Our grantees| Michaela Zemachová

Michaela Zemachová

* 1997

Secondary

Open Gate School, graduated in 2016

Tertiary

The University of Edinburgh, U.K., beginning 2016

E-mail:

michelle.zemach@gmail.com

Favourite subjects

Psychology, History, and English

Goals

Absorb a high-quality education from the University of Edinburgh, which will enable me to work efficiently with disadvantaged groups and to help such communities.

Interests and hobbies

Playing musical instruments, singing, theater, friends, history

Student resume

I was born in Brno, but spent most of my childhood in Jablonec nad Nisou, where I also started attending elementary school in 2003. I have played various musical instruments and sung from an early age, but secretly always longed to graduate in medicine from the Sorbonne in Paris.

I joined “prima” [the first year of an eight-year grammar school] at the Dr. Randa Grammar School in Jablonec, but when the opportunity surfaced to transfer starting in my second year, to Open Gate, I did not hesitate for a second. I spent seven years at Open Gate thanks to the generous support provided by The Kellner Family Foundation. The Foundation not only helped me acquire a unique education and graduate with a Czech school leaving certificate and an International Baccalaureate diploma, but also gave me general knowledge thanks to which I was able to develop.

Although my passion for music has not left me, my goals have changed from medicine at l’Université Paris-Sorbonne to studying Social Work at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. I am confident that this field of study will give me all I need to be able to help the people who need help most. I am therefore grateful to The Kellner Family Foundation for first helping me to pursue these goals.

Michaela Zemachová
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