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  • Michael Yeates is doing Hispanic Studies at the University of Liverpool and spent 6 months of his year abroad teaching English in Argentina with a company called Colonias de Inmersión al Idioma and a further 6 months studying at PUC Rio in Brazil, where he blogged about his adventures. Travel opportunities, host families, cost of living... here's why you should choose South America over Spain for your year abroad.

    Published in Latin America
  • Felix Rees is studying German and Spanish at Exeter College, Oxford. He spent six months in Hamburg as a British Council Language Assistant at a primary school, followed by four months as a visiting student at the Universidad Chileno-Británica de Cultura (UCBC) in Santiago. Here is Felix's guide to Chilean cuisine: wine, baked goods, and the top dishes to try while you're there.

    Published in Spanish-speaking
  • Lucy studied Law at Heidelberg University, Germany, for a year, and is now a Peer Adviser in the Study Abroad Office at King's College London. As a German-speaker, here she describes the 7 stages of your love affair with your new language...

    Published in Language Skills
  • De la A a la Z en Londres

    Tuesday, 01 December 2015

    Gustavo Jaramillo graduated from university in Bogotá, the capital city of Colombia, 9 years ago, having studied Licenciatura en Lenguas Modernas Inglés-Español and now works as an English teacher in a public school there. He says, "Unlike most countries which take university students as Language Assistants abroad, in Colombia one of the requirements to apply to be a Language Assistant is to be working already as an English teacher in a public school or university, so all of the Assistants coming from Colombia (6 people as far as I know) are teachers who have already graduated." Gustavo is working in London as a Language Assistant at JFS School, and here is an A-Z of his time here so far, written in Spanish...

    Published in UK
  • Jennifer Leong is a Linguistics student at the University of British Columbia in Canada. She took a gap year to teach English in Spain only one year ago with experience of only one Spanish class, and now she can have complete conversations in Spanish. Here's how teaching one language helped her learn another.

    Published in Language Skills
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