EURAXESS Finland

 

 

Information regarding international mobility due the Covid-19  (Corona-virus)

 

 

Please visit the dedicated website of the European Commission, including information on the latest developments and actions, general advice, useful contacts and links, statistics and various other topics of interest for citizens and institutions, which will be regularly updated.

Please visit the dedicated website of the European Commission, including information on the latest developments and actions, general advice, useful contacts and links, statistics and various other topics of interest for citizens and institutions, which will be regularly updated.

Please also see the support materials on the EURAXESS EU portal.

 

 

Moving to Finland is very restricted at the moment, especially if you come from the Schengen area. Arrival with a residence permit is still possible. Also, the processing times for residence permits are somewhat longer in some Finnish embassies and other missions or service providers at the moment. As the situation varies between embassies, you can check the status regarding your situation from this website of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland. More information on the travel restrictions to Finland can be found from the pages of the Finnish Border Guard.

More detailed instructions on how to act when entering Finland can be found at Finentry website.

As of 23 February 2021, shipping lines will require a negative COVID-19 test certificate from passengers arriving in Finland from abroad. Read more about it at the website of the Finnish Shipowners Association and of the Finnish institute of health ans wellfare (latter only in Finnish).

 

We provide information and assistance to mobile researchers – by means of this portal and with the support of our national EURAXESS Service Centres.

 

As mapped below, EURAXESS Service Centres in Finland should be approached directly if you are planning a research stay at one of the referred institutions.

EURAXESS is a joint initiative of the European Commission and the 40 countries participating in the European Union's Horizon 2020 Programme for Research.

 

 

 

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