Advertisement
Advertisement
6 reasons you should study a foreign language abroad

6 reasons you should study a foreign language abroad

If you’ve ever thought about learning a foreign language or exploring a new country, you should probably read this.

 
SPONSORED

More news

Ten things that only happen in Spain when summer arrives

Ten things that only happen in Spain when summer arrives

Are you ready to order some cold tomato soup?

Advertisement
Advertisement
'I didn't consider anywhere else': studying at top culinary school Ferrandi Paris

'I didn't consider anywhere else': studying at top culinary school Ferrandi Paris

A career in the culinary world is a pipe dream for many. But for those with the passion and determination to make it a reality, Ferrandi Paris is a clear choice.

 
SPONSORED

Highlights

Advertisement
How to get the dream tech job you always wanted

How to get the dream tech job you always wanted

Europe’s tech industry is booming, giving rise to a range of programming ‘bootcamps’ that offer tech literacy more quickly and affordably than traditional degree programs. The Local finds out more.

 
SPONSORED
Overseas voters urged to have their say in the UK general election

Overseas voters urged to have their say in the UK general election

With the UK general election just six weeks away on June 8th, it’s important to remember to register to vote if you can and want to have your say.

Advertisement
Why Lucerne is a summer paradise for career discovery

Why Lucerne is a summer paradise for career discovery

You may think Switzerland is all about winter holidays. But it’s also a summer paradise with the power to transform your career thanks to outstanding programmes from Swiss Education Group.

 
SPONSORED
Spain calls for investigation into racist attacks on Spaniards in UK

Spain calls for investigation into racist attacks on Spaniards in UK

Spain has called on British authorities to launch an investigation into the growing number of “racist attacks” carried out against Spaniards in the UK in the wake of the Brexit vote.

What international health plan best suits you?

What international health plan best suits you?

No two people and no two expat stories are the same – so why should health plans be?

 
SPONSORED
DJ Robert Miles dies in Ibiza aged just 47

DJ Robert Miles dies in Ibiza aged just 47

The trance DJ and producer, Robert Miles died in Ibiza on Tuesday evening after a battle with cancer.

Advertisement
Online auctions 2017: design trends and insights from Barnebys

Online auctions 2017: design trends and insights from Barnebys

How has global demand for the most sought-after designers changed in last decade? A new report from leading art and auction search engine Barnebys reveals some surprising trends.

 
SPONSORED
Spain vows to end travel delays at Barcelona airport

Spain vows to end travel delays at Barcelona airport

Spain vowed Thursday to boost security staff at Barcelona airport to end long delays for travellers sparked by the introduction of tighter document checks.

Seven reasons why Spain won’t go to war over Gibraltar

Seven reasons why Spain won’t go to war over Gibraltar

It appeared that just days after Article 50 was triggered, parts of the British establishment were already threatening to "go to war" with Spain to protect Gibraltar. But how likely is that?

Advertisement
Spain's bans docking of dogs tails

Spain's bans docking of dogs tails

The controversial practice will now be outlawed in Spain, along with cropping ears, cutting vocal chords, and removing claws and teeth.

Pep Guardiola targeted in hate tweet after Manchester attack

Pep Guardiola targeted in hate tweet after Manchester attack

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola was targeted by an anti-Catalan twitter troll after it emerged that his wife and daughters had been attending the Ariana Grande concert where a suicide bomber killed 22 people.

La Liga brings boost to Spanish economy

La Liga brings boost to Spanish economy

La Liga is so lucrative it is set to double its contribution to Spain's economy, reaching almost two per cent of the country's GDP by 2019.

Europe

Police car flips after officers are attacked in Uppsala

Police car flips after officers are attacked in Uppsala

A police car crashed into a streetlight then flipped onto its roof as officers were attacked with stones during an incident at a camp in Swedish city Uppsala.

 

Sweden

80 years on from the Guernica bombing and Spain is still struggling to honour historical memory

80 years on from the Guernica bombing and Spain is still struggling to honour historical memory

Spain has specific laws on protecting historical memory, and yet some would rather forget about them altogether.

Spain's labour reform delivers jobs but at a cost

Spain's labour reform delivers jobs but at a cost

Spain's labour market reform has helped bring down sky-high unemployment but critics complain the bulk of the jobs it created offer lower salaries and less security.

Ex-Barça president arrested in money laundering probe

Ex-Barça president arrested in money laundering probe

Former Barcelona president Sandro Rosell was arrested on Tuesday in a money laundering investigation related to image rights in the Brazilian national football team, a police spokesman told AFP.

Madrid school in sexism row over knitting for girls and football for boys

Madrid school in sexism row over knitting for girls and football for boys

A school in the Madrid suburb of Alcorcón is being investigated after it emerged that while boys were sent on an extracurricular trip to the Real Madrid stadium, female pupils were offered crochet classes.

A Spanish quest to hand down prehistoric secrets

A Spanish quest to hand down prehistoric secrets

A cave in western Spain hides our most intimate connection to the prehistoric past – hand silhouettes painted tens of thousands of years ago.

Spain's healthcare ranks among top ten in world

Spain's healthcare ranks among top ten in world

Spain is ranked eighth in the world for its standard of healthcare, according to new research, above that of France, Germany and the UK.

Strange things Spanish parents do raising their children

Strange things Spanish parents do raising their children

One of the most obvious cultural clashes experienced when you move to a new country is just how differently parents go about bringing up their children.

Advertisement
Spanish climber sets new record for Everest climb

Spanish climber sets new record for Everest climb

Spanish mountaineer Kilian Jornet has set a record for the fastest ascent of Mount Everest without fixed ropes or supplementary oxygen, climbing the world's highest peak in just 26 hours, his team said Tuesday.