France: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

An adventure in au pairing leads to a first-hand look at French culture, translation mishaps and… knife fishing?
It’s a cultural stereotype as old as time: French people are cold, rude and snotty.
An international education is fundamental to promoting a world that actually gets along.
For centuries, Laos and its neighbours were swept over by shifting dynasties, from Mon and Khmer Kingdoms to the Angkor and Siamese Empires.
Anyone with a bit of pluck can find temporary work abroad, says Susan Griffith, author of Work Your Way Around the World. It may not be all glamour, but there are loads of opportunities.
A year of travelling with purpose is a great way to get out of a work rut. Expert Susan Griffith offers tips to help you prepare for taking time off from your everyday life.
Have a budget for six months of travel but want to stay a year? Consider picking up a short-term job abroad.
Europe may be the School of Hard Knocks for ESL teachers, but Troy Nahumko has some tricks to ease the trade.
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