Sorbonne University
Paris, Melbourne, Tokio, Sidney y Londres, son ese orden las 5 mejores ciudades para los estudiantes internacionales según dio a conocer la firma consultora Quacquarelli Symonds (QS).
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Backpacks seem to grow on students, but I didn’t buy my first one until I was 28.
Lois after hair rehab
It was death by dye: Six years ago, I innocently added a few caramel streaks to my brunette locks and got hooked on hair color. Before long, I was a double-process blonde.
Hieronymouse the Mouse - Dressed as Human
News, discoveries and ... fun
Ah, the language barrier. No matter how much you're looking forward to your trip abroad, you can't ignore that nagging worry about interacting with people who speak a different language - and potential situations ranging from difficult to ego-crushing. Rest assured, however, that no one expects you to speak in full sentences or be able to conjugate verbs. What you should know, even before you even arrive in another country, is how to be polite. "Hello," "please" and "thank you" go a long way.
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La unidad de Inteligencia de The Economist (EIU, en inglés) dio a conocer su más reciente encuesta sobre las ciudades más y menos costosas del mundo y en la que Singapur destronó a Tokio como la urbe más cara del planeta en 2014.
Paris, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down
Why is the publishing industry so vulnerable to trends?
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