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Good news for Brazilian students ( and Swiss ones )

An agreement signed by Economics Minister Johann Schneider-Ammann and Brazilian Foreign Minister Antonio Patriota aimed to cut out red tape for young Swiss wanting to do work placements in the South American country and for Brazilian students wanting to do professional or language stays in Switzerland.

To qualify for the one-year permits, students must be aged under 35 and have found a work placement opportunity within two years of graduating.

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