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3 simple tips on how to enhance your employability

While there is no doubt that higher education courses and qualifications play an important role in achieving your goals in the near future, it is also true that in today’s competitive landscape of careers and businesses, having a degree is [Read more…]

U.S Election: Worldwide American students can vote too

The first National Republican and Democratic Conventions saw the light of day in 1831 and 1832. Since then, National Conventions are held every four years to nominate the candidates that will run for the presidential election. This year, after long and sharp political [Read more…]

Celebrate July 4th in Paris

So this week, Americans are celebrating the birth of their nation by gorging themselves with hot dogs and watching fireworks explode. It is pretty close how the founding fathers imagined us celebrating this important day. In 1776, John Adams wrote [Read more…]

Celebrating Memorial Day… in France?

Here we are! The three-day weekend that officially kicks off the summer holidays… A time for flying overseas, watching the UEFA Euro 2016 or catching a few laps of the Monaco Grand Prix! Despite its joyful and light connotation, Memorial [Read more…]

Thanksgiving in Paris

When we think of Paris in November, we think of a quiet and contemplative city. As the days grow even shorter and the mercury goes down, the city of light feels placid and a bit sleepy. While the recent terror [Read more…]

USA : Road to the Oval Office 2016

Even though Americans won’t cast their ballot until November 8, 2016, the campaigning kicks off over a year in advance. Between now and then, there will be no shortage of furors and fireworks, mass mailing attacks and polls. The road [Read more…]

From loud metal to clubbing: Paris Halloween Events

Since Halloween isn’t really a part of the country’s culture, it is a much smaller affair in France than it is in the US. However, if you’re a Halloween aficionado, it’s worth putting in the extra effort to get your [Read more…]

October 12th marks the day Columbus sailed the ocean blue!

While The American Business School’s students are expecting the exciting “Company Cases” event to show their talent in dealing with real management issues, New Yorkers are busy securing a spot along Manhattan’s 5th Avenue for a friendly celebration filled with [Read more…]

Exchange program with SFSU

Studying abroad at San Francisco State University enabled me to open to something new. Pursuing the openness to a different culture that I already explored with The American Business School it is an amazing self-exploring experience to study abroad that [Read more…]

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Martin Luther King Jr. (1929-1968) was a Baptist minister and social activist who played a key role in the American civil rights movement from the mid-1950s until his assassination in 1968. Inspired by advocates of nonviolence such as Mahatma Gandhi, [Read more…]