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What’s On in Zurich Mid to End August 2019

What’s On in Zurich Mid to End August 2019

What’s On in Zurich Mid to End August 2019 Street Parade is over but you can see our photos by Geoff Pegler here, and this weekend the big Limmat Swim is taking place. Sadly all the tickets sold out within a short space of time – but do check the Limmat Swim website in case […]

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Become a Teacher For Foundations For Learning

Become a Teacher For Foundations For Learning

*** Sponsored *** Become a Teacher For Foundations For Learning   Supporting Students & Families in Zurich & Basel   Foundations For Learning has a rock solid reputation for offering support to students in a variety of academic subjects, but most particularly for exam preparation, developing writing skills and for  mathematics and the sciences. Founded […]

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What’s On In Zurich Late June Early July 2019

What’s On In Zurich Late June Early July 2019

What’s On In Zurich Late June Early July 2019 FREE OPERA AND BALLET IN ZURICH: On Friday 21st June there is a FREE open air screening of the opera Werther and on Saturday 22nd June there is a FREE open air live screening of Romeo Und Julia. Both take place with pre-programs starting at 6pm. See […]

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Speeding Fines In Switzerland  – Things You Need to Know

Speeding Fines In Switzerland  – Things You Need to Know

  Speeding Fines In Switzerland  – Things You Need to Know There are very few expats I know in Zurich who drive, who haven’t at some stage talked to me about their speeding fines or the amount of speeding cameras there are in the country. Someone once told be that there are more speeding cameras […]

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How One Expat Girl Can Change The World For So Many Others

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How One Expat Girl Can Change The World For So Many Others

How One Expat Girl Can Change The World For So Many Others by Amy Aves Challenger Tsewang in Nepal “I want to empower other girls,” Tsewang said. She was a young teen, a football player, born in a tiny Nepali village with no access to school, electricity, running water, phones, or healthcare. Yet there she […]

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Learning German the Fun Way with The German Language School

Learning German the Fun Way with The German Language School

Learning German the Fun Way with The German Language School     One of the top tips you get when moving to Switzerland is to “learn a little German”. No one can deny that it’s a difficult language, but learning even a little goes a long way and helps you get so much more out […]

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