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Studying Fine Art and Fashion Design in Paris

Paris is known to be one of Europe’s great cultural centres. Time spent studying at its historic design colleges and picking up French language skills will look fantastic on your CV. If you want to work in fashion, a strong working knowledge of French is very important

WETM-IAC, New Horizons III Report & Au Pair of the Year

Work Experience Travel Market & IAPA Annual Conference 2013 Recap The Work Experience Travel Market & IAPA Annual Conference bring together the world’s top work & volunteer abroad, au pair and gap-year industry professionals to meet, share and collaborate. This industry conference hosted by WYSE Travel Confederation (The

How to Write a Resume

If you are thinking about taking an internship in Canada, you will need to prepare a resume. Not just any resume, but a GOOD resume! What is the difference between a resume and a CV, you ask? What makes a good resume? The presentation below will teach

Internships in Toronto : Sample Host Companies

Professional Internships in Toronto are gaining popularity with international students! Because of this, we want to share with you today some of the host company descriptions, to give you an idea of the high quality internships we place our clients in. We have excellent feedback from our

How Living with a Host Family Can Help Your Language Skills

When you move abroad to study or to work it is a great idea to stay with a host family while you are there. There are a number of benefits to doing this and the chance to hone your language skills is definitely one of the main

All About Languages (Idiomas Fuera)

All About Languages has launched two new webpages in English and Spanish for Boarding Schools, High Schools, Universities/ Colleges & Trade Schools.  The authorized English UK Partner Agency All About Languages has embarked on a new venture. The agency that was recently awarded the Star Award as the “Star New

30 Ways to Say “Turtle” & Other Things You Might Learn While Studying in Bologna

The city of Bologna has taught me many things. Perhaps the most unexpected of these is the ability to say ‘turtle’ in over 30 languages! For each variation of ‘turtle’ I can remember who taught me, where I was, and what I was doing. I fondly recall

A Word from a Canadian Au Pair in Paris

Recently, we received a lovely message from a Canadian au pair in France, Desiree!  Desiree is a French immersion graduate from Burnaby, British Columbia who recently joined a family in Paris as au pair for 1 year. She started her year off in July with a family

NOW OPEN – Working Holiday in Canada (PVT – Permis de Travail) for French Nationals

Great news from the Canadian Embassy in Paris today! The Working Holiday category of the International Experience Canada program is now open for applications for 2013! The other categories, Young Professionals (Jeune Professionnels), Internship (Stage) and Summer Jobs (Job d’Été), will open on November 19th, 2012! For

People Pics Competition

A fun photo competition hosted by Holiday Extras and judged by Melvin at Traveldudes may just help me win that iPad 2 I’ve been after! Or a wallet full of travel vouchers from Thomas Cook! Here’s hoping! Two of my favourite Harajuku shots taken on a Sunday afternoon,

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