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Re: Scholarship(s) for French student

Hello Ptit-Doudet,

I study and work part time in Zurich and I think as a EU foreign student you should be able to work at around 15 hours a week which works out as roughly 35% of a full time job. This should cover at least the rent and food on a student budget. I would suggest trying to get an assistant position within your faculty/department as they generally are forthcoming and more familiar with the financial hardships of student life.

Uni financial grants are generally dependent on your nationality, family income and academic performance. I'm not familiar with St. Gallen uni, but I guess if you are exceptionally outstanding academically you should have a good chance of accessing their scholarship funds.

Best of luck!
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