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Paris is not a city shaped by its students. Yet it is thrilling to live up to the challenges caused by the rapidity and the stress of this metropolis and the pressure your studies put on you. You will love it and in the end you will be surprised by how much Paris has shaped you...In this issue Adrian Pfaff, a student at Science Po.
Europe comes with chances but also with challenges - on top of an excellent (academic) education, one needs so-called "soft" skills for Europe's 21st century. The top-executive coach provides insights on how to keep pace with the world today without losing nerves or fun in life. Book tips included. Lesson 3: Start with the end in mind!
Getting up early in the morning to be the fastest, the best, the winner of the rat race... Are you sure you're on the right track? Follow this interview series to see backstage and find out how business is done and what it really wants. In this issue: Petr
Our protagonists studied in their home country but then decided to work in another part of Europe. Although it was difficult for their family and friends to understand, they knew it was the right decision - and they were brave enough to follow their dreams. E&M third guest: Lee Clough, a passionate artist.
Madrid, Berlin, Brussels - our columnist Juan Guateque meets young
professionals who have radically changed their way of life or taken advantage
of Europe's possibilities. What is hidden between the lines of their CVs? This
time, follow a Dutch consultant who took a break from work to travel across all
the European countries.