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Around 800 000 adults struggle to read and write correctly in Switzerland. The Swiss government wants to tackle the problem of adult illiteracy and lack of basic knowledge in spoken and written language as well as in mathematics and computer skills. When the new Continuing Education Act (WeBiG) came into force in 2017, the federal government and cantons were given the mandate to fill the gaps in these skills. They have come up with an ambitious national plan to financially support people wishing to improve their skills. The Allocation of education vouchers worth CHF 500.- should provide financial incentives for people wishing to improve their skills. For foreigners this mainly means in a first stage being able to attend

Around 800 000 adults struggle to read and write correctly in Switzerland. The Swiss

English language learning for native English speaking children Is your child's first language English? Then our

Alemania Language school www.alemania.ch Angie Gisler English Language Centre www.angiegisler.com Berlitz Language School www.berlitz.ch Migros Klubschule www.klubschule.ch

We hope that you enjoyed the summer weather and whether you went abroad or had

Despite the centre being closed we continue to offer many of our regular programmes as

These are stressful times, but even though we are put under pressure to self isolate

Here is a scoop, the month of March will be the only month until this

On Thursday February 20, Lucerne will enter its fifth season: Fasnacht. Here we share where

On January 26th we held our annual general and want to share what was said

We say over and over again that the centre can only be run with the

Back in June we celebrated three years of the LiLi Centre being open and serving

Whether you are new to Luzern or just looking for new opportunities to meet like-minded

Lil Partner | Luzern World Theatre Company Founded in September 2011, The Lucerne World Theatre Company (LWTC)

With salaries higher than in most countries, Switzerland seems like the dream destination where it

The goverment has once again decided to lower the interest reference rate to a record

We know that one of the first cultural shock when moving to Switzerland is working

Moving to a new country requires more than just bringing and unpacking your

Armin Gilg, Attorney at Law at Studhalter & Pfister Rechtsanwälte AG, writes on the topic. What

Back in June we celebrated three years of the LiLi Centre being open and serving

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