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Where I can study Technical related courses..??

Hi there,

This is Prashath (24) from Sri Lanka and now living here in Switzerland. Due to some sort of problems in my country I'm seeking for asylum here. And I've got a visa called "ausweise N". However, I am on the move to do technical related courses such as IT Hardware technology (I already familiar in it), Learning/ Training institutes for heavy equipment which are can be used for civil works.

Since am a BBA under graduate and I was working as a project administrator in Libya with these qualities are won't fulfill to obtain a job in Swizerland (maybe).

So please I would be very grateful if possible please assist me on above said matter.

Thanks & Best regards

Prashath
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Old 21.05.2012, 15:41
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Re: Where I can study Technical related courses..??

Welcome to the forum. An "N" Permit is a temporary one pending a decision to be made by the BfM on the asylum seeker´s case.

http://www.bfm.admin.ch/content/bfm/...lsuchende.html

Try:

http://www.erwachsenenbildung.ch/

Select your area and course. Most require German.

Alternatively, search using Google for Ausbildung+Eerwachsenenbildung+Aargau+EDV+Informat ik using site:.ch for some hits.
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Re: Where I can study Technical related courses..??

Thanks dude, As I understand what does it means "N" permit. However, I don't know how long I should wait for get their decision whether I can live here or ?

Therefore, I would prefer to go further to my studies.. I assume that N permit will no gonna affect my move on education isn't it ??
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The N permit might very likely limit your choices for education. You will have an asylheim chef who can advise you further ( they are regulated by Cantonal guidelines ).
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Oh ok,, thanks for this too.. I'll go through with that and come back to you as soon as possible..
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