Time to sum up! Enjoying the last moments of the school year
On May 30, a farewell party “Capitan Morgan” was held for graduates of the annual education course of the International Union of Youth in an unusual restaurant located right on the Vltava River. The party was held in the circle of new-found friends and coordinators who have already become BFF for our students and who cared about the welfare of students throughout the program.
We are sorry to let you go, but, despite the fact that the time is running out, none of us are sad, because we used the time spent in Prague in a full spectrum and with maximum benefit. In addition to studying we managed to get to know each other well and get a lot of pleasant impressions from events and tours not only in Prague, but also outside the Czech Republic – those who wished could go to Vienna, Dresden or Berlin and to purchase not only souvenirs, but also gain new memories of these days spent with the new impressions, for a lifetime!
At the party, the students exchanged contacts to stay in touch and after the end of the program, one more time enjoyed Czech cuisine and specially prepared dessert. They also took part in the solemn ceremony of presenting special certificates from MSM with sweet bonuses for the most diligent students who during the year showed themselves as the most active and motivated participants in the program.
They say that all good things end sooner or later, but graduates of MSM are just on beginning of their life way! Despite the fact that the school year has ended, there will be a whole summer ahead, full of new surprises and impressions! We look forward to seeing you in again and sincerely hope that you will remember this trip with the most pleasant feelings.
Below we offer to look through the full photo report “A farewell party”- do not forget to save your favorite photos to send to your friends and relatives. Remember that we also have Instagram, which covers the latest news of student life of MSM – we are always in touch!
MSM does not say “Goodbye!”, We say “See you!”