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German Language classes on a Budget

Hi all

Can anyone recommend a good German Language class on the cheap in Zurich? I am looking to learn but am currently between employment so I don't have 300 fr to spare a month.

Any tips?

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Old 28.04.2012, 19:04
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Re: German Language classes on a Budget

What is your budget for classes? You said you don't have 300CHF a month to spare does that mean a class costing 600CHF and lasting 6 months would be ok?

If so then look at Klubschule Migros
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Re: German Language classes on a Budget

https://www.stadt-zuerich.ch/aoz/de/...se.secure.html

I have been in these classes for a while now they are extremely cheap and I think the teaching is quite good. I go 2 times a week which makes progress quite slow but according to the site they do intensive classes too.
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Wallabies yes, that would suit me, I have a certain amount of savings that I am keeping specifically for learning the language. Do you know something for that price?

Thanks MKKara

I will check this out

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Re: German Language classes on a Budget

Brian, Without knowing your german level hard to say but take a look at their website there is a school in Zurich Oerlikon

Here is a link to A2 level courses

http://www.klubschule.ch/de/sparten/...1&locksparte=1
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