Posted on August 8th, 2016 by Mark Cintron
Studying at Schiller University new campus in London gives you the opportunity to experience the excitement of British campus university life, and at the same time be part of an exclusive, international network of students, encouraged to develop your full academic and personal potential. Small classes, high levels of personal attention, superb facilities and tailored support throughout your time with us ensures that you can make the most of every moment while you are studying at Schiller University London.
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Posted on June 16th, 2016 by Mark Cintron
Business Spanish Language Courses in Madrid
Schiller International University´s Business Spanish Courses are perfect for those who are looking for a job in Spain (or one of the many Spanish speaking countries in the world), or for those whose company would like to send them to a Spanish speaking country. This course will help you understand Spanish language in a professional setting, enabling you to read, dialogue, and network with Spanish speaking colleagues. A certificate will be awarded at the end of the course to all those who complete the program.
When is it offered?
We have two start dates: July 2016 and September 2016
How many hours a week and for how long?
4 hours a week (flexible class times) during 4 weeks
How much does it cost?
350 EUR per person
Interested in finding out more?
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Posted on May 24th, 2016 by Mark Cintron
How To Design Your Professional Success
You´re close to finishing your exams and start university, or perhaps you have already started university but are not sure what you want to do in your future career…
Entrepreneur, International Business Consultant, and Director of SIU´s MBA Program – Edgar Barroso, will be sharing his experiences in the business world as well as current trends and what it takes to have a meaningful business career:
- Top 10 best paying jobs in business
- What about you? your strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats.
- Your personality and what how it will help you have a meaningful business career
Date: Tuesday, May 31
Time: 1:00 pm
Place: Schiller International University – Madrid Campus
Address: Calle Serrano 156, 28001 Madrid
Please confirm your attendance to: email@example.com
Posted on April 25th, 2016 by Mark Cintron
Study Abroad Spain: Living in Madrid
Here are some great insights from one of our current International Business students:
When living in Madrid it would be a plus if you spend a few weeks with a host family before finding your own place. This will force you to practice your Spanish while you’re at home and have traditional Spanish meals prepared right in your kitchen. It will also give you some time to learn which areas you should be looking into for your apartment instead of going for it blindfold.
Madrid is a big city which has so much to offer that it might seem impossible to do all the must-see sites and some exploring of your own without getting lost. This is where Madrid’s great transportation system comes in. I cannot stress how great the system truly is! It doesn’t even matter where you go, chances are there is a metro, bus, or train headed that way. Buses, trains, and metro cars are clean, safe and punctual. Even if you do not use public transportation back home it will take you very little time to get accustomed to this one. They are so practical, opening from 6am to 1:30am, which is a step up from the Barcelona metro which tends to end at midnight.
Although over 6 million tourists visit Madrid every year, the Madrileños are very keen on their language. This is why you should definitely plan on taking a few Spanish classes or brushing up on the ones you took in high school. Spanish is a fairly easy language to grasp, especially if you are out and about with friends, going to restaurants, the movies, bars and other places. Wherever you might be from, Madrid will be somewhat of a culture shock, but this is part of what makes this city such a great place – its unapologetically Spanish with deep cultural roots.
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