Sylvia Plottová: there are more students than ever on the English-language programme–it’s great that people are finally travelling again after covid!

NEWTON will be represented in a delegation to Taiwan. This mission is important to support democratic values, says Anna Plechatá Krausová

I love kickboxing, I would never leave it, says world number one Míša Góralczyková

Michaela Góralczyk has been practicing martial arts since she was a child. No wonder, her dad owns a martial arts club where she practically grew up since she was 6 years old. She was into jui jitsu, but then she tried kickboxing, which became her lifelong love. Today she is one of the top 8 in the world in this sport and is preparing for the prestigious European Games.

Anna Plechatá Krausová: Essay writing is the art of persuasion!

How to bring your business idea to life

Alexandra Zhereb: lots of business students aren’t interested in research, but they should be!

Jacek Alinski: students should be encouraged to think and be curious – not only to memorise theory.

Entrepreneur must believe in their products, says Petr Herian

Jerome Dumetz: studying in English is not as hard as you think!

When I was 18, boys were amazed that I could drive! I’m using TikTok to break stereotypes

NEWTON joins AACSB - prestigious international business school association

A pandemic has changed the world forever. How to find new business opportunities?

I was just a number in the system in high school, says Kamila Sýkorová

The NEWTON-backed organisation helping young people from children’s homes to find their feet in the world

Anna Plechata Krausova: Studying at NEWTON will open doors to the rest of the world for our students

“Managers are psychologists on the front line,” affirms senior lecturer Ambrozová

Students Michael Topinka and Šimon Weiss make T-shirts that are reminiscent of Czech history

Student Immanuel Adenubi: Innovations have swallowed the most money in our business

“I recommend doing business with friends, however, you have to set clear values,” says Lumír Kunz