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Eligibility: For everyone who is a DI beneficiary.
More information: on website or email email@example.com
Eligibility: For everyone who has worked as a temporary worker in Switzerland with a minimum of 88 hours and a maximum of 880 hours. Applicants must hold a permit and the last day of employment must not be longer than 6 months prior to the application date.
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Eligibility: You need to be working in a small company (less than 49 full-time employees) located in the Mountains (at least zone 2).
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Eligibility: For everyone who is registered as unemployed.
We advise you to contact us before talking to your unemployment officer so we can help you present your request in the best manner.
Eligibility: You have to be living or working in Geneva for more than one year and earn less than a certain amount.
Eligibility: You have to be living in the city of Lausanne and be Swiss or have a Swiss permit (B or C). You also have to show proof that you have limited financial resources. You will have to submit a file and do an interview with FLAT Lausanne. It takes about 2 months to get an official response from FLAT Lausanne once you have submitted your file.
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Eligibility: You have to be living in the Vallée de Broye. You will have to submit a file and describe your professional project.
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Eligibility: Anyone with limited resources can apply. You have much better chances of getting a scholarship if you live in Canton of Vaud. You will have to submit a file and then a Jury will decide. Applications open on Dec. 1st each year and close on March 1st.
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Eligibility: You have to be Swiss resident and fill in a Tax Declaration.