5 things we love about flying

Travel tips

5 things we love about flying

By on 06/27/2014

Some people dread flights, others love them. Some people sleep through a 12-hour flight with no problem while others watch four movies back-to-back [...]

How mobile has changed our communication at work

communication

How mobile has changed our communication at work

By on 06/27/2014

For most of us, mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets have changed the way we work. What about the way we communicate, though? After all, [...]

Student stories

MOA

MOA - So many new smells, sights, feelings; it’s dizzying

MOA
“I have experienced so much, more than I ever thought I would experience.”

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Student stories

Nadja

Nadja - Life is magical

Nadja
“Life is magical. I don’t think I have ever appreciated every day in my life as much as I do now. And I guess it’s something I have learned by being here, and hopefully something I will bring home with me.”

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Student stories

Sandra

Sandra - Many experiences richer

Sandra
“I knew before traveling that I would probably be a little bit homesick. I also knew that I would regret it my entire life if I didn’t go...”

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Student stories

Denise

Denise - Life in paradise

Denise
“Guys, I live in paradise! Even the way to school is one of the highlights of my day...”

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Student stories

Begonia

Begonia - Oxford love

Begonia
“You know how it is in Oxford. Everything is always so wonderful, even when it rains! I believe that this city is comparable to love…”

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10 tracks to feel those South African vibes

By on 06/25/2014

South Africa’s social mindset is heavily shaped by race, so it comes as no surprise that this also spills over into their music scene. European settlement in Africa has left a deep imprint on several [...]

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Gamify your corporate language learning program

Language learning   |   Learning and development

Gamify your corporate language learning program

By on 06/24/2014

How adding gamification to your language learning program can have amazing results Corporate language learning is serious business. The potential [...]

E-learning

eLearning: Caveat emptor!

By on 06/18/2014

Buying eLearning for your organisation is not a straightforward task. Of course you want to ensure that what you buy is value for money but how do you [...]

Language learning

5 productivity techniques for learning English

By on 06/13/2014

One of the most common complaints of adult learners, especially those with hectic daily schedules, is that they can't fit language-learning in with [...]

Language learning

Social media and language learning

By on 06/11/2014

How social media can help boost engagement in language learning When communicating in a digital age, the choice of delivery channel can be every bit [...]

E-learning   |   Learning and development

Is Mobile Learning a Flash in the Pan?

By on 06/06/2014

If 2013 was the year when mobile learning appeared to be one of the next best things in L&D, will 2014 be the year when mobile learning truly [...]

Travel tips

24 hours in (surprising) Toronto

By on 06/05/2014

Toronto is one of North America’s coolest cities – but too many travelers skip the Canadian metropolis for stops in New York, Chicago and West Coast [...]

A slip of the tongue- ensuring fail-safe communication

By on 06/03/2014

Communication across borders is fact of life in most modern offices. But when communicating in a digital age, with clients or suppliers spread across the globe, how do you ensure that your message is [...]

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24 hours in (crazy cool) Brighton

Travel tips

24 hours in (crazy cool) Brighton

By on 06/03/2014

I'm in love with Brighton and thank my lucky stars that I get to live and work here. When I got the chance to share my favorite tips for this seaside [...]