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Monaco’s famous for its glamorous casinos, the French Riviera, French cuisine and being an overall lap of luxury and playground for the rich and famous. It’s got a maritime Mediterranean culture, gorgeous beaches and a cosmopolitan environment which is partly the result of a large and intermingling French and Italian workforce. The western expat can expect the finest of restaurants, cafes, shopping malls, entertainment facilities and cultural institutions.  

Satisfying sites on lifestyle in Monaco

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Cost of Living

Cost of living

The high quality of life in Monaco does not come cheap for the expatriate. Indeed, according to’s July 2016 report, the cost of living in Monaco far exceeds the international average. This becomes very apparent when one purchases any number of goods and services such as a household accommodation and furnishings, transport, healthcare, Internet plan, clothing, groceries, alcohol, restaurant meal and retail recreational actives. If a western expat desires to relocate to Monaco, they are encouraged to negotiate a generous compensation plan that is commensurate with the local living expenses.

Satisfying sites on cost of living in Monaco

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Monaco has an amazing Mediterranean climate with sunny summers and fairly mild winters. Throughout the year Monaco enjoys at least 300 days of sunny weather. The day time temperatures during the summer months from June to August remain in between 20°Celsius and 23°Celsius, with the hottest months being July and August. The Monaco winter is from December through to February and has an average temperature of 9.5°Celsius with January generally being the coolest month with an average minimum of 8°Celsius and an average maximum of 12°Celsius.

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Visa Restrictions

Visa Restrictions

All foreign nationals need to obtain a work permit (Permit de travail) before they can work in Monaco. It is the responsibility of your new school to obtain the permit, as part of this process the Service de l’Emploi can offer alternative employees from the Monaco area which have to be considered.As Monaco is so expensive you may choose to live in France, this will affect the residency permit you have to apply for.

Monaco is included in the EU as part of its arrangement with France and this will assist the process for EU citizens.For non EU Citizens the Monaco Government website provides a step by step guide include instructions and the forms required to complete this process.

Once you have secured a job offer in Monaco your school will help you navigate this process and provide some of the documentation you will require. Other documents such as you Police clearance and Degree certificate will be your responsibility to attest and supply. 

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    Monaco Life