Monthly Archives: May 2011

Poles Living Abroad Want to Study in Cracow

Cracow University of Economics is looking for future students abroad. Young Poles living in America are interested in studying in Cracow – says a daily newspaper “Dziennik Polski”. The University promoted itself at the first fair of Polish educational institutions, … Continue reading

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Studying abroad

You may want the opportunity to experience a completely different culture and way of life or are simply getting bored of good old Blighty, but studying abroad is a big commitment. Lydia Fallon, Cambridge News looks at the pros and … Continue reading

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There’s nothing like European hospitality

Want to join the booming hotel industry? Then get some international experience, says Russ Thorne, the Independente Hospitality will be the world’s largest industry by 2020, according to the World Travel Organisation – already some schools (such as the Swiss … Continue reading

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Studying abroad: the foreign offers

With two-thirds of English universities planning to charge the full £9,000-a-year tuition fee from 2012, it might be years before the undergraduates of tomorrow can afford to leave home — should they secure a place at all. In 2010 more … Continue reading

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Gain or drain? How study abroad affects our economy

Far from depriving the UK of valuable talent, ‘graduate migration’ can offer many benefits, says Jessica Moore, Independent Co uk The number of British students enrolling at international universities is rising, but at what cost? Building broader networks and a … Continue reading

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Three Year Syndrome: when expats get bored

I have been introducing myself as an expat for nearly 10 years now and while I am not surprised to find myself an expat, I would never have predicted I would end up in Spain. Ever since I first lived … Continue reading

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UK Travellers Hit by Dengue Fever

Reports of dengue fever, a mosquito-borne infection, have more than doubled in UK travellers from 166 reported cases in 2009 to 406 in 2010, according to new figures from the Health Protection Agency (HPA). Dengue fever does not occur in … Continue reading

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