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The Republic of Cyprus wishes to ensure that children who come to live in Cyprus from other EU and/or Associated Countries as well as Third Countries are able to continue their education. Hence, family members of Incoming Researchers are entitled to education in the State Educational Institutes, as are Cypriot citizens. The Ministry of Education and Culture (in Greek) is the competent body to approach for help about finding a school (Tel. +357...
Day care for children In the Republic of Moldova the educational system is protected by the Constitution of the Republic of Moldova, Law of Education and all governmental decisions. Nowadays, the graduates get two types of diplomas: one type for fulfilling the curriculum and the License examination, and a second type, if, in addition, they write a License Diploma paper. The Ministry of Education defines its strategic objective for higher...
Introduction Federal FLANDERS WBF Towards a healthy work-life balance As you may well know from your own bitter experience, domestic life can easily suffer when both halves of a couple or both parents in a family work. Belgium genuinely wants you to be happy and fulfilled here, and believes that the key to such happiness entails striking a healthy balance between work, leisure and family life. Consequently, it has adopted a set of...
If you are intersted in moving to Malta with your family, be it for a short or long period, you can rest your mind with regards to finding the right child care and schooling system for your children. From here you can find out about all the information and the benefits that you may be entitled to when it comes to family matters: Childcare The Free Childcare Scheme is a system which was promised in the Government...
Pre-school education in kindergartens is implemented by public and private kindergartens. Children attend kindergartens from the age of 11 months until they enrol in elementary school. There are 2 age groups: 1-3 years of age and 3-6 years of age. Pre-school education is not compulsory, with the exception of preparations for elementary school which are implemented 1 year before the entry into elementary school. In the period prior to the full...
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