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I would like to invest/work abroad

 

I would like to invest/work abroad
I would like to invest/work abroad
Internships, jobs at MFA, Development Cooperation, internationalisation incentives, investments, calls for tender, reciprocity, work visa, teaching abroad
For updates on the MFA-CRUI internship programme see the portal of the Diplomatic Institute — internships (tirocini) sector.
Contract staff abroad are hired directly by the consulates themselves through a competitive examination held on the dates announced on the consulate’s website. Contact the Italian consulate nearest the place you are moving to for further information.

List of Italian embassies and consulates
Available jobs financed by the Italian Development Cooperation, as well as the ‘vacancies’ at accredited NGOs can be viewed on the portal of the Italian Cooperation under Work and study opportunities.
The Diplomazia economica website gives an overview of the public bodies that administer the instruments of support for Italian companies wishing to expand into third countries.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation provides a website, free of charge, dedicated to information on contracts and calls for tender where, once registered, you may access information on over 7000 annual competitions, “early warnings” on projects around the world and personalised notifications via email from over 400 facilities around the world.

To register go to Extender
To find out which competitions are financed by the Italian Cooperation see http://www.cooperazioneallosviluppo.esteri.it/pdgcs/italiano/Gare/intro.html
For information on foreign firms you may contact the Operations Unit of the Agenzia ICE, if there is one in the country involved, otherwise the Italian embassy. For further information on the location of Agenzia ICE offices around the world see Agenzia ICE.
Go to Visa for Italy where you can download a form for this kind of invitation for an entrepreneur or trade partner who is required to have a visa to enter Italy.
Foreigners who have the same rights as Italian citizens in civil matters include:
  • The citizens (physical or legal persons) of European Union Member States and of the European Economic Area (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway);
  • Non-EU or EEA citizens resident in Italy and in possession of a valid residency permit issued for the purposes of work, business, humanitarian need or study;
  • stateless persons residing in Italy for at least 3 consecutive years;
  • refugees residing in Italy for at least 3 consecutive years.

If you are a citizen of a non-EU or EEA country, the conditions of reciprocity between Italy and that country must be confirmed; in other words, whether that country allows Italians to own property there. The condition of reciprocity exists if your home country has signed a bilateral agreement on matters concerning the promotion and protection of investments.

For more information see Civil Rights and Reciprocity.
Foreigners who have the same rights as Italian citizens in civil matters include:
  • The citizens (physical or legal persons) of European Union Member States and of the European Economic Area (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway);
  • Non-EU or EEA citizens resident in Italy and in possession of a valid residency permit issued for the purposes of work, business, humanitarian need or study;
  • stateless persons residing in Italy for at least 3 consecutive years;
  • refugees residing in Italy for at least 3 consecutive years.
If you are a citizen of a non-EU or EEA country, the conditions of reciprocity between Italy and that country must be confirmed; in other words, whether that country allows Italians to set up a company or any other associated action.

Sometimes reciprocity exists in specific categories. Therefore, it may happen that an Italian is allowed to set up a company in a particular country, but not to purchase a home. The same is true for the foreign citizens of that country not resident in Italy.

The condition of reciprocity exists if your home country has signed a bilateral agreement on matters concerning the promotion and protection of investments.

For more information see Civil Rights and Reciprocity.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has set up a database of the CVs of qualified persons interested in serving with international organisations. You can list your CV on the web portal OIDB - candidature internazionali

. For further information see Opportunità nelle Organizzazioni internazionali.
See the page Opportunità di lavoro nella UE for all pertinent information.
For information on job opportunities in the institutions of the European Union, and eventual competitive exams, please see the official website of the European Personnel Selection Office EPSO or check the Official Journal of the European Union and the websites of individual institutions.

For further information see Opportunità di lavoro nella UE.
There is a waiting list for substitute teacher positions in Italian State-run schools, which you can apply to be put on if you are not a full-time contract teacher in Italy. You must have the proper requisites, which are listed in the section Supplenze estero.
In order to be able to teach abroad (in certified Italian State-run schools, European schools, bilingual schools, Italian departments of foreign schools, Italian language courses for Italian communities abroad and lecturers at foreign universities) you must have been a contract teacher in an Italian school for at least two years. You must have passed foreign language proficiency tests and have specific requirements. The language tests are held approximately every three years. Linguistic certification along with assessment of cultural, professional and service credentials, leads to inclusion on a waiting list, which is updated on the basis of successive language proficiency tests. Certification is valid for 9 years. Service abroad has a duration of 5 years, and is renewable twice with an obligatory 3-year period in Italy at each interval.

For further information see Istituzioni scolastiche.
It would be advisable to contact the diplomatic mission in Italy of the country under consideration.

Foreign embassies and consulates in Italy.

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