Schooling is a crucial part of living in an international community. Education is a broadening experience. It unifies different nationalities and cultures. Education deserves a section all its own in GUIDEPOST.
A great way to get to know the greats of showbiz and literary Spain !
Here's announcing (hear the drum roll?) the American School of Madrid's Spring Theatre production, the "Little Shop of Horrors." It's a zany musical complete with love, violence and a man-eating plant! What more could you ask!
The ASEAN University Fair will provide a unique platform for Spanish students and academics to meet and gain information from ASEAN universities in one venue. The expert team from the ASEAN universities can help participants make the right choices by fully explaining entry requirements and the application process. The fair will promote networking among representatives of universities of ASEAN and Spain for the purpose of developing double degree programs and exchanging scholarships
If your interest in and curiousity about Chinese culture and language go well beyond the New Year Festival but you don't know where you coud go and quench your thirst for Chinese, try the Instituto Confucio de Madrid on Calle Goya 10.
LA NUEVA MUJER is a collection of 10 American stories by early feminist authors, a sparkling array of early-twentieth century stories some of which have never been translated into Spanish before. A great read! So is the interview with the translator. Read on!
The Holidays are on at ASM; no holding 'em back now!
Ander Beristain is a native of of the Basque Country. He is one of the approximately 700,000 speakers worldwide of euskera. This summer he's doing a study of the interaction between Basque and Spanish and how speaking Basque affects how the Vascos speak Spanish
Spain's Ministry of Education, Culture, and Sport is now promoting five "intimate" museums to present another cultural side to the city. Each one is unique and brings its own perspective to Spanish art and culture. You simply can't afford to give them a miss!
Spain is the top favorite of Erasmus students. And Madrid has beaten Paris, Rome and London in the Erasmus 'popularity contest'!