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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: 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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Written by: Ana Alibegova Edited by: Stefan Alijevikj If a traveler attempts to make a retrospective of their so-far life experiences and crucial developments in their professional and personal growth, it is of no doubt that their first voyage abroad will have a seat on the pedestal. Every day spent abroad is a new challenge… [read more]

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Article by: Melanie Pinet (The United Kingdom) Edited by: Stefan Alijevikj While government officials in the United Kingdom are wandering around Westminster patting themselves on the back about the latest drop in unemployment figures (released by the Office for National Statistics), the youth of the country are still disengaged and the forgotten souls without hope… » read more

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Article written by Vanesa Vazharova I am Vanesa from Bulgaria – currently a second-year undergraduate student at Fontys International Business School in The Netherlands. I remember how afraid I was couple of years ago when I faced the difficult decision of whether to study abroad. I assume that many of you are also wondering what… » read more

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Written by Ana Iosub, Romania We are two travelers from Romania (Ana Iosub and Alex Cilibianu) who left their jobs and are now heading for a life of freelancing and alternative learning. We met three years ago and made our first long hitchhiking trip from Bucharest to Dover, via Amsterdam. In 2012 we grew fond… » read more

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An interview of Levente Kádár Author: Tamara Miletic There is one way how to travel the world and discover new countries, charming places, new cultures, languages, keep in touch with local population, learn about their traditions and customs, but most important, share with them their private space and habits. I’m talking about CouchSurfing, a great… » read more

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By mladiinfo Author: Emilija Georgievska If you look up the word “intern” in the dictionary, you will be given the following explanation: “A student or trainee who works, sometimes without pay, in order to gain work experience or satisfy requirements for a qualification.” Although I am quite sure that all of you are familiar with… » read more

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