Archive de la Catégorie ‘International Week’

Be a good international FreeLance project manager

To be an International Freelance project manager is one big challenge as communication is a really fragmented field.
First, why should you work by yourself internationally?
Working as an independent freelance can be much more interesting than working in a company. Nowadays, companies do not like to “take the risk” and rather prefer to do as they [...]

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Eastern Europe: at the heart of multiculturalism

We had the opportunity to participate to a highly interesting conference with Raluca Ursachi, about Eastern Europe dilemmas. With a master degree in history, Mrs Ursachi brilliantly introduced us the stakes of Eastern’s Europe development. From ottoman Empire to nowadays fronteers, Mrs Ursachi highlighted the major changes that have made Eastern Europe the way it [...]

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What does a PR professional do anyway?

October 26th 2015, was the launch of the international week at ISCOM. A week dedicated to international communications, organized around conferences and workshops in order to help students understand communications within an international framework. That afternoon the first conferences took place. Among them was Russell Williams’ PR today conference.

PR Today conference took place, room [...]

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All the secrets of the international relations & world fairs

Ricardo Cisneros works for world expo consultant. He was here today to explain all the organisation of universal and international exposition.
The first universal exposition was in 1851 in London, since there is a universal exposition every five years during six months in the host country with a theme of international interest.
The last one was in [...]

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Everything you have to know about the Visa J1

WE DO ONE THING AND WE DO IT WELL
Hi everyone, if you didn’t have the chance to participate to the conference of Parenthèse, here are the tips that we can tell you about having an internship in the United States.

We learned that you can have the possibility to have a paid internship and you can [...]

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How important is it to go live abroad?

Mr Mataix, our speaker today at Working Abroad & Erasmus conference, on Tuesday 27 October 2015, explaining the importance of going abroad, promoting this unique opportunity that nobody can miss.
According to Mr. Mataix, this opportunity can be seen as a personal challenge. From where we stand we must see the world from another point of [...]

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International Media: Immersion in the 1930’s

It is undeniable that Medias have a big role in our everyday’s life and had also a huge impact in some major events that marked history. It’s in a Halloween atmosphere adorned (by the American stakeholders) with orange and black, pumpkins, candles and candies, that the conference about International Media took place.
George Shantzek is a [...]

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OECD – a Global Vision of the World

About Andrew Gently
Mr Andrew Gentry, Co-Ordinator in Public Affairs and Communications Directorate at OECD came to talk about this organism, his work and gave us the keys to succeed in our job environment. What a pleasure to hear a man who is fascinated about the world and his missions within the OECD! A [...]

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Managing an International Project

« The only thing to do with good advice is to pass it on. It is never any use to oneself. »
Oscar Wilde
About Alec Walker-Love,  International Communication Project Manager
Alec works on International projects with businesses and organizations, such as Veolia, The European Union, MCI and Information Society, to ensure they meet their goals successfully using highly [...]

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Les stages au Ministère des Affaires Étrangères

Le mercredi 29 Octobre 2014, l’ISCOM avait le plaisir d’accueillir dans ses locaux  la Gestionnaire du Bureau des stages du Ministère des Affaires Étrangères afin qu’elle puisse évoquer les différentes perspectives offertes par les stages qu’il est possible d’effectuer au sein du MAE [Ministère des Affaires Étrangères]. Cette conférence avait pour but d’éclairer les [...]

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