The Beauty of Puglia!

Posted on June 22nd, 2017 in Articles, My StoryRespond to this post »

I have dropped many pins on my map and every pin feeds my soul. I choose my destinations based on how I feel in a given moment. I sometimes feel I need this fancy lifestyle, all dressed up, walking around the big city. Sometimes I just want peace and being in the middle of nowhere, out of everything, surrounded by crystal clear water, amazing people and me feeling like a mermaid.

Puglia is magical, in every way possible

This time all I wanted was a small charming town, riding a bicycle around it, good food, wine & cheese, so I decided that I need to drop my pin in Italy. I decided to be part... Read More »

Sustainability Degree Coming to AAU!

Posted on June 14th, 2017 in ArticlesRespond to this post »

Students at Anglo-American University in Prague now have the opportunity to acquire yet another globally recognized degree.

AAU has recently developed another benefit for its students. Thanks to new cooperation with Sustainability Management School (SUMAS), a renowned Swiss university, students of AAU’s Business and Law in International Markets master’s program will be able to obtain two internationally accepted degrees.

The memorandum of cooperation between the two universities, which was signed in February 2017 by representatives of Anglo-American University and Sustainability Management School in Switzerland, adjusts the content of and brings significant added value to the Business and Law in International Markets master’s program. Applicants to this program can obtain not only an MA degree but also an MBA title focusing on managerial skills.

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Want a Career in Data Science? 130 Full Scholarships Available in Collaboration with 11 Scottish Universities

Posted on June 7th, 2017 in Articles, We RecommendRespond to this post »

The Data Lab, is one of the eight innovation centres funded by the Scottish Funding Council through the Innovation Centres programme.

The Data Lab enables industry, public sector and world-class university researchers to innovate and develop new data science capabilities in a collaborative environment. Its core mission is to generate significant economic, social and scientific value from data. The Data Lab aims to transform the way in which industry, public sector and academic institutions collaborate.

With a Scotland-wide presence and Hubs in Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow, it is in close proximity to leading industry and university institutions with world-class research in informatics and computer science. Hubs are focused on building relationships locally and delivering a range... Read More »

Tips for Budding Photographers for Successfully Promoting Their Work on Instagram

Posted on May 17th, 2017 in Articles, Tips & TricksRespond to this post »

It is pretty overwhelming to note that just in a matter of four years Instagram enjoys much more than 400 million active users. This is a hugely impressive statistic. Instagram is gaining popularity by the day. This hugely loved photo-sharing app owned by Facebook allows photographers to not only shoot, but also edit and share photos with Instagram users. Even though it is highly debatable whether to regard Instagram as the universally appropriate and legitimate social media platform for showcasing the work of both the upcoming and the already established photographers, there is absolutely no room to deny its power.

You simply cannot undermine the role of Instagram in dramatically transforming the world of photography. Today over... Read More »

7 Self-Publishing Tips for New Writers

Posted on May 3rd, 2017 in ArticlesRespond to this post »

When you’re still not part of the self-publishing industry, things may seem easy. All you need to do is write that book and get it out there, right? Maybe you’ll hire an editor to help you polish out the draft, and everything will be as smooth as possible. Well, you’re not quite right. It’s a process, and it’s more complicated than you think.

The good news is that the self-publishing industry is open for new authors, so you have chances to be successful. In the continuation, we’ll give 7 important tips for new self-published authors.

Your Books Will Be Your Business. Treat Them That Way!

You love writing. You want to get your words out there even... Read More »

From Berlin to Aleppo: Marching for Peace!

Posted on April 26th, 2017 in Articles, My StoryRespond to this post »

On December 26 hundreds of young people left Berlin and headed marching towards Aleppo. What they demanded is help for civilians, protection of human rights and reaching a peaceful solution for the conflict in Aleppo.

The Civil March already passed through seven countries and has now arrived in Macedonia. We used this unique opportunity to talk with Anna Alboth and see her perspective of the Civil March for Aleppo.

Mladiinfo: A mother of two, journalist, blogger, activist – who is actually Anna Alboth?

Anna: All of this! It’s just all consequence one of another. As a journalist I gathered a lot of knowledge, as a blogger – I gathered some publicity and followers, as a mother – sensitivity... Read More »

Youth Activism Changes Lives

Posted on April 18th, 2017 in Articles, Youth ActivismRespond to this post »

There is one main motivating factor that leads young people into activism – the will and passion to change the world for the better. And while they are trying to achieve this for the world, activism actually changes them for the better. Being a young activist teaches you how to be a better person yourself. It creates responsible adults and citizens that are beneficial for the society in general. But people who have been part of this when they were young will always experience a lot of personal benefits into their adulthood.

And when I say that youth activism changes lives, you can trust me, because I have experienced that change first-hand. So let me share what... Read More »

The Power of Public Speaking

Posted on April 11th, 2017 in Articles, Tips & TricksRespond to this post »

Most people, at some point in their life, will need to stand up and speak in front of a group of people. However, for many individuals, standing up in public and doing a speech is one of their greatest fears. If you get nervous when speaking in front of large groups, know that you are not alone. Psychologists attribute our phobia of public speaking to our fear of being ostracised from a group, which thousands of years ago meant imminent death by a large predator. However, with preparation, practice, and experience, people can overcome their fear, build confidence, and deliver memorable speeches.

The Importance of Public Speaking

In our modern world, the ability to present to... Read More »

Youth Forum: Refugees and Migrants in the New Media

Posted on April 4th, 2017 in EventsRespond to this post »

Better representation of migrants and refugees in the new media, increased youth media literacy and more initiatives for the promotion of diversity and integration were some of the main conclusions of the second Youth Forum “Refugees and Migrants in the New Media in South-East Europe and Central Europe”.

The realization of the event was also generously supported by the Visegrad Fund and the Central European Initiative (CEI). The Forum was organized by the Association for Education Mladiinfo International in partnership with Mladiinfo Slovakia, Mladiinfo Czech Republic, Mladiinfo Poland and DemNet Hungary. More than 60 young researchers, journalists and activists from around 15 countries shared their views on the ongoing migrant and refugee crisis, presented their own field... Read More »

Dreamers Teach You How to Live Your Life

Posted on March 30th, 2017 in Articles, My StoryRespond to this post »

A dreamer. A believer. An achiever. The man, who influenced my life and made me who I am today, and who deserves his story to be heard. I want to share a story about the most important and loved man in my life. My grandfather.

I have spent my entire life without a father, and if anyone has ever been close to a fatherly role and figure in my life it was my granddad. We shared the grief and lack of an important figure in our lives since he grew up without his mother. I believe this mutual understanding of a loss or absence of someone we needed and wanted close to us, was exactly what created... Read More »