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of Coldplay read Classics at University College London, graduating with a first class degree.

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We Want YOU? Mayor of London, Boris read Classics at Balliol College, Oxford. He was also (briefly) a student at EEBII and worked in Brussels.

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probably needs no introduction. But just in case you did not know she studied Classics and French at the University of Exeter.

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the singer, not to be confused with a legendary Queen of Carthage, gained 'A' levels in Latin, Greek and Philosophy.

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was the Director General of MI5. He studied Classics at Bristol University.

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is someone else who needs no introduction. Broadcaster, writer, actor, he has championed the importance of a classical education in a post-modern world.

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is the CEO of The Economist .... He has a Classics and Philosophy degree from St. John's Cambridge, followed by an M.Sc. in Artificial Intelligence.

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is the head of CNN. He majored in Classics from Brown University (USA).

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got an 'A' in his Latin GCSE. Some footballers, it seems, are a cut above the average.

 

Dr. Nice runs the Anglophone Orientation and Careers Counselling sessions.

These sessions are compulsory for students in years 5, 6 and 7. They are intended to make students aware of the moments of choices within the European school system and to help them make informed decisions regarding tertiary education and careers. In years 5 and 6 students are also expected to undertake a period of work experience (ideally of, at least, one to two weeks) in an area relevant to their potential career choice.

If you are interested in finding out more about the career guidance syllabus with the European Schools please follow this link. If you have specific questions regarding the Careers Guidance in the Anglophone section then feel free to contact me directly. In the meantime, you might be interested in looking at some of the links to the left relevant to tertiary education and careers.

Good luck and I hope you find this website useful!

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