Countries’ Fun Facts

Students from EMIS come from more than thirty different countries! Here are some really fun and interesting facts you may not know about the countries your friends come from: Israel: In Tel Aviv there are more than one hundred sushi restaurants, making it the city with the most sushi restaurants after Tokyo and NYC. Palestine:... Continue Reading →

Advertisements

Advice for Applicants

Dear applicants, We all have been in this long but very exciting process of applying into EMIS. We know what it feels like and this is why we decided to come here with some few tips that may help you during the whole application process. Here are ten tips that all of us came up... Continue Reading →

YOCOPAS Overview

Day 1: The first day of YOCOPAS was full of bonding activities within the family groups. We had the chance to connect to other students from other countries by personal introduction as well as some interesting and funny activities. Then, we moved to the Cardo area for the Bkind workshop. A representative from the organisation... Continue Reading →

An Unexpected Meet at EMIS

Suzie Alexander has everything that used to be my zone of fear a few years ago: spirituality and kindness. I feared spiritual sensitiveness because it might be the root of vulnerability. I feared kindness  because sometimes, being kind equals being used. Growing up in a rat race, I have encountered many occasions when my nature... Continue Reading →

Interview with Alexander Brakel

The Konrad Adenauer Foundation is funding YOCOPAS. What is the reason for doing so? What do you find interesting in this initiative of the school? The decision was taken by my predecessor, so I cannot exactly say what his reasons were, but I am pretty sure they are the same reasons why I would fund... Continue Reading →

Go Green!

From Leonardo DiCaprio speaking about climate change on the Oscars ceremony, to Emma Watson promoting eco-friendly fashion, the global environmental movement has gained a lot of momentum and keeps accelerating. It is all underscored by a political consensus expressed in the Paris Agreements, signed by 195 countries. Only in the last few weeks, France and... Continue Reading →

Create a website or blog at WordPress.com

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: