At the beginning of last month, at the Liverpool Business Forum event called Bringing Hollywood to Littlewoods, we at Hola People, had the opportunity to witness the future of Littlewoods in Liverpool. The famous Littlewoods Pools building is being redesigned to welcome a whole industry, something that might benefit the economy of the entire city of Liverpool.
Are you interested in living overseas and enhancing your international experience? Why not study abroad at a partner university or gain some international experience as an intern at an overseas company? or maybe follow a language course or volunteer?
There are many things you can learn from living abroad.
Grow as a person!
Have you ever considered studying the German language? Here are some reasons why studying German is a good idea!
1- German and English have many things in common.
The West-Germanic language is the mother language of many modern and widely spoken languages, such as English and Dutch. If you are a native English speaker, German will be easy to learn as both languages have a lot of vocabulary in common. Some examples are ‘Good morning’ and ‘Guten Morgen’, ‘football’ and ‘Fussball’ or ‘book’ and ‘Buch’.
If your native language does not have West-Germanic roots, do not worry! There are more reasons why German is one of the most important languages to study.
2- German is very useful if you are traveling in Europe.
As mentioned earlier, many West-European languages have German roots, which means that the German language is very popular in Europe.
Are you tired of seeing how everyone in your group of friends or in your family carries a debt of at least £30,000? University fees in the United Kingdom start at over £9000 a year, no matter what degree you are studying.
Students in the United Kingdom usually study undergraduate degrees which are 3 years long and usually take a year out before starting a Master’s degree. However helpful, the year out is not compulsory for every type of degree.
Say you want to study a 3-year-long undergraduate degree plus a 2-year-long Master’s degree. It’s a simple sum, you will end up with £45,000 to pay your student finance provider throughout your life.
Here’s our proposal:
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- 13 Nov 2018
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Have you ever thought of taking a job abroad?
Do you like the idea of getting to know another culture while at the same time you are going to ignite your professional potential?
If you are still having doubts, there is only one thing that we can say to you!
Stop thinking about it and DO IT!
Are you a patient and empathetic person, pursuing a career as a registered nurse in the UK?
If the answer is YES we have good news for you!
National Health Service (NHS) is recruiting and is looking for people just like you!
Whether you would like to have a new beginning in a big city like London or in a more cosy environment like traditional Chester or North Wales, this opportunity is for you!
Some options for your destination:
Studying across Europe with help from Erasmus+
In the working society we live in it is expected to have experience and where can you get this better then abroad? It does not matter where you study nowadays, doing an internship abroad, at the other side of Europe for example, will be expensive. Think about accommodation, plane tickets, insurance and funding. For young adults it can be difficult and perhaps chaotic to think about all these different things beside their own studies.