Working Environment






Working Environment

The future is a broad field. Well. But what is going to happen now? Is studying right for me? Which job suits to me? Here people are talking how they enter into employment. And as you can see, the ways are rich in variety.


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    Where music brings us to

    [Taschkent | Usbekistan] First there is the love of music. Second there are tryouts, new teacher and changing circumstances of life. Tamara Sinelnikowa went her own way through the Uzbek education system.More ...

    An artistic way from Almaty to New York.

    [Almaty | Kazakhstan] Aigerim Kapar describes in this article the influence of modern art to her education and how modern art changed her life. A fascinating journey from Kazakhstan to New York.More ...

    Virtual Learning

    [Moscow | Russia] Each of us knows this specific situation - boredom in school. Elia Kabanov had a lot of problems to find the right way for his live after leaving school in the Soviet Union, until he discovered online lectures of universities. Why there are important for the future and what the relation to the “matrix”-movie is, one can read here.More ...

    Training the willpower

    [Berlin | Germany] In Germany, students have very comfortable conditions for studies, but the requirements are strict, and the large amount of the learning material leaves them with no chances to relax, while the entire system of education is aimed at forming a personality with a firm character and independent judgment. More ...

    Who graduated with more honors

    [Kiev | Ukraine] Anna Grabarskaya about how the theory of education correlates with the practice of real life. And what is the value of a red (any) diploma.More ...

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