Study in Europe
Cleaner power from coalAn EU-funded consortium is working on increasing the efficiency and reliability of coal-fired power plants in India and Turkey. 5. Investing in languageSome individuals learn a language for purely practical purposes. 'I learnt French for strictly professional reason sand as a means of communication with the inhabitants of the country I live in,' explains Angel, a Bulgarian IT specialist who lives in Belgium. 4. Youth mobilityYouth Exchanges help young people acquire important skills such as project management and teamwork. Such opportunities outside the school environment enable groups of young people to undertake a structured programme of activities (e.g. a mix of workshops, exercises, debates and role plays) in another country within or outside the EU for up to 21 days. Where to look for a job?Look for job adverts published on the Internet, in newspapers, at employment offices and with private recruitment companies. Don’t forget to check the EURES job mobility portal too. A company’s own website may contain details of vacancies, or they may use an external recruitment agent to conduct an initial screening of candidates. Effectively monitoring the state of Europe’s marine environmentAn EU-funded project has recently been launched that will help Member States to effectively and efficiently monitor the environmental status of oceans and seas. This will enable them to meet their obligations under the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD).
I'm a native English teacher and I can help YouI have over 10 years of teaching experience. I have taught at colleges in England and also until very recently at the British Council in Kyiv. I am a certified TYLEC and CELTA teacher and also have a university diploma in education.