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3rd LeipGlo Job Fair: the takeaways

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LeipGlo Job Fair
At the LeipGlo Job Fair 3. Photo: Justina Smile Photography

A little glimpse of what you missed or can reminisce on from our most recent job fair. And a small request if you scroll to the end…

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ETL: Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind

in Leipzig/Theater/What's on
Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind
Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind: up to 30 plays in 60 minutes, chosen by the audience. Photo: public domain

“English Theatre Leipzig (ETL) presents a new show, starting this week: Greg Allen’s Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind. I had a few questions for director Emily Wessel about this unusual production – ’30 plays in 60 minutes’ – and what makes it so different to other stage formats.”

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Curated Monthly: Top December Art Picks for Leipzig

in Arts/Stage/What's on
Star lights hanging in a tre
Photo by Filip Bunkens on Unsplash

Leipzig’s art events in December 2019: An insider’s overview including highlights from the Grassi Museum, MfBK, and more!

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Literary Parlor: Sabbagh’s poetry and prose personas

in Literature/Philosophies
Architecture in Lebanon, public domain photo

We talk to the brilliant author and literary scholar Omar Sabbagh, London-born of Lebanese parents, currently working as Associate Professor at the American University in Dubai. He moves in between the worlds of writing academic papers, poetry and prose.

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Christmas markets in Leipzig in 2019

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Christmas markets
Leipziger Weihnachtsmarkt. Public domain photo

Can’t get enough of the joyful season we’ve just entered? Get ready to merrily go ’round Leipzig’s various Christmas markets with this handy list of offers and locations.

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Tips to get subsidized courses to boost job prospects

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Some of inlingua Leipzig's favorite books for ESL teachers. (Photo: maeshelle west-davies)
Some of inlingua Leipzig's favorite textbooks. (Photo: maeshelle west-davies)

In this post, inlingua Leipzig gives you some pointers on how to make sure your German course is a) fully or partly paid for and b) directed towards your next career step. The tips also apply to other career advancement courses you might be interested in.

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