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A guide for international scientists to facilitate their arrival and stay at INRAE

Each year, INRAE hosts a large number of scientists from all over the world. An online guide for international scientists is now available to facilitate their arrival and stay at INRAE.

Updated on 31 August 2022

illustration A guide for international scientists to facilitate their arrival and stay at INRAE
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This bilingual guide is intended specifically for international scientists who wish to join INRAE or who have recently joined the Institute.

It helps them find out all about INRAE and its employment, research and internship opportunities. It contains all the practical information they will need during their time in France, including how to get around, find housing, obtain health care, apply for visas and take out insurance.

  

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