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FASHION: Is Spain the place to be?

Jobs By 30 November, 2015 No Comments

By Meghan Morris & Stefanie Müller, Madrid

Satin, hairspray and camera flashes of the five-day Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Madrid are a glamorous front for an integral industry in Spain, one that is slowly emerging from the crisis with mixed economic signals. The “show must go on”, despite the crisis. 

GERMANY: HTW as a bridge for Latinos

Study By 29 November, 2015 No Comments

Europe, a source of different cultures and traditions, is attracting more and more young people from all over the world, but especially from Latin America. They come to Spain to be part of the most important European Business Schools (IE, Esade, Iese) or to universities in Germany, Austria and Switzerland to get to know German or the worldwide well known Germanic way of working, inventing, organizing…Sometimes they realize not everything is like it is known in Latin America or like it seems to be… They teach us Spanish, Salsa, realities about their country, their habits and we learn about their worries.

SPAIN: Writing artist – Sonia Bautista

Culture By 22 November, 2015 No Comments

Her aunt was a famous Spanish actress, her partner is an artist, her kid is gifted with music and she is creative in everything she does. “Why not trying to write”, Sonia Bautista thought and that is how “Atardecer Químico” (see the illustration made by herself) was born, a very original short story about friendship. 

SCHOLARSHIPS: Robert-Bosch- Academy

Study By 16 November, 2015 No Comments

de Stefanie Claudia Müller

Germany is reknown for its profund education system The Robert Bosch Academy is a core center for interdisciplinary, multilateral dialog, and solutions-oriented cooperation on the global challenges of the 21st century. It offers a variety of scholarships for international students.

AUSTRIA: For non EU-nationals it is difficuilt to find work

Jobs By 30 October, 2015 No Comments

Austria is different. Austrians speak German, but they are very different from their neighbours. It is a small but very strong country, in sports, economic wise and also in tourism.  EU/EEA/Swiss nationals are entitled to work in Austria without a work permit, but must register with the local authority on their arrival in the country.  All other foreign nationals must obtain a work permit before being allowed to take up employment in Austria.