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  • Erasmus+ Traineeships

    Friday, 01 August 2014

    Don't want to study on your year abroad? Interested in gaining first-hand experience of the working world, boosting your CV and improving your language skills in a practical setting? An Erasmus+ Work Placement might be the option for you!

    Published in Erasmus+
  • Judy Verses is the President of Global Enterprise and Education for Rosetta Stone responsible for all institutional business across all geographies. She holds a B.Sc. in Business Administration from the University of Connecticut and was a winner of the Washington Business Journal Award for "Women Who Mean Business" in 2009. She was recently announced as a Finalist in the Women In Technology annual ‘Women in Leadership Awards’. We leapt at the chance to interview her and find out more about her plans for Rosetta Stone and her thoughts on the year abroad, language education and global opportunities for linguists.

    Published in Blog
  • Thanks to Routes into Languages, I was lucky enough to attend a talk about careers for linguists at GCHQ: my secret dream alternate career. (Though now I’ve told you that, there’s no chance whatsoever.) In fact, I’m quite excited by the fact that GCHQ’s Cyber team are obviously going to read this article to check that I’m not causing trouble, so - Hi guys! Keep up the good work :) Here's a roundup of GCHQ: what they do, whether or not they have a license to kill, why languages are important, what GCHQ linguists do, the experience and skills they are looking for, what a graduate role involves, plus top advice and tips for applying for a graduate role.

    Published in Careers
  • Elissa is studying English and French at the University of Leicester and is currently in France on her year abroad working as a Language Assistant just outside Lille. She spent last summer working at an American summer camp, and had such a fun and CV-enhancing experience that she'll be packing up her bags this summer and heading back to Rhode Island! Here is Elissa's advice about why it's 'academically' a good idea to work in a summer camp and develop your leadership skills over the holidays.

    Published in University Holidays
  • You know what it’s like to arrive in a new country and feel lost, or to try and communicate with someone without speaking their language, or to try to use a new product without understanding the instructions, or to misunderstand foreign paperwork – imagine how useful it would be to have a middle man who understands what you’re going through and can make it easier for you. As someone who knows and appreciates two languages and two cultures, you can act as a bridge between them for people. You can help them to buy a house abroad, communicate with foreign tradesmen, visit cultural sites, organise a wedding abroad or negotiate business dealings, and you are in a unique position to do so. Here's an interview with James Martin, Founder of All Abroad.

    Published in Entrepreneurship
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