Tag: language learning

Internships

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As an EU-citizen, you are eligible for “free movement” and “equal treatment“. Still, finding an internship across borders is more of a challenge, but also more of an opportunity and adventure. European Voluntary Service From two months upto one year – thousands of opportunities in multiple languages, with full imbursement Support within the Euregio Meuse-Rhine […] » more

Multilingual media

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Find an overview on multilingual and English-speaking media offers in the Euregio. We also included an overview on the most important local media in German, Dutch, and French. Head to our section on multilingual media for children for media suggestions for the little ones. Bi-national news and information Euregional news Bi-national news and information Arte is a […] » more

Studying

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Top technology in studying The Euregio Meuse-Rhine is host to RWTH Germany’s largest technical university, one of Belgium’s most entrepreneurial knowledge campuses Corda Campus, and the Netherlands’ youngest and most international tertiary institution, Maastricht University – all within the reach of (sometimes free for students) cross-border public transport. Studying in itself is an adventure – studying abroad even more so. The […] » more

School & Education

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In very few places in the world, there is such close diversity in pursuing an internationally oriented education and everyday life. If your children start school in a new country, the “youreurope” website provides information on starting school in another EU-country Euregioprofilschulen The Euregio Meuse-Rhine also features “Euregioprofilschulen” (see the full list), these are primary […] » more

Networking & Buddying

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You are welcome in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine– and you can help welcome others. Although our cities and places might seem small and partly rural, you will not have trouble finding many internationals close by who are eager to connect. Regular meetings are organised across the youRegion network and specifically for that purpose. Newcomers can quickly […] » more

Language learning

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Welkom, Bienvenue and Willkommen – great plaisire to heb you here! If you are not yet fluent in your new home’s language – no need to worry, go on and language will come your way. English is widely spoken among younger people (Germany and Belgium) or among just about everyone (Netherlands). Yet also a mishmash […] » more

Euregional onboarding

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Living and working abroad is a wonderful experience. Still, you might feel lonely, homesick, or a little frustrated at times. You might learn about expectations you did not even know you had and face challenges you did not even know existed. In addition to the roadmap for arriving and settling in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine, these […] » more

Intercultural learning

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Expectations you didn’t know you even had, culture shocks and the honeymoon of living and working somewhere new – we collected information to help you navigate your life and work across borders. If you are “native” to the Belgian, German or Dutch part of the Euregio Meuse-Rhine, find some hints on how to find your […] » more

Services in English

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In the Netherlands, most bureaucratic issues can be dealt with in English. In Belgium and Germany, you will find many people in personal contact English-speaking, but documents are not automatically translated. The partners of youRegion are ready to help with their personal expertise – and websites, not least with the one you are already on. […] » more

Volunteering

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Giving is the best way of getting – and there is a large diversity to engage in your neighbourhood, with your favourite sport, for other people. In your Euregio, you can find more specific activities across the border – or similar activities, spiced with another country and language.  Possibly, you can even consider to take […] » more

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