There are many ways to move around the city, bus, taxi, metro, but before you know how these work, you should know how the city works! How it is devided in districts (known as Arrondissements) and what’s in which. I guess I don’t need to explain its importance. So, let’s start!
It’s always easier to learn a language when you start listenning to music. So, I made a short list of my 6 favorite songs in french.
You may have chosen what you’re going to work with, where you’ll study, how you’ll get your driver’s license (if you want to), but none of these actually matter if you don’t have an adress. Not only because you don’t want to live on the streets, but because you need an adress to open […]
According to France’s Minister of National Education, that’s a “college level education institution that recruits its students by tender and ensures high-level graduation”.
I’m an amazon, I horse ride. And I know how bad it can be to don’t know what to say or search when stores or online in languages other than yours. So I made this dicionary to help myself and you. It’s in portuguese, english, spanish and, obviously, french. Feel welcome to suggest more […]
People have to make money to survive. At Paris, one of the ways is singing, dancing or doing whatever in the streets, specially where’s full of tourists. But, let’s be honest, it’s impossible to make a living out of it. As I’m making plans to move to Paris, I search a lot about jobs […]
It’s really important to think about comunication. You can’t just use signs everywhere and hope to be understood one hundred percent of the times… Also, it’s impossible to study, get a job and even to shop (you can’t buy stuff at a supermarket without knowing what it is).
When thinking about moving to other city, you have to think about transport. No one can afford taxi everyday for a long time with a low salary and bills to pay. But if you save some money, you can buy a car! And then, next question… How do I get my driver’s license?
The French Ministries of Education and Higher Education offer a lot of certificates to non-french people who want to prove a certain level of knowledge in french. They go from Starter to Advanced, including professional. There’s no limites of ages, anyone around the world can do the tests.
There is a lot of ways you can live in Europe. You can go by exchange programs, by campus france, by your own citizenship (if you have an european citizenship), etc. Let me explain a little better…