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Once I leave Switzerland I will not need my C Permit as I will not be returning to live here any time soon.
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If I were in your position, I would go down to your local Gemeinde (municipality offices) and ask them about the possibility that Medea Fleecestealer (a smart person who knows a lot about permits) mentioned, of having your C Permit put on hold.
I think it would be worth it to find out what it would involve to get permission to retain your Swiss C Permit, even though you are going away to study.
Check if there are any fees to do that. Ask what it means about re-entering Switzerland, and about any tax (or other) financial responsibilities you may have if you do this. Ask if there are benefits, for example, in terms of insurance, if you return to Switzerland.
How long have you lived in Switzerland? Quite a few years at least, to be entitled to a C Permit.
You're setting out, now, to a new country (or maybe back to your previous country) but you cannot know for sure (after all, none of us ever can) whether your plans, there, will work out as you expect them to. Perhaps you'll love it there, and fit in right away and never want to return. But what would happen if, once there, it didn't work out and you found yourself longing for "home" (whatever and whoever that was) in Switzerland? Wouldn't it be great, then, to have your valid C Permit in your pocket, and the right to return?
Okay, that's my advice... though not actually what you asked for, in this thread.
For ideas about employment, you might like to read Kiwi2Swiss's thread here: where to look for jobs with no job qualifications