Get that job abroad with new online course by Babbel

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Nov. 23, 2011 - PRLog -- Whether in Frankfurt, Paris or São Paulo, these days internships and professional experience abroad are essential for many careers. In order to secure that dream job, presenting oneself professionally in the application process is a must. Babbel’s new “Education and Work” course helps applicants be prepared.

Understanding the details of a job posting, putting together a flawless cover letter or becoming sufficiently fluent in the local language in anticipation of the introductory interview – these are all features addressed by Babbel’s new “Job Course”. Anyone wishing to live abroad can study vocabulary which is designed to help them find a job in German, Spanish, French, Italian or Portuguese. Tailored to individual learning levels, the Babbel course is a great preparation for the application process.

Interactive exercises as well as vocabulary trainers and pronunciation examples offer relevant vocabulary necessary for applying in a foreign language. The Babbel Review Manager provides step-by-step training of words and phrases for a quick apprehension of the material and the opportunity to start a job search right away.

Finally, first impressions count: when the course is completed, applicants preparing with Babbel for their experience abroad, receive a certificate proving their language training – yet another bonus point for their application.

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With the online learning system Babbel (, both beginners and continuing learners can study English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, Swedish, Dutch, Indonesian, Polish and Turkish. 1.7 million people from over 200 countries have already registered with Babbel, while the iPhone app has passed the 1 million download mark.

The company behind Babbel, Lesson Nine GmbH, operates out of Berlin, Germany. Founded in August 2007, it now has around 90 fulltime and freelance employees. Since July 2008 Lesson Nine has been funded by Kizoo AG and VC-Fonds Berlin. Further information at
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