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Re: Planning on moving to swtizerland to work as a Dentist, Need tips and Advice

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Hey Everybody!!

I'm a dentist/Orthodontist for 6 years in Hungary.Im considering moving to Switzerland to Work and live as a dentist here.I'm an orthodontist I did many courses all over the world.
I'm also a member of the European orthodontic society.

I really don't know where to begin.. Switzerland seems a really closed dental community for me..I was asking for some help recently from An old Swiss collage but unfortunately he some kind of rejected me and he told me it's almost impossible to get a job as a dentist here in Switzerland because there are too many.
Can you please give me some information about it?is it really so hard to get a job here? If you are a dentist dental assistant or a dental hygienist please give me some hope))
Thanks a lot for all your help!
This webpage lists internet job sites and newspapers in Switzerland:

http://aso.ch/de/beratung/rueckwande...hweiz/jobsuche

This web site lists medical-related jobs including currently 43 dental positions:

http://swiss-medical.ch/Ins_liste.php?RESSORT=27
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Re: Planning on moving to swtizerland to work as a Dentist, Need tips and Advice

Mullhollander you are The best!thank you for helping I will look now
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Work in Switzerland

Hello,

I'm an Egyptian citizen planning to move to Switzerland. I was wondering what kind of job i could apply for to support my stay while doing postgraduate studies. What kind of visa should I apply for?

Thanks in advance.
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Old 02.09.2016, 02:43
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Re: Work in Switzerland

Are you coming here to study or work?

To come here you need a legitimate purpose, which is known in advance.
That purpose will determine your visa type.
You cannot simply plan to move here.

For a student visa, you need an admission to a Swiss university first, and evidence you can support your stay financially.
Are you applying? Do you already have admission?
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Old 02.09.2016, 11:08
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Re: Work in Switzerland

Yeah, well... Since you seem to be "planning", you may want to do a little more research first. You cannot just apply for some visa as you please. It doesn't work that way.

If you come here as a student, you need to be accepted by a university of course, based on your previous credentials, which may or may not be recognized. Assuming you will even be accepted, you will only be able to work 15 hours a week at most, and only after 6 months. That is if you find a job at all, especially without near-fluency of the local language (I do not know whether you do or not, it's a general comment). Typically, a student job will bring in nowhere near enough money to support yourself, so you need significant additional funding from elsewhere and you will need to prove upfront that you have enough money; otherwise you will not be admitted to university, let alone receive a permit. The average amount of money necessary for one full year of university here is about 20-28k, plus/minus. You will not make that much off a student job (again, if you even find one).

If you intend to come work here full-time, there's pretty much no way. You seem to be young - again, that is an assumption based on your consideration to go to uni - and without significant work experience and/or a sought-after specialization in some field, you will stand no chance of getting a work permit here. Non-EU citizens can only be hired if a company sponsors them and after providing proof that there are no Swiss or EU citizens who could do your job. That is not the case in 95% of all jobs.
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Re: Work in Switzerland

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Hello,

I'm an Egyptian citizen planning to move to Switzerland. I was wondering what kind of job i could apply for to support my stay while doing postgraduate studies. What kind of visa should I apply for?

Thanks in advance.
Hi, I have merged this question into your original thread. It helps others to know the history of your questions and your potential qualifications for finding a job, so our members don't end up offering random suggestions that may or may not apply to your situation.

As mentioned in the first few replies to your original post, medicine (including dentistry) is a restricted field of study in Switzerland. Before you even think of applying for a visa you'll need to have your qualifications recognized in order to continue studies here, much less get a job here.
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