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Bilingual in Gymnasium

All - Heard about Bilingual option in Gymnasium at Oerlikon and RMB. Looks like jods will get to study in UK partly and rest here in SWISS...

Could be good option for international students who have passed Gymi exam in Swiss?

Does anyone know more about this, like why to opt or why not to opt for these?
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Re: Bilingual in Gymnasium

Since Swiss doesn't exist anyway, it is maybe just a fairy tale.

If you are looking for Gymnasium Nord in Zurich Switzerland: http://www.kzn.ch/cms/

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Re: Bilingual in Gymnasium

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If you are looking for Gymnasium Nord in Zurich Switzerland: http://www.kzn.ch/cms/
Swiss doesn't exist anyway,-??? What does this mean?
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Really?

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Re: Bilingual in Gymnasium

There is no country called "Swiss", the term "swiss" is a noun. I also don't know about a country called "Indian", the term "indian" is also a noun.

I is Switzerland.

And it is a good thing to get out of the Huawei -Campus once in a while and learn something about the country you live in :-)

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Re: Bilingual in Gymnasium

Entry into the bilingual stream is not based on the level of English but on overall grades (especially in German and Maths!). There are only limited places and entry into that class is very sought after, so only very strong students (regardless of their level of English) can join the bilingual option. So, if you have an international student with very good German and English (or French for the French bilingual stream) who is also very strong academically, yes, this is a great option.
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