It’s your new life as an undergraduate student. You love going to your university, hanging out with friends, meeting new people every day, partying hard, and generally living a student’s life. Two years later, you wake up one morning and drink your hot cup of coffee before starting your day. You start questioning your life… Read More Convert your degree in Ireland
Are you a spouse or a partner of EU citizens in Ireland? If yes, do you know you have some rights? No? So, you are on the perfect website. The only answer to your questions is the EU Treaty Rights, which define the rights of Union citizens and their family members to exercise free movement… Read More PARTNERS’ RIGHTS IN IRELAND
Well, you’ve come to the right place! Opening a new business can be a very frustrating and tiring process, let alone when this business you are about to open may be in a foreign country! This article will focus on the steps you need to take if you are considering to open a business in… Read More Thinking about opening a business in Ireland?
Have you been living in Ireland for a while and would you like to apply for a change of your immigration status? There’s a specific procedure to follow, as established by the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service (INIS). This article aims to provide both applicants and legal practitioners with all the information necessary to apply… Read More Change of immigration status while in Ireland
“Enjoy your food!” “How do you say that in Spanish?” “Que aproveche!” “And in Italian?” “Buon appetito!” “And in German?” “Guten Appetit!” “And in Greek?” “καλή όρεξη” And in Romanian, Russian, Japanese, Chinese, etc. – the list goes on. This would be a typical conversation we have with the interns of Modern Polyglots. We are… Read More Internship at Modern Polyglots
Arriving in Ireland as an asylum seeker in need of protection can be overwhelming and confusing if there is lack of proper guidance. In order to help those in need of advice, here is an introductory explanation of the overall procedure to follow. From the 31st of December 2016, a new procedure entered into force… Read More Seeking asylum and working in Ireland
This is a question every Italian person, especially students and workers who desire to go abroad, ask themselves usually without getting an answer. Starting with a description of what it means to be fluent in a language: it is known that it is the ability to speak, to write and to express oneself in a… Read More SOME REASONS WHY ITALIANS DON’T SPEAK ENGLISH VERY WELL
A la carte, mousse, sauté, purée and the list goes on… These are just a few of the words that you may stumble upon when looking through a restaurant menu or when reading a recipe from a cookbook or online. The French always take pride in their cuisine and haute and fine flavours as Antoine… Read More French: the language of high gastronomy and more