Tag: Travel

Europe to the Max

Planning to study in Europe? Be sure to check out our collection of tips so that you can experience more of the continent Paperwork Review all of your paperwork with a critical eye, and then go over it again. Bureaucracy is a worldwide phenomenon, but in some countries it is almost an art. When I was studying at the University of...

Translating to Work in the USA

Elizabeth Ricci and Michael Launer provide an update on U.S. Immigration Options for Translators and Interpreters under the Trump Administration Foreign language experts are a valuable asset to both industry and government – a fact that has been recognized by the U.S. government, which can grant special treatment to linguists in limited circumstances. A variety of programs administered by the...

Making the Most of Europe

Students (and teachers) should take advantage of the many travel deals on offer to see as much as they can of this diverse continentPeople planning to study in Europe should be sure to add some extra time to the trip so that they can experience more of the continent. Here are some tips:Transatlantic TravelFlying across the Atlantic is currently...

Become a Spanish Student Ambassador

Students can now apply to be the representative of Spain and the campaign Study in Spain (SiS) in their university for the next round of the Student Ambassador Program.The program aims to strengthen relations and the image of Spain in higher learning institutions across the U.S. through various promotional activities conducted by the SiS Student Ambassadors in their universities,...

EF ‘s EPI Reveals Worldwide English Skills

Education First For the seventh year in a row, Education First (EF), has released their annual report on English proficiency. EF, an international education company that specializes in language training, educational travel, academic degree programs, and cultural exchange, states in their introduction to the rankings, “In 2017, English is as essential to international communication as it has ever been.It is...

The Semantic Slant: Cuban Flag Flies in Washington

Today in Washington, Cuba's foreign minister, Bruno Rodríguez, raised the Cuban flag in front of the country's newly reopened embassy. However, U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, won't make his trip to officially celebrate the inauguration of the American Embassy in Cuba until August 14th. Still, as a historic symbol of full diplomatic restoration between countries, the Cuban flag...

Travel Wise

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Why should kids have all the fun?There is a wide range of professional development programs for teachers that also just happen to have an international element Studying abroad is not just for undergraduates. In fact, according to study abroad program coordinators, many graduate students improve their GPA while participating in foreign programs, and gaining international relations experience is invaluable in...