Rs 416.211 Order From Davis's February 11, 2013, Concerning The Awarding Of Scholarships To Students And Foreign Artists In Switzerland

Original Language Title: RS 416.211 Ordonnance du DEFR du 11 février 2013 concernant l’attribution de bourses à des étudiants et artistes étrangers en Suisse

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416.211 order of the Davis concerning the awarding of scholarships to students and foreign artists in Switzerland from February 11, 2013 (State March 1, 2013) the federal Department of economy, formation and research (RFLD), under art 8, al. 4, the order of January 30, 2013, concerning the awarding of scholarships to students and foreign artists in Switzerland, stop: art. 1 delegation of authority the State Secretariat for education, research and innovation (Delia) is responsible for: a. the assignment and the extension of scholarships for students and foreign artists within the limit of the maximum number defined by the Davis; b. the granting of allowances in addition to these scholarships.

S. 2 premiums health insurance and accident insurance the Delia supports payment of premiums the insurance of basic health insurance and accident insurance of citizens scholars of a non-member of the EU or EFTA State.
He concluded a contract with an insurer.
It pays the monthly premiums directly to the insurer.
It supports only premiums health insurance and accident insurance of the scholar himself, but not those of the members of his family who accompany him.

S. 3 allowance for research trip the Delia may be granted an allowance for travel research and hosting of scholars preparing a doctoral thesis in Switzerland.
The allowance maximally covers one third of the costs.
It is granted on the following conditions: a. the grantee receives no additional monthly income on the stock exchange, b. the research trip must be used to collect the data necessary to the advancement of the work of PhD; v. the fellow must have attained a degree of progress in his doctoral work; d. the Swiss College and fellow assume each half of costs remaining; e. the scholar chooses the most advantageous offers.

The fellow must submit a written application to the Delia including timelines, an estimate of the costs, and a letter of support from the thesis Director. The Member of the Federal Commission for scholarships for foreign students representing the school examines the request in the light of the conditions mentioned in the al. 3 before it is forwarded to the Mar.
Upon his return, the fellow must submit a copy of its receipts of transport and accommodation to receive the allowance.
For stays abroad exceeding two months, the monthly grant will be reduced by half.

S. 4 return the Delia flight allowance may grant to extra-European Fellows a single allocation for the final return flight.
The allowance is granted only for the return flight to the country of origin.
It is granted only if the recipient enters his country no later than within six months following the end of the fellowship.
The fellow must submit a written application to the Mar. The application must include a copy of his return ticket and a receipt proving that the ticket has been purchased.
The flat-rate allowance corresponds to the average price of a flight to the country of destination.

S. 5 entry into force this order comes into force on March 1, 2013.

RO 2013 553 RS 416.21 State March 1, 2013

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