November 23 2018
One of the most significant decisions that you must make when preparing to enter graduate business school is which MBA concentration most matches your career goals. Of course, MBA programs are well-known for equipping graduates with managerial skills, but they also give the opportunity to specialize in a particular industry. This is useful to students whose ambitions are more specific than simply... Read more >
July 30 2018
Yeldana Batrasheva spent most of her life studying in Europe. Originally from Kazakhstan, her family moved to the Netherlands when she was just 8 years old. She attended high school at Francis Holland School in London, and after that, she came to the University of New York in Prague, where she achieved her Bachelor’s degree in Communication and Mass Media in 2017. Now, Yeldana is not only putting... Read more >
July 03 2018
Studying in Prague can prove to be the right career choice if you want to be in business in the European Union. Prague recently ranked as the number three city in Europe for the best brain business jobs, according to a study conducted by the Nordic Capital for the European Centre for Policy Reform and Entrepreneurship. Prague outranked other major European capitals such as Paris, London, and... Read more >
February 28 2018
The University of New York in Prague (UNYP), has won the Czech Superbrands award for the third year in a row. “Three years recognized for excellence in our marketing as well as our reputation is a great honor.  This is possible because our staff and our students strive for excellence at every opportunity,” commended Mark Anderson, Marketing Director of UNYP.  The title is awarded by a... Read more >
January 29 2018
We’ve all been there – the captive audience of a presenter who shows a long Powerpoint presentation, reads from hundreds of slides and at the end hauls out the classic phrase “I hope you don’t feel tired…!” This is invariably the same presenter who started the presentation with the dread words “I will try to keep it short,” before speaking at great length. When he asks for questions at the end... Read more >


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