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Working in Europe

The European Economic Area includes all the countries of the EU plus Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein. For registration purposes, Switzerland is also included.

Registration to work in Europe is governed by Directive 2005/36/EEC on the mutual recognition of professional qualifications.

However, new rules now apply for working abroad in the EEA on a temporary, or occasional basis (for example during the ski season): see the CSP information paper for full details: Working as a physiotherapist in the European Economic Area (EEA) - what a CSP member needs to know.

For specific country information, contact the CSP enquiry handling unit on 020 7306 6666 or by emailing enquiries@csp.org.uk.

You will also be able to find more information on the WCPT and ER-WCPT websites where applicable. 

HEIDI

The Health in Europe Information Data Interface is a comprehensive search tool for European heathcare information.

British Overseas Territories

Because they have the largest populations, Bermuda, the Cayman Islands and Gibraltar provide most opportunity for working in a different setting.

Country profiles can be found at the Foreign and Commonwealth office.

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