Tag Archives: Spain

  • Work and Residency Permits in Spain: The Administrative Labyrinth

    Posted on October 7, 2016 by in Blog

    by Jill Arcaro Spain is the most visited country in Europe for long-term tourism, alluring millions each year. A frequently posed question from the participants in our Spanish internship placement program is about the possibility of obtaining legal working papers in Spain via an internship. Our short and concise answer is that an internship program […]

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  • Cultural Adaptation is up to YOU

    Posted on October 7, 2016 by in Blog

    by Jill Arcaro Gordon After the initial elation of novelty when transported into a foreign culture, the shock and frustrations of having to adapt culturally can be overwhelming. I myself have experienced them all and continue to suffer from the habit of comparing, both favorably and not, after more than 10 years in Europe. Would […]

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  • Practicalities and Idiosyncrasies of Life in Madrid

    Posted on October 3, 2016 by in Blog

    by Jill Arcaro-Gordon from Best Programs Time to get used to the sights, sounds, tastes and smells of your new home away from home. When you come to live in Madrid, the burden of cultural adjustment will be upon YOU, and there will be significant changes to which you will have to adjust. Spain is […]

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  • Yes! You Can Live and Work in Madrid and Here’s How

    Posted on September 29, 2016 by in Blog

    Jill Arcaro Gordon “Sunny Spain”…things were never brighter. Fabulous food and wines… soccer…flamenco, passion… no friendlier people, generosity…time-honored traditions. A country where pleasures can be as profound as the works of Cervantes or as simple and sweet as a cup of coffee.   Spain has an awesome amount to offer foreigners, whether students, travelers or […]

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