Alumni

March 27 2017
How do you get into a better mood? How long do you allow yourself to feel negative? Did you know that you can influence the duration of your frustration? If you do not want to wallow in negative emotions for a long time, I will give you some tips on how you can improve your mood.   It can happen that as we get older, the range of emotions with which we are able to describe our feelings... Read more >
March 21 2017
University of New York in Prague is organizing our annual Career Week on the 3rd – 6th April 2017. UNYP Career Week contains many events to help our bachelors and even masters students students prepare for their career after finishing their university program or even to find internships during their studies. Career week at UNYP is also open to Alumni on both sides of the table, as it could be a... Read more >
February 27 2017
Two UNYP alumni  (Tereza Mejzlíková and Jindra Marková /Pitáková/), statistician Jana Maliňáková from NÚDZ and UNYP professor (Marek Preiss) are preparing presentations for the European Congress of Psychology, which will be held in Amsterdam, July 2017. They will present three lectures, the first one on integrity and related constructs based upon the study of blue-collar professions (Tereza... Read more >
February 27 2017
It is getting increasingly more difficult to outline trends for the next ten or twenty years, but thanks to the world’s growing interconnection it is now easier to determine what is in store for us in the short term. Here are ten trends which might shape 2017 as defined by the Havas communication agency, brought to you by Martin Pavlicek, Communication and Mass media faculty member.... Read more >
February 09 2017
Pavel Podruh was living in the fast lane when he was in his late 20s. He had graduated from University of New York in Prague with bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration and International Management and was splitting his time between singing in a fairly successful band and acting as a brand manager for Gambrinus Excelent. Then something snapped. “Suddenly it started to be really... Read more >

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