Tag Archives: spanish

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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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

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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May 14, 2010

Foreign Language Classes

Foreign language classes are either very exciting or leave little to be desired. Most people would say this “fun factor” depends on the mixture of students in the classroom and the teacher’s personality. While these things may or may not be true, one thing experts agree on is that the target language should be learned in its native setting. The most profitable tool to a language learner is the opportunity to be surrounded by native speakers and essentially be forced (in a positive way) to use the target language. So how does one achieve this without signing up for university or work exchange programs? Good guess, it is time for a vacation!

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