Schiller International University requests the pleasure of your company for Professor Gour Saraf´s book “Two Allied Cuisines” on Spanish and Indian Cuisine to be held at: SIU Madrid Campus on September 29 , 2016 at 7.30 pm. _The Presentation will be followed by a Cocktail_ “Reading means travelling by oneself ” Juan Gelman says, the book ” Two Allied kitchens ” written by Gour Saraff and Alex Spice it is an example of this. The book discovers not very well known aspects of the Hindu cuisine and talks about Spanish cuisine, Mediterranean diet and health; the conductive thread of the book is Gour’s trips. The book contains recipes with the proposal to enrich some plates of the Spanish cuisine with 7 indian spices to enhance not only its flavor but also to improve our health, an overall revolution. The book is meant for foodies but also for those who agree with Hipócrates, on the thought ” that your food is your medicine “.
Experience a 3000 year old tradition, harvesting & contributing to the creation of great Spanish Wine!
Saturday, September 24th at 9:30 AM
from Schiller International University – Madrid Campus
Limited spaces available, make sure to register at the front desk.
We are excited to welcome students from all over the world to our Schiller International University Madrid campus. If you haven´t done so already, make sure you have all your documents in by August 31st 2016. We look forward to welcoming you on campus! Schiller Madrid Staff
Why SIU Madrid?
I like to do a lot of research before making any kind of decision and that is exactly what I did before enrolling at Schiller Madrid. I found more positive reviews than I could count. I also had someone personally recommend it as the place to go and it was an opportunity I could not pass by.
Why have you chosen to live in Madrid?
Simply because of how friendly the citizens are, they are always happy to help you get where you need to be and lend a helping hand. I also thought this would be a great experience for me to be submerged in a completely different culture as well as take part of traditions very different than my own.
What has been your most interesting experience abroad?
My most interesting experience would be meeting international people. This gives you a whole new kind of educational experience as you learn about their country, culture, and many traditions. It also helps you keep an open mind towards experiencing things you do not know such as a special dish from that country.
How would you want to be remembered?
When I graduate and years have passed, I hope that when my friends think back to their college days they have a thought for me. Not only as someone they knew in college but as a funny, kind person who was always there to give assistance to anyone who needed it.
If you were to search the web for information on studying abroad, you would likely find 10 Reasons, 25 Benefits, 15 Best Places, etc, etc… **But here’s my take on why studying at an American University in Spain can and has been beneficial to me.**** Perhaps my experience can help you as you make your decision to pursue an American degree. **Employment** – If you plan on working and living abroad, an American degree is one of those degrees that is well recognized and highly valued. Especially as a foreigner, that is a non-US student, it allows you to stand out and have an advantage over other applicants. In my research, I have found that a lot of employers for multinationals and even NGO’s prefer having employees that hold an American degree because the degree in itself already says a lot about the candidate, for example: many American Universities are highly regarded because of the high standards for admission, the level of research and innovation produced, and how well prepared the candidates are upon graduation. Also, if you are from a different country and study in an American University, it tells your future employer that you have adapted to living and studying in a different country, you are flexible, and likely work well with people from other cultures. **Flexibility** – Most American universities will allow you to apply as “undecided.” Undecided means you are not yet sure about which major to pursue. And although, in the beginning you may feel as though you already know, it is a relief going in as undecided and having the option to explore other possibilities before locking into a career choice blindly. Another advantage of this undecided status is that it allows you to take a variety of different courses. Through these different courses you can explore and see which you are more interested in and would like to major in. Who knows… some of these exploratory subjects and skills may even end up being useful in your future job. **The Future** – Speaking about the future, being in an American university could possibly jump-start your career. American universities are very active in career development and in helping students find employment after graduation. Because of this, large company recruiters are actively looking for people to hire straight out of college. So you could go from being handed your diploma on graduation day and to starting a new job the next. Although you are in college studying, on your path to becoming a huge success in your field, do not forget that you are in a foreign country. It is easy to get caught up in the loop of going to class, doing your homework, going to the grocery store and repeating it all over week after week. Having the opportunity to study abroad is already a great thing but you should be mindful and get the most out of it by traveling and exploring nearby places, trying the food, talking with locals, and enjoying the entire experience – yes, even the awkward moments. The memories you make during college will always stay with you, so why not make them worth reminiscing about with a great education that focuses on the future and for me this happened to be in a great country, Spain!