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Bulgarian graduates to work on the “Jaguar” cars

Submitted on Wednesday, 11 February 2009No Comment
Bulgarian graduates to work on the “Jaguar” cars

Many Bulgarian students try to find jobs as “Jaguar” designers in the British university Coventry. The annual tax of the university is 3225 pounds. Four graduates worked on the exterior and interior of the latest “Jaguar FX” model. The news caused massive interest at the university stall of the expo “International education” in Varna.

Future candidate-students lined up for the latest offers of tourism subjects in the Swiss universities – SPA-, Gourmet-, Kamino-management.

These programs cost between 23 and 25 thousand swiss franks per year. For 1500 euro, the Dutch university Stenden sends it’s students to study and practice at it’s luxurious bases in Bali and United Arab Emirates.

The Breda university, also Dutch, teaches it’s students how to to manage the estates of a hotel and how to react to a weak season.

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