Dream Foundation and Coventry University seminar for the students
On 18th of November all IB students got the chance to participate in seminar about different opportunities for studying abroad. The seminar was led jointly by Dream Foundation and Coventry University.
The main topics included enrolling the universities and Cambridge English Advanced exam (CAE), study system and the differences between academic versus applied studies, curriculums and study subjects, funding, and student life in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Students also heard about personal experiences, cultural differences and myths and realities about studying abroad.
Various upcoming events and tips for finding suitable opportunities for further studies abroad were given. Students are encouraged to contact school psychologist Triin-Ketlin Siska if they have any questions or issues regarding career as well as personal life and choices.
Mental Health Week focused on mental well-being
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Students at the Model United Nations
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The first Bake Sale was a success
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Student council elections
29.03.23Recently, the student council elections took place and were marked by intense competition amongst five student candidates who presented unique