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How Studies at Vilnius Business College Help to Develop my Personal Qualities

“I am studying in order to gain knowledge and acquire a profession,” - most students answer when asked why are they entering college. What else do students get besides education, new friends and independent life lessons? How does learning, a process that requires willpower, motivation and the ability to concentrate affect every personality? Darius Pečiul, a sophomore in Interactive Media and Technology, shares his insights on how studying at our college has helped him - an introvert - improve his communication skills and open up his other qualities.

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New Lecturers: The College Pleasantly Surprised us

New lecturers joined the community of Vilnius Business College. How are they doing and how do they feel in college? What impressions did our students have? Has this still short work experience at our college been accompanied by personal discoveries and challenges? We already talked to a couple of new teachers, so we would like to invite you meet them here!

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Edvin Zuzanov: “College Greatly Motivates me to Learn”

“I think that if had enrolled into a university right after high school, I wouldn’t have as much motivation to learn and to study as I do now,” – says Edvin Zuzanov. The third year student of English and International Communication told us what helps him to stay motivated, what is his impression on studies so far and what thoughts had he encounter while starting the last year in our college.

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Studies and Work – Mission Possible?

What is more important in life – work or studies? This is one of the most common questions when it comes to deciding whether to start studying when you already have a job or if you still need to find one. Dominyka Sriubiškytė, a student of English and International Communication, openly and insightfully shares the discoveries that helped her to balance her studies and work. Study coordinator Jūratė Butvilė comments on the flexibility of our studies and their adaptability to each student.

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7 Tips on How to Find Out What to Study

What to study is a conundrum that many graduates face every summer. How to find what you really like and how to make your voice heard amidst the plethora of advice and inner turmoil? We interviewed Lolita Kuginienė, a psychology teacher at our college and we asked her to share some tips that will help you find your field of study or even your future profession.

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Rasa Flay: “But for Distance Learning, now I Wouldn’t be Able to Study”

Rasa Flay graduated from school 32 years ago, she now lives abroad and often changes her place of residence while traveling from one country to another. There seems to be no possibility of returning to the student seat. However, Rasa is currently taking her final spring semester exams and is happy to have learnt a lot of practical things. How did she do it?

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Teachers by Calling: What can we Learn from Them?

Do what you love and you never have to work a day in your life. A buzz phrase shared left and right by today's motivational speakers. But is doing what you love only a mantra of today? Didn't work out of calling exist before?We asked two teachers at Vilnius Business College, Irena Seniut and Skaistė Didžiulienė, what it really means to do what you love. Sincere, loved by their students and with decades of experience, the two teachers talked about how they discovered their profession, what do they learn from their students and whether they still love their work.

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THE WORLD OUTSIDE THE WINDOW

The biggest part of the spring we‘ve been staying inside, framed within our home space, glancing out of the window or – staring into the computer screen, also a kind of window, with non-ending tasks to be completed and distance studying done. Many people kept repeating (including myself) that they‘ve been rediscovering their homes.

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