EUROPE IN LOVE: Marriage

Culture, Europe bad and good By 21 diciembre, 2016 No Comments

by Kevin Schmidt

Your own wedding is one of the most important days in a person’s life. For two people to proclaim their love for each other ceremoniously in front of family and friends involves much more than tradition in today’s globalised world. Furthermore, a wedding is a complex thing to organise, and the special day usually isn’t a success without the help – and presence – of family and friends.

France: How french girls stay young

Culture, Living By 6 diciembre, 2016 No Comments

By Jaime Cat Callan

You see them all over Paris—the elegant femmes d’un certain age (women of a certain age.)  They may not look exactlyyoung per se, but they definitely look beautiful, stylish, intriguing, and sexy.  That’s the trick, really.  These gorgeous women don’t care so much about lookingyoung. They are much more interested in looking alluring, but in a very subtle, grown-up way.

PARIS: the best universities

Living By 20 noviembre, 2016 No Comments

Unlike London and Boston, Paris does not have a global top-30 university, so it may come as a surprise that it ranks as the world’s top city for international students. But consider this: Paris has 16 institutions in the QS World University Rankings, comfortably more than any other city on the planet.

UK: Students have no Business skills

Jobs By 9 noviembre, 2016 No Comments

by Tom Cridland

A survey by the business group has found eight out of 10 British school-leaverslack essential business skills” such as numeracy. More than 80% of young people require “significant training” before being put to work, according to the 4,000 finance professionals questioned. The figure is worse than last year, when 75% of school-leavers were said to need this level of help after being hired.