promptly replied to each and every query and helped us finding lodgment in Besançon, getting a residence permit, opening a bank account, getting health insurance card ("Carte Vitale"), house insurance, complementary insurance and many more. In addition, they also suggested the centers where we could learn French.
I am an Italian researcher from Siena (Tuscany), working mainly in the field of urban archaeology. My degree and PhD thesis concern the survey done in the Third Courtyard of Palazzo Vecchio, the Town Hall of Florence. After winning the "Premio Ottone d'Assia-Riccardo Francovich", a prize for the best work in medieval archaeology open to applicants up to age 35, I decided to try an international experience. I found an opportunity which allowed me to develop my skills and my knowledge at the University François-Rabelais of Tours, in the archaeological unit called "CITERES". Thanks to a grant I spent one year in Tours enjoying the French lifestyle.