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Pictures from Biarritz

Sunday, August 26th, 2012


Impressions from Biarritz

Saturday, July 7th, 2012

Just arrived – the first pictures from Biarritz/France.


Olympic Games in Petershagen

Friday, May 25th, 2012

What happens when a bunch of Germans, Brits, Spaniards, French, a Ukrainian, a Bulgarian, a Turk, an American and a Colombian come together?

An incredibly competitive event!

The Olympics evening programme presented the first opportunity this season for IP´s multinational crew to prove their many sporting talents.

Our athletes gathered for the opening ceremony and photo shoot, dressed in their most outrageous sporting outfits. The excitement was palpable.

For health and safety reasons, the patriotic Spaniards had to be separated before the games began.

Summer Abroad 2012

Friday, January 20th, 2012

One of the best things about signing up for a summer abroad is the “unkown” factor. What will the course be like? Will you make friends? Will there be some awesome parties, or will you just be working on homework the whole time? Well my friend, having spent a few summers abroad myself, I can tell you that the unkown is one of the best things about the program.  Don’t worry there’s a whole lot more than just homework! (more…)

Happy New Year!

Monday, January 9th, 2012

What’s your New Year’s tradition? Do you write out resolutions, go out with friends, or celebrate at a famous place like Times Square or the Brandenburger Gate? For most people celebrating the New Year is the one final holiday to eat what you want, relax, and have fun before the stress of a whole new year sets in. So what does New Year’s in the U.S. and a New Year’s resolution look like? (more…)

Christmas in the USA

Saturday, December 17th, 2011

Ever wonder what an American Christmas is like? When do Americans open gifts and is their Santa Claus any different than the European Santa Claus? Christmas is a wonderful time of year all over the world, and as you may have already guessed it’s a little different for everyone in just about every country. So really , what does Christmas in the USA look like? (more…)

25 Years of IP

Friday, November 11th, 2011

What did you do by the time you were 25? Or what do you hope to accomplish before your 25th birthday? Find a job, finish school, or travel around? Well, in 25 short years International Projects (IP) has already accomplished quite a bit. From a start- up company in 1987 to a leading specialist in language travel, IP has tons of exciting programs for kids, teens, adults, and families. What kinds of programs you ask? (more…)

Happy Birthday to Us!

Friday, October 14th, 2011

As you might know International Projects is about to enter its mid-twenties and turn a quarter of a century old. That’s right next year is IP’s 25th birthday! How exciting! In honor of their birthday and (finally being able to rent a car without an extra fee) they’ve decided to give away a bunch of free travel to their 2012 IP reporter and discounts for everyone else.  What do you have to do to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the fun?  (more…)