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Working in Europe

How difficult would it be for a nineteen year old with one year of college, moderate work experience, a TEFL certificate and little to no European language ability to get a temporary work visa in the EU? I'm thinking Germany, specifically. I've checked out this thread, but that seems to pertain mostly to becomig a citizen. I'm not looking to become naturalized or anything (though that would be nice), just find a menial job to support myself for six months or less. Note: I'm willing to accept "impossible" as an answer.
posted by borkingchikapa on May 18, 2005 - 6 answers

Transfering to a European University

I'm currently a university student in the US, and I'm seriously considering to transferring to a uni overseas. I know all about study abroad programs, but my school isn't very good with them. What would be the cost for an American to go to school in, say, Germany? How hard is it to permanently transfer to a university in Western Europe?
posted by borkingchikapa on Dec 4, 2004 - 8 answers

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