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Welcome to the forum.
you really need to plan long term, get that degree for example, and try and make yourself as highly skilled/qualified as you can.
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This forum contains a great deal of Information and I think that, if you have access to affordable, reliable broadband internet, it's a very good place to start your enquiries. I admit: I was here (in the Forum) for quite a long time before I finally found the "search" function at the top right-hand side of the screen. You could use searchwords like: permit, moving to Switzerland, conditions for residence, immigrant, etc.
Here, for example, is a recent thread started by someone with similar questions to yours: looking for a job and employer in switzerland
On the Swiss government Website www.ch.ch
you can find quite a lot of information in English. Use "Google translate" for any parts which are not already in English.
Yes, you are right that you do not qualify for asylum.
And I'd absolutely agree with Medea Fleecestealer: get that degree! Collect all the supporting documents from the courses that you've already completed, and if you cannot go back to university now, perhaps you try to see how many of your credits UNISA would accept, and what it would involve to complete your degree with them. Be sure to ask them to explain to you exactly you how fast or how slowly you could take the modules, and then work out whether there is a way to get through all the required courses within the time limit. Many correspondence students make the mistake of registering for too many courses at once, given their other responsibilities to work and child-care.