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Lifestyle

Lifestyle

While the expatriate community in Belarus is small and mostly located in Minsk, it’s growing and becoming more interconnected and robust. Also, while it is not nearly as international or “English speaking” as other European destinations, Minsk does indulge western tastes with a number of nice restaurants, lively outdoor cafes, pubs and shopping centers. Internationals are also able to enjoy excellent cultural experiences in the form of ballot and opera. Still, while Belarus is a safe country (petty theft being the exception), it does struggle with chronic racist attitudes. Non-Caucasian expatriates should be consider this before taking up residence. Read more…

Satisfying sites on lifestyle in Belarus

Belarusdigest-belarus      numbeo-belarus      internations-belarus      expatwoman-belarus

Cost of Living

Cost of living

Belarus is a cheap place to live. Indeed, according to Xpatulator.com’s July 2016 report, the cost of living in Belarus is well below the international average. This is quite evident when one considers a number of goods and services such as healthcare, transport, Internet service, groceries, restaurants and recreation. Ironically, however, household accommodations and their furnishings are more pricey. Still, the western international teaching expatriate should not only enjoy a high standard of living in Belarus, but should also be able to save a little money as well.

Satisfying sites on cost of living in Belarus

expatfinder-belarus      numbeo-belarus      numbeo-minsk      expatistan-minsk      nationmaster-belarus

Climate

Climate

Belarus experiences a continental climate. Winters are quite cold with the average temperature being -6 degrees Celsius and the summers are milder at approximately 18 degrees Celsius. Rainfall can sometimes be excessive in Belarus.

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Visa Restrictions

Visa-Restrictions

A visa is required to enter Belarus  this must be arranged in advance. Visas can be obtained form the Ministry of Foreign affairs, an Office application form is also available on their website.  Once you have obtained a teaching position your new school will start the process of obtaining a work permit. The school will require a number of notarized or legalised documents for you before they start this process.

For up to date information on the latest requirements for obtaining a work permit please visit this Belarus website.

Safety and Security

Safety and Security

The political and security status of countries around the world are constantly changing, to keep up with the current situation in any country please monitor the relevant Government websites and international news. The links below also provide useful indicators for prospective travelers:

The UK Foreign Office      US State Department      BBC World News           Al Jazeera        Belarus Times


School Profile Pages

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