Study in Europe

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miniatura Vue de l'université catholique de Lille côté cour, dans le quartier Vauban
miniatura Anglia Ruskin Unviveristy Chelmsford
miniatura Mathematisches Institut in der Bunsenstraße
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5. Investing in language
Some 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.
2. Focus on the reader
Be direct and interesting. Always consider the peopleyou’re really writing for: not just your boss, or the reviser of your transla­tions, but the end users. Like you, they’re in a hurry. Who are they, what do they already know, and what might you need to explain?
5. Staff and youth worker mobility
If you are a teacher or you work in an enterprise, you can teach at an institution abroad, gaining new professional perspectives, widening your networks and helping to modernise and internationalise Europe's education and training systems.
Working in another EU country
Labour mobility is important as it helps to balance the job market. For example, areas of high growth may struggle with unfilled vacancies, while in other regions there may be persistently high unemployment Europeans keen and willing to move abroad to live and work - or even to commute across borders for their job - can help to redress this imbalance, while reaping all the benefits that being part of another culture can bring.
Sweden - Yellow pea soup
Ärtsoppe INGREDIENTS (serves 4) • 200 g of yellow dried peas • 4 slices of bacon • ½ a diced onion • 30 g of diced celery • 30 g of sliced leeks • 15 cl of clear beef stock • ½ teaspoon of thyme • Salt and pepper
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