Month: February 2016

German Art at Tate Liverpool

Tate Liverpool, situated in a converted warehouse within the Albert Dock on the city’s waterfront, displays many significant pieces of modern art. The gallery’s permanent collection is free to view and contains works from Germany that demonstrate the country’s significant impact on the development of modern art in the twentieth century. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner was a German expressionist painter and one[…]

Summer courses in Germany for secondary pupils with UK-German Connection

UK-German Connection has two fantastic courses for secondary pupils learning German: two week part-funded German Pupil Courses and a free four-week German Scholarships programme. Both programmes combine language learning with cultural trips and excursions, as well as staying with host families. The application deadline for both courses is 10 March 2016. For further information please refer to the relevant[…]

Graduate Opportunity with Lumisi Ltd, Chester

European marketing and events support placement Ideal for student/graduate with German and/or French language skills Lumisi is a brand communications and graphic design company based in Chester. The company was established in 2001 and employs 5 people. Aim The aim of the role is to support the company in preparing for a trade event to take place[…]

Lucy Bolshaw

Choosing to learn German at Lancaster University has to be one of the most spontaneous yet best decisions that I have made in my academic life. I actually came to university to study French and Management, but after finding out that I had the opportunity to study a third subject in my first year I had a[…]

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