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February 23, 2013

Learn German in Oberwesel in Germany

Oberwesel with view from aboveLooking for a great way to improve your German this summer? Maybe finally find a way to get all those adjective endings and “der, die, das” in all the right places?

Then check out International Projects’ junior summer camp and learn German in Oberwesel, Germany this summer.

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July 2, 2012

What to pack on your holiday

 

Feel like you’re forgetting something? Maybe your toothbrush or socks? Packing for a holiday can be an irritating and tedious activitiy. What is too much or too little?

Well in this blog entry you’ll get to read about some non-convential items you should be sure not to forget, to take some stress out of your preparations for your upcoming trip.

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May 4, 2012

Learning German in Germany, Medieval Style

Looking for the best possible way to tackle the German language this summer? Tired down by all those articles and adjective endings and in need of a motivation boost? Then International Projects’ summer German course in Oberwesel, Germany might be exactly what you need. Continue reading

April 20, 2012

Summer Jobs in Europe

Looking for a great summer job? Something that goes beyond waiting tables or sitting in an office all day? Finding the right summer job can be the difference between an “ok” summer and an amazing summer. If you’re looking to have an amazing summer and earn some extra money, then take a moment to check out some of International Projects’ summer jobs in Europe. Continue reading

November 27, 2011

Summer Courses Abroad 2012

Traveling is one activity that never gets old. Whether you’re embarking on your 100th trip or your 1st trip there is always something new and exciting in store. But what if you’re at the age where mom and dad don’t really feel comfortable with you traveling alone? Or you’re just about 18, but not quite,  and would still really love to go on vacation without mom and dad? Continue reading

August 29, 2011

Lucie from Switzerland reports about her leisure program in Oberwesel, Germany

Ich bin mit dem Flugzeug nach Frankfurt geflogen. Ich habe in Oberwesel ein schönes Zimmer bekommen und meine Zimmernachbarinnen waren sehr nett.

Am Montag sind wir nach Oberwesel gegangen und haben viele Bonbons gekauft. Wir haben auch ein Eis gegessen (Mango und Schlumpf – Schlumpf ist sehr spezial).

Am Abend haben wir eine Fotoschnitzeljagd gemacht. Das war sehr lustig wir haben auch ein Foto in der Dusche gemacht.

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May 27, 2011

German Language Courses

What’s your favorite tongue twister? Every language has a variety of short little poems or phrases that challenge even native speakers on their pronunciation, speed, and ability to keep up a rhyme. My personal German favorite is, “Fischers Fritze fischte frische Fische“, which is equally as challenging to say in English, Fisherman Fritz fished fresh fish. Try that one ten times fast! So what are some ways besides tongue twisters to improve your German? German language courses are a great excuse to take a holiday, see some amazing sights and “brush –up” your German as well. Continue reading

September 24, 2010

Send Your Kids on Vacation

When the topic of summer comes around parents and kids usually have two very different agendas. Kids look for every opportunity to be “out”, do something fun, and more importantly be on their own. While a parent’s main concern is, how do I keep my kids busy and safe? Fortunately, we live in an age where being, safe, busy, and away on vacation are actually possible through opportunities like summer language programs.  So keep reading and maybe send your kids a facebook message so that going on a language holiday was their idea.

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July 8, 2010

German Language Lessons

I started learning German about 3 ½ years ago. Why? Like most Americans my ancestry traces back to Europe, and I grew up hearing countless stories about all those hard-working Germans I was somehow related to. My dad would say, “Great- Great-Great Uncle Frank came to America with a team of horses, a wagon, and his wife” (in that order too). So in college I decided to fulfill one of my degree requirements by learning German. Taking German was one of the best things I have done and after completing roughly a thousand hours of German language lessons, I definitely have a few opinions on the matter.

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May 21, 2010

Study Abroad Programs

Signing-up for study abroad programs can be very frustrating. Having completed a study abroad program during my undergraduate, and about to embark on another for my Masters program in the fall, let me take a moment to shed some light on these often intimidating programs.

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