RimEnglish tutoring with bilingual student
I offer English classes. Being at the University, I have a lot of time depending on your availability.
(I am bilingual in English)
For students in primary school, cycle, college or for people who simply want to improve their English.
PatriciaHomework help and tutoring (primary, cycle)
Being a mature student specialized in ECG in communication option, I propose to help PRIMARY and CYCLE students who need help to do their homework throughout this school year.
Schedules are to be agreed with the students but I am available on weekends and week in the evening.
I go to the student's home only in Geneva.
MargotLanguage Coach offers English courses to professionals and individuals all levels all ages
Perfectly bilingual in French-English, having lived in six countries, I offer English courses to adults, children and professionals to develop:
. the pronunciation
. the grammar
. the scenarios
. the preparation of interviews / CV
. school homework
. accent enhancement
. preparation for various exams (first, toefl etc.)
Graduated from a Bachelor's degree at the American University of Webster in Geneva, having grown up in English-speaking countries and having evolved in a cosmopolitan environment, my courses are aimed at all those who wish to learn / improve their English.
My learning method is fun and adapted to the level and goal of each. My goal is for my clients to have a good time while learning the language.
I am a patient coach, attentive and motivating. My classes are dynamic, varied and creative. I love teaching by valuing and encouraging my clients regularly so that they can progress.
See you soon!
Frédéricanatomy, french, history,
I offer support classes for students in difficulty and students who want to improve their knowledge and writing skills.
I also offer anatomy and fitness classes.
Graduate in anatomy and certified masseur, I want to bring my experience.
AnoucheSwiss Citizenship Exam Preparation where and when you want
Swiss citizenship laws have undergone dramatic changes in the past 20 years. For one, a Swiss woman no longer loses her citizenship for marrying a foreigner.
To become Swiss, there are basically three paths: through birth, marriage (not automatic) or naturalisation. This section concerns those who would like to become Swiss or to reclaim their Swiss citizenship, both of which can require a lengthy process.
Unlike in the United States, Switzerland does not grant a child citizenship for being born on Swiss soil. A person is automatically Swiss if he or she is the child of married parents, at least one of whom is Swiss. The child of an unmarried Swiss woman is also automatically Swiss. Should an unmarried father be Swiss (and the mother a foreigner), the child can have Swiss citizenship as long as the father acknowledges paternity before the child turns legal age.
Switzerland allows citizens to hold multiple nationalities, so whether a naturalised person loses previous citizenship depends upon the other country in question.
Foreigners with no direct blood ties to Switzerland through either birth or marriage must live in the country for at least ten years before they can apply for citizenship. Years spent in the country between ages ten and 20 count double.
Knowledge of a national language to a minimum spoken level of B1 and written level of A2 will be required. Applicants for naturalisation need a “C” residence permit to apply for a Swiss passport. People on welfare and anyone with a criminal offence are in theory excluded.
The State Secretariat for Migration examines whether applicants are integrated in the Swiss way of life, are familiar with Swiss customs and traditions, comply with the Swiss rule of law, and do not endanger Switzerland's internal or external security.
The State Secretariat for Migration will then “green light” an applicant’s request to begin the naturalisation process but that does not mean citizenship is certain. Rather, cantons and municipalities have their own requirements that must be met.
After submitting your naturalisation application, you will be invited to a personal interview where you will be informed of the subsequent steps to be taken.
Naturalisation procedures vary considerably from one commune or canton to another: some communes, for instance, require applicants to take a verbal or written naturalisation test while others leave the naturalisation decision up to the communal assembly. The duration of the procedure also varies considerably from one canton to another.
Swiss citizenship is highly sought after – and correspondingly hard to get.
For more on the process, visit the State Secretariat for Migrationexternal link or ch.ch, a service of the Confederation, cantons and communes.external link.
Foreigners married to a Swiss citizen or children of one Swiss parent (who do not yet have Swiss citizenship) are eligible to apply for fast-track citizenship. The person must be well integrated, law abiding and not endanger Switzerland’s external or internal security. Cantons and municipalities have no additional requirements that must be met but do reserve the right of appeal.
This rule generally applies to foreign spouses married to a Swiss for at least three years and who have lived in Switzerland for a total of five years, including the year immediately prior to application. People “with close ties” to Switzerland may also apply for the fast-track procedure even if they live abroad. In that case, the couple must have been married for at least six years. The spouse must have had Swiss citizenship before getting married.
Children who are not yet 22 years old and who did not get citizenship when their parents did may also apply, provided they have lived in the country for at least five years – including for one year prior to making the application. “Close ties to Switzerland” also applies (owning real estate in the country is not enough). For children born out of wedlock to Swiss fathers, an application for citizenship must be filed before the child turns 22 and the father must recognise the child as his. The child must have close links to the country.
In February 2017, the Swiss people voted to extend facilitated naturalisation to third-generation immigrants. To be eligible, they must be born in Switzerland, between nine and 25 years of age, hold a “C” residence permit and have attended at least five years of regular schooling in Switzerland. Their parents also must have lived in Switzerland for at least ten years, including five years of Swiss schooling, and hold a valid residence permit. At least one grandparent has to be Swiss or have a residence card.
NoémiePrivate lessons in English, French and math
I offer tutoring classes in English, French and math.
Having a very high level of English, I can help the student for his vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation.
Since French is my mother tongue and has read a lot in my youth, it is easy for me to help the student understand the grammar and conjugation of French.
I can also give math lessons up to the level of the orientation cycle.
I have already given French and math lessons to young children who just needed to be told quietly their course by giving them concrete examples. I know how to be patient and make the exercises like games so that learning is enjoyable and easier.
RobertoCollege or ECG students
These courses are intended for ECG or College students, but may also be given to students at the business school.
I can provide support in other branches, not listed in categories, such as chemistry, accounting or even economics.
I studied for two years in Business School and one year at EPFL; my mathematical knowledge is thus advanced but also diverse.
OliverAll branches of compulsory education (Primary, Orientation Cycle)
I am an 18 year old college student able to give courses in any discipline (French, English, German, Geo, Maths, etc ...), for students of primary school or cycle orientation. I can move to your home or give the course by WebCam, to choice. I will be happy to help you or your child.
College student offers private lessons in French: essays, compositions, essays, dictations ... everything can be approached according to the deficiencies of the student.
The purpose of this course is to enable the student to speak well, write and know French in a general way.
Light duties, foresee a possible budget for the books.
Courses to learn as quickly as possible, help with school work.
French courses (FLE) all levels:
the courses are personalized according to the objectives to be reached (exams, professionals, integration, professional ...).
Trainer (FLE) qualified and with experience.
DorinaFrench and English
As a 3rd year high school student, I can help your child reduce their French, math or English shortcomings, and I can help them prepare their exams.
AngelicaEnglish tutoring and help in your homework at home
Present all around you, ranging from your favorite songs to the greatest classics of literature, English is one of the most important languages today. Not easy to master and difficult to work, I offer my help to small as to large.
Moving from literary analysis to grammar, from listening comprehension to reading comprehension as well as the acquisition of a more varied vocabulary, you acquire new tools that will be very useful for you!