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Information for New Staff

Welcome to the Institute!

No matter whether you will be coming here for three months or three years, moving to Göttingen will bring about some important changes in your life. Some of you may have lived abroad before, while for others it will be an entirely new experience. To prepare you for things that may await you in Germany, and to make the transition as smooth as possible, we have compiled some valuable information for you.

General Information

Welcome to Germany — a detailed online guide from the Max Planck Society on the steps you need to take before and after your entry. Here you will also find useful information about visas & entry, health insurance, opening a bank account, taxes and accommodation.

Welcome to Germany!

Welcome to Germany — a detailed online guide from the Max Planck Society on the steps you need to take before and after your entry. Here you will also find useful information about visas & entry, health insurance, opening a bank account, taxes and accommodation. [more]
Online Germany Guide for new international employees and visitors to facilitate their start at the institute and in Göttingen. 

Germany Guide — useful information for new institute members from A-Z

Online Germany Guide for new international employees and visitors to facilitate their start at the institute and in Göttingen.  [more]
A guide for international scientists at Max Planck Institutes provided by the Max Planck Society (PDF)

Living & working in Germany

A guide for international scientists at Max Planck Institutes provided by the Max Planck Society (PDF) [more]
A useful website with information and assistance to mobile researchers

Service Network for Mobile Researchers

A useful website with information and assistance to mobile researchers [more]
How To Germany tells you just about everything you need to know about living and working in Germany as a foreigner.

How To Germany

How To Germany tells you just about everything you need to know about living and working in Germany as a foreigner. [more]
 
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