Do you ever sit there and wonder how it can be that some people are just good at everything whilst you could immediately think of a dozen things you are pretty bad at? THIS is the good thing about being bad at something…
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Getting an internship in a Michelin star restaurant, as a foreign student may sound a bit like a far fetched dream. For Matilda however, a Swedish student who took part in the ADC College Internship programme, the dream came true.
The differences between American and British spelling can be as confusing as they are subtle. Yet using the proper spelling for each country helps avoid confusion, and also lends that touch of professionalism that marks a true global citizen.
Jan Vaníček interned at the travel agency Wexas Travel a few weeks back, where he greatly impressed his supervisor and colleagues. In this letter to us, he talks about his experience and the thrill of enjoying the Lunar New Year in China Town.
Do you find it difficult to keep track of European updates, news and announcements? Don't worry! Here are three articles of interest to teachers and students taking part in European mobility programmes - or to people interested in the ideas and frameworks governing European educational policies.