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What these Stockholm business students learned in Silicon Valley

What these Stockholm business students learned in Silicon Valley

Students on SSE's Executive MBA program jetted out to the prolific tech hub to mingle with and learn from its professional community. Find out what they discovered.

 
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'Black diamonds': What you need to know about France's truffle hunting season

'Black diamonds': What you need to know about France's truffle hunting season

France’s winter truffle hunting season begins in November. Here’s what you need to know about this special time of year and how you can get involved.

'How I landed my dream job working at an international NGO'

'How I landed my dream job working at an international NGO'

Two MBA graduates from EMLYON Business School explain how their studies helped them to land their dream jobs working for international organisations.

 
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Not just a pretty place: 10 extraordinary facts about Sweden's dazzling High Coast

Not just a pretty place: 10 extraordinary facts about Sweden's dazzling High Coast

The Swedes know a thing or two about beauty. After all, they live in one of the most captivating countries on the planet. They have the cosmopolitan allure of water-surrounded Stockholm; the vast sweeping beaches of Skåne; the skyscraping white sierras of Lapland and much, much more. Yet, when they were asked in a survey which part of Sweden was most beautiful they chose none of these celebrated places.

 
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The master’s programmes that make you more employable

The master’s programmes that make you more employable

Committing to a master’s degree could feel like delaying the start of your career. That’s not the case at Linköping University (LiU), where the rigorous master’s programmes are designed to prepare students for life after graduation.

 
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OPINION: 'France should get tough on hunters... but it probably won't'

OPINION: 'France should get tough on hunters... but it probably won't'

France remains the most dangerous place in western Europe to go for a country walk or cycle ride in autumn and winter but it doesn't look like anything will be done about it, says John Lichfield.

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On the Agenda: What's coming up in France this week

On the Agenda: What's coming up in France this week

A look at the big news and cultural events that will take place in France this week.

PICTURE QUIZ: How well do you know the streets of Paris?

PICTURE QUIZ: How well do you know the streets of Paris?

Paris is full of streets that have their own unique charm, whether they're stunningly beautiful, played an important role in French history or have a quirky past of their own. But how many of them can you recognise? Take the quiz.

Studying in France? Sign up for half price membership of The Local

Studying in France? Sign up for half price membership of The Local

We want students to be able to read all the articles we produce about studying and living in France so have created a special half price membership offer. Read on for more information.

French Word of the Day: hurluberlu

French Word of the Day: hurluberlu

Yes this word does exist in French. Here's how to use it.

Is an MBA the trick to launching your international career?

Is an MBA the trick to launching your international career?

An MBA could be what you need to take the elusive next step in your career.

 
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Australians in France: How many are there and where do they live?
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Australians in France: How many are there and where do they live?

There are a few thousand Australians in France and probably a few more we don't know about. Here's where you're most likely to find them.

Myth or reality: A Parisian tells the truth about those Paris clichés

Myth or reality: A Parisian tells the truth about those Paris clichés

Paris comedian Julie Collas sets the record straight about a few of the clichés around Parisians and the city they inhabit.

Macron and Merkel lay wreath at WW1 armistice site

Macron and Merkel lay wreath at WW1 armistice site

French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday laid a wreath and unveiled a ceremonial plaque at a war memorial in eastern France where the armistice was signed ending World War I.