Thread: Ifage vs Migros
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Old 13.01.2017, 21:38
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Re: Ifage vs Migros

I'm in Geneva and took a French course at both places. I enjoyed them both, but I would say that iFage is better overall. It's more expensive than Migros, but the dedication of the teachers is really evident. Our names were memorized on the second day of class and the students were more motivated (maybe because of the price?).
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