Before you go, you should use all the sources of information which are open to you. Obviously, the key source, and channel, of information is your school placement Office. Other sources include:
Useful resources and up to date information on the Erasmus Programme
Read Erasmus+ stories from UK students who have just returned from an Erasmus placementUK Erasmus National Agency
In France taxe d’habitation (equivalent to UK Council tax) is due from an individual who on 1 January is registered as officially renting a flat (furnished or unfurnished) or living in property that they own. The liability for the taxe d’habitation is not related to the amount a person earns or to whether he/she pays income tax. This means that overseas students are liable as much as any French citizen in France.
NB the French authorities are often late in issuing the demand notice which may reach you after your return to the UK, even a year later. The French authorities issue bills for the taxe d’habitation in October. To avoid the possibility of being charged interest, you are strongly advised to settle the account before you leave France. Should you rely on the tax office to bill you after your departure, you must ensure that you pay promptly, or you will be charged 10% interest on each subsequent bill. If you delay payment, you run the risk of court action or ending up an international credit backlist.
Contact details for the Global Opportunities Team:
Global Opportunities Team
Careers, Employability and Skills
Queen's University Belfast
BELFAST BT7 1NN
Visit us at the Student Guidance Centre
Tel: 028 9097 5255 (+44-28-9097 5255 from outside the UK)
or firstname.lastname@example.org for queries about the Erasmus programme
Donna Beckington - Head of Global Opportunities Team (and Erasmus Institutional Co-ordinator)
Ruairi McGrillen - Global Opportunities Development Officer (new developments, international internships and short programmes)
Conleth Burns - Global Opportunities Officer (Outgoing Erasmus/Exchange students and promotional activity)
Noemi Rodriguez Dominguez - Global Opportunities Officer (Incoming Erasmus and Study Abroad students, Erasmus Bilateral Agreements and Systems)
Rachel Mulligan - Global Opportunities Officer (currently on maternity leave)
Rachel Battersby - Global Opportunities Clerical Officer
David Lynch - Global Opportunities Clerical Officer
Queen's University Belfast is committed to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.
For more information please read our Equality and Diversity Policy.
Queen's University Belfast is registered with the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland NIC101788
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