September 17 2019
How many of us have a fear of speaking in public?  The word “speaking” is easy enough to understand, but the word “public” is a little more complex in the equation.  Public can be anything from a one-on-one conversation with a friend to speaking in front of thousands at the Rose Bowl. Alhough some theorists believe that the principles of public speaking remain the same regardless of... Read more >
September 16 2019
Prom is an unforgettable experience that you do not want to miss. Tests come and go, but memories like this last forever!  We all know that proms can be expensive, especially once you add up all the little details. This is why the University of New York in Prague wants to contribute CZK 25,000 (960 Euro) to one lucky high school – enough for you to book an awesome band, professional... Read more >
September 16 2019
TEDxUNYP is just around the corner, and this year could not be more exciting!  Our TEDxUNYP community is growing, and this year’s event will be the biggest and best yet. We will have a new venue, larger audiences, TED Circles, new swag and much more!  This July, TEDxUNYP went to Edinburgh, Scotland for the official TED Summit. Our representation at the TED Summit qualified TEDxUNYP... Read more >
September 12 2019
The University of New York in Prague has always been committed to preparing young people to succeed in a global economy, and this commitment is now taking on an extra dimension as UNYP enters into a brand-new partnership with Junior Achievement in the Czech Republic. “We are proud to be aligned with Junior Achievement in the Czech Republic, one of the largest organizations operating in the... Read more >
June 20 2019
Ever get the feeling that you are being misjudged as a student? That the cards are stacked against you? That you are being falsely accused of inappropriate behavior? Taking the other side’s perspective into consideration is one key to success. We asked some communication and media faculty about typical differences of perspective on sticky issues between professors and students – their answers may... Read more >


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