The University of Edinburgh
Open Gate graduate
I was born in Říčany where I attended elementary school at the first level. Then I joined the first year (prima) of the Open Gate eight-year grammar school, winning a unique chance to complete my education with both the Czech school leaving exam and the International Baccalaureate. Having taken both exams offered me a broader view of the world and motivated me to study sustainable development abroad.
When I was a high-school student I was not sure what I wanted to do in the future, and so I tried out as many activities as possible in order to find out the right thing for me. I participated in the debating league, gave remedial classes to students in both academic subjects and swimming, and took part in and completed all the levels of The Duke of Edinburgh Award. Among other things I also spent a lot of time and effort travelling – my last big trip was a one-month volunteering project in India.
Open Gate Grammar School, graduated in 2017
The University of Edinburgh, Sustainable Development, a four-year MA program, beginning 2017
Protect the environment and help create better conditions for future generations as well as focusing on environmentally acceptable solutions to problems in developing countries.
Art, reading, sports, environmental protection
Saint Martin’s …duck?
Strikes and the pandemic
The Meadows Share
Conservation within one conversation (about climate change)
English or Czech?
28th October 2018
A big move?
Faculty of Education, Charles University
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