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Old 20.07.2015, 13:41
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Re: working on L permit

The conditions required for them to give you permission to be a teacher depend on the type of position offered, the school and your qualifications and are in this document in section 4.7.7 for teachers. It's not available in English.

https://www.bfm.admin.ch/dam/data/bf...ngen-aug-d.pdf

You already have your L-permit, so you are not subject to the quotas. The companies have to try to hire people from Switzerland and the EU before they apply for permission. The rules can be interpreted by the the office that gives the permission in each canton. In my experience no one will be able to give you a clear answer on if you would likely get the permission or not. Companies will often want to avoid going through this process because they have to pay 400fr., put together a comprehensive application and the office will give them no feedback if it could work out. This office only says things like, if you were a doctor we would probably give you the permission.
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