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Though she got the „Economist“ in their native Slovak, Nina decided to go to Prague Novotna. Attracted by the city itself and the economy more than it enjoyed more media. Finally, she began to study the social and mass communication at the University of Jan Amos Comenius.
Malta. The island, which many consider as the most tourist destination, but seldom as the place where he would spend several months or years of study. And yet, as a study destination is not uninteresting.
You did not get to high school and gap year to make the best use? Or do you just want a meaningful way to spend free days in the studio? Volunteering is an interesting way to do something useful for others, learn new things or look cheap to foreign countries.
Studying abroad is an increasingly popular phenomenon, Africa still remains relatively undiscovered country. Ways to get from Europe to the local educational institutions, not many. You especially need the money and a little courage to plunge into the unknown world.
The land on which it is claimed that there is still raining, but the local residents keep dry humor, are issued every year to study more than 300 thousand foreign students. And it's not coincidence, Great Britain offers a wide range of schools and disciplines that are often valued in international trials and names of schools have a good reputation around the world. And not just Oxford and Cambridge.
Katarina Chovanová (20 years) studying the second year in Arts Management at the University of Prague. An application can only give from Slovakia to Prague and England, as elsewhere, this study can not study much. And although both reached the school, eventually studying in our capital city. About seminárkách in Czech, the Czech-Slovak relations and other Katčiných experiences you can read the following interview.
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