Different perspectives

CEEPUS – The Freemover Scholarship Program

02/06/2012 11:51
Would you believe me if I told you that I had spent the last year and a half abroad? I guess you probably would; it’s not that a big of a deal when you’re a young person in Europe. Would it be harder to believe that I spent that time studying at three different...

Studying Translation and Interpretation in Poland

16/03/2012 14:22
Last year there was a broad discussion among the students of our department regarding the way our study programme is structured. Students complained about too many "useless subjects" and too few practical translation/interpreting courses and came up with many...

My experience learning English at the University of Porto, Portugal by Zuzana Maderová

09/10/2011 09:57
Everybody knows that the best way to learn a foreign language is to go to a country where the language is spoken. That's why in my first year I checked what scholarships are available for students who would like to spend a term or two abroad. I study English in...

Some Thoughts On Korean Education System by Sue Jean Joe

07/10/2010 20:47
In November each year, Korean students sit for a college entrance examination. For many of them, it is a decisive moment which can determine their future and the universities they can go to. As such, the examination is an issue of utmost importance to...

Australian and Slovak Universities compared by Peter Barrer

17/09/2010 22:05
I have been at Comenius for nearly a year now, and I am probably still acclimatizing to the peculiarities of university life here. While superficially similar, the student experience in Slovakia is actually very different to university life in my homeland. ...