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Prague now number one world city for expat students

Prague now number one world city for expat students
Whilst Prague is better known for its vibrant expat start-up communities and entrepreneurs, it’s also the world’s best city for expatriate university students. A recent survey by AppJobs, an online website and app dedicated to helping newly-arrived expat students find part-time jobs, has placed Prague at the top of the list for those...

Public transport options in Madrid for newly-arrived expats

Public transport options in Madrid for newly-arrived expats
If you’re relocating to Madrid and aren’t keen on driving in a strange city, public transport options for the daily commute are more than satisfactory. The Spanish capital’s public transportation network comprises local trains, buses and an efficient metro system, all of which are extensive, clean, efficient and safe. In addition,...

Expat pensioners in France under threat of being thrown out due to income reuirements

Expat pensioners in France under threat of being thrown out due to income reuirements
A warning about strict income tests has been issued to UK expats already living and working in France and those planning to do so in the near future. Despite the present uncertainty about Brexit and France’s previous request that all British expats get their cartes de sejour, it seems the French government is already forcing Brits whose...

Visa free value of British passport affected by Brexit

Visa free value of British passport affected by Brexit
Expat business travellers reliant on visa-free entries with a British passport may be stymied post-Brexit. The value of a passport is calculated by the number of countries which allow visa-free entry, an important issue for expats and business travellers looking to save time and money. Prior to the Brexit referendum, the British passport...

Six month Brexit extension brings even more uncertainty to expat lives

Six month Brexit extension brings even more uncertainty to expat lives
The Brexit extension may give companies more time to adjust to whatever comes next, but for UK expats in Europe, EU expats in Britain and Brits planning to emigrate it’s just another six months of stress and uncertainty. British in Europe and the 3Million, both campaigning for citizens’ rights, are now demanding an ‘immediate end to...

Survey reveals Czechs not exactly in favour of expats

Survey reveals Czechs not exactly in favour of expats
Is the controversy over the increasing number of expats in the Czech Republic finally easing towards acceptance? Ten years ago, before the huge rise in expatriation for work purposes, some 57 per cent of the Czech public thought there were too many foreigners in their country. A decade later, a new survey by the Czech Public Opinion...

Amsterdam ticks all boxes as a hub for tech startups

Amsterdam ticks all boxes as a hub for tech startups
Amid huge competition from worldwide capital cities, Amsterdam is still drawing the brightest and best tech professionals. Almost 20 years on from the turn of the millennium panic that existing software and hardware would crash due to the unusual date change, the tech transformation has created a phenomenal worldwide industry centred in...

How to live a budget life in pricey Munich

How to live a budget life in pricey Munich
Known worldwide as one of the most expensive German cities for expats, Munich is still a popular destination for those determined to live cheaply. Given that the majority of expat city surveys are aimed at readers with enough funds to get by in the world’s most expensive hotspots, it’s amazing that a good number of expats can still...

Insecure expats in UAE tempted by Cyprus residency via property investment

Insecure expats in UAE tempted by Cyprus residency via property investment
For expat professionals in the UAE who’re feeling slightly nervous about their residency, buying a property on Cyprus might well be the answer. As the tide begins to turn against the expats who helped build the Gulf States, those coming up for early retirement need to decide where to go next if returning to the home country isn’t an...

Expat families and pensioners in one small corner of France

Expat families and pensioners in one small corner of France
The northern, coastal region of Brittany is the real France, without the glitz of Paris and the Cote d’Azure but with a caring community based on family and friends. Over the past several decades, some 14,000 Brits have made the short trip across the English Channel to their new lives and haven’t regretted the move for a minute....