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FASHION: Is Spain the place to be?

Jobs By 30 November, 2015 No Comments

By Meghan Morris, Madrid

Satin, hairspray and camera flashes of the five-day Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Madrid are a glamorous front for an integral industry in Spain, one that is slowly emerging from the crisis with mixed economic signals. The fashion industry created 150 new jobs in January 2014 compared to December, the highest jump since January 2011, according to modaes.es. This good news comes from 626 added positions in the leather and footwear sector, as the garment sector itself lost 126 workers compared to December.


GERMANY: HTW as a bridge for Latinos

Study By 29 November, 2015 3 Comments

Europe, a source of different cultures and traditions, is attracting more and more young people from all over the world, but especially from Latin America. They come to Spain to be part of the most important European Business Schools (IE, Esade, Iese) or to universities in Germany, Austria and Switzerland to get to know German or the worldwide well known Germanic way of working, inventing, organizing…Sometimes they realize not everything is like it is known in Latin America or like it seems to be… They teach us Spanish, Salsa, realities about their country, their habits and we learn about their worries.


GRANTS: The European Journalism Centre

Study By 26 November, 2015 1 Comment

The http://journalismgrants.org/about/ and The European Journalism Centre (EJC) are a non-profit international foundation with the remit to improve, strengthen, and underpin journalism and the news media. This mission has two main aspects: On the one hand, it is about safeguarding, enhancing, and future-proofing quality journalism in Europe and on the other hand, it is about supporting initiatives towards press freedom in emerging and developing countries. This often includes creating the framework conditions for independent and self-determined journalism in the first place. To these ends, the EJC provides thematic training, professional capacity development, and a wide range of support activities for journalists. is looking to support projects of great impact and high visibility, applicants must apply for a minimum grant of €8,000. For your reference, we expect the average grant given to be about €20,000.