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Now young professionals from a number of countries will be able to take an internship in Switzerland!


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Now young professionals from a number of countries will be able to take an internship in Switzerland!

The new agreement will allow students from such countries as Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, Japan, Monaco, New Zealand, Philippines, Russia, South Africa, Tunisia, Ukraine, USA to undergo an internship in Switzerland for 18 months.

The new agreement will allow students from such countries as Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, Japan, Monaco, New Zealand, Philippines, Russia, South Africa, Tunisia, Ukraine, USA to undergo an internship in Switzerland for 18 months. Such an opportunity will give young specialists the opportunity to apply already acquired knowledge and acquire new experience in the international environment.

To obtain a work permit as a young specialist (trainee), the following conditions must be met:

  1. Citizenship of any of the listed countries.
  2. Age from 18 to 30 years.
  3. You have a completed higher education (Bachelor's or Master's Degree).
  4. You work in the specialty that you will practice in Switzerland.
  5. You are not going to lead an independent activity or work in an abridged schedule.
  6. Before applying, you have already found an employer in Switzerland.
  7. You do not request a work permit for more than 18 months.
  8. You apply to the Embassy of Switzerland for permission within the country of permanent residence.

After the end of the practice, the trainee must return home. To extend the permit, there must be grounds for extending it, it is necessary to apply at least 2 months before the end of its validity.

SMAPSE specialists will be glad to answer your questions by mail@smapse.com.

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