On January 25th 2020, in the capital of Ukraine, in our Kiev office of the International Union of Youth, an educational seminar was held on the theme “All the nuances of education in Europe”, which was attended by graduates and university students, schoolchildren of 10-11 grades and their parents.
Studying abroad is a serious deliberate step, so before you go to study, you need to thoroughly understand all nuances. At the seminar “All the nuances of education in Europe” the MSM specialists talked about the most relevant topics:
- Conditions and stages of admission to universities for undergraduate and graduate programs;
- The most popular specialties in the Czech Republic;
- Features of admission to medicine, law, information technology and economics;
- Preparatory programs for admission to leading Czech state universities on a budget;
Diplomas of Czech universities are quoted in all countries of Europe, the USA and Canada, therefore, after studying, a whole world full of opportunities opens up for students.
Special attention was paid to the vocational guidance unit. Specialist of educational programs, Maria Purdyk, told how to make the right choice and find a profession that will appeal to you and will not get bored for many years. Participants in the seminar “All the nuances of education in Europe” had the opportunity to take the test on career guidance for free.
At the end of the seminar, the speakers answered all the remaining questions of the guests. Many were interested in summer programs, which provide an excellent opportunity to see the country and local universities with their own eyes, as well as to learn a foreign language.
The MSM team thanks all the guests for the meeting and wishes everyone to realize all their dreams!
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