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We had a brilliant time at our first meetup on Friday and judging from your lovely comments on Meetup and smiling faces in the photos, so did you! Here are a few pictures from our International Night to remind those … Continue reading
The wait is now over; the London Language Social Club, sponsored by Squarko, will soon hold its first event! Our International Night will be held on Friday 1st July at Secondo, a café with a vintage theme and organic products … Continue reading
SPAIN: A man has been arrested in Spain for curling up inside a suitcase, which was loaded into the hold of an airport bus. He then crept out of the suitcase and set about stealing items from passengers’ luggage. It’s … Continue reading
We are very excited to announce that squarko.com is now up and running! Happy Squarking! The Squarko Team
Language studies are evolving. With the increase in tuition fees, many students are shying away from language studies in traditional institutions, opting instead for more vocational studies in the hope of securing a career. Rising fuel costs make traditional face-to-face … Continue reading
Moving you tuition online opens up a vast client base to which most tutors would not have access. Students living in rural, hard to reach areas for example have the pick of the best online, rather than finding their choices … Continue reading
A recent article in the Guardian has revealed that students are opting for more vocational subjects over the arts and humanities, particularly languages. It looks as though undergraduates are more willing to shell out the proposed £9,000 tuition fees to … Continue reading