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Anastasia Shishkina is a 3rd year humanities student at Anglo-American University in Prague originally from Russia and currently studying abroad at Chapman University, California. Being involved in many student activities and taking advantage of studying in an international environment truly enriches her life that offered her countless adventurous both home and abroad. In our latest featured… [read more]

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Author: Lindsey Patterson Scientists have begun to reach to younger generations for new ideas. It’s not because they’re out of anything good, but it’s because they know that these young minds will be the ones to take over when they’re gone. Not only that, but this generation is growing up in an age of technology and… [read more]

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Zoia Pavlenko comes from Ukraine, and last year, she has had her most adventurous life experience: a one year study abroad experience, a Chevening year in the UK where she has conducted her Master in Environmental Engineering at the University of Nottingham, with the financial support of Chevening. In our newest article, read more about… [read more]

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Article and photos by: Filipa Raimundo, YPUN Ltd* There is no secret formula on how to land a perfect job or internship in international development. Still there are some things that you should keep in mind in order to make potential employers interested in you. 1. Don’t give up At all times keep this in… [read more]

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Article by: Lejla Becar  Photo editor and selection: Ilhana Babić  On the 9th of August 2015 an abandon factory was reopened in a small town in central Bosnia and Herzegovina. The reopening, after decades of being forgotten, happend thanks to the work of 3 young guys. They are not entrepreneurs, economists, lawyers but artists. The artists… [read more]

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Article by: Gosia Krakowska (Poland) Picture credits: Gosia Krakowska ”How did you do it?”, my befriended law professor asked me. ”Did what?” “Did not give up on this (law studies) after so many years.” To make the story short: I arrived in the Netherlands in 2005, alone, from Poland, to pursue my law studies at… [read more]

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picture credits Article by: Lisa Stewart As with the many other Internet-related words that we’ve acquired in recent years – blog, tweet, to Google – there is another word, webinar, which has also come into common usage. As its name suggests, a webinar is a seminar, or other live-stream educational or professional event, which one… [read more]

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Article by: Zvijezdana Marković Just two months ago I was doing the application to become part of the Young Journalists and Writers (known as YJAW), an attractive online web platform of writers, journalists and enthusiastic people who were all there with the same passion: writing and sharing their ideas with their peers from all over the… [read more]

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