After final exams, high school graduates face a huge number of higher education institutions. Regardless of whether you decided on staying in your country or traveling to a different continent, a sudden thought knocks on your mind… what about gap year?

Bill Gates gives high school graduates a piece of advise: what to study to achieve success? If you haven't seen it yet, let us remind you that a year ago, through Twitter, Bill Gates gave some valuable advice to all those who would like to follow his achievements in the future. So according to Microsoft's co-founder, what is worth studying to succeed and at the same time contribute to making the world a better place?

On the Internet, you can find hundreds or even thousands of tutorials about choosing where to study, whose authors try to convince that absolutely ALL should go to university without any exceptions. In a fact, higher education does allow us to acquire thorough knowledge and specific, practical skills, but is it really the right choice for everyone? Who should not go to university, then? What are the other paths of professional development? We have decided to check it ...

The European Language Description System is a way of assessing the level of foreign language skills adopted by the Council of Europe. It is used, among others, by schools, universities, state institutions, commissions of official language certificates. If you do not know yet, check how you are assessed by specialists.

It is very close to the end of secondary school education... Immediately after that, the secondary school-leaving exam and decision about further education. How will it look like? Applying a big simplification: for the next three years you will ...be studying ... and if you choose a unified master's degree program, you will be doing so for even the next 5 consecutive years. Ensure, therefore, there is some care taken to study what you are really interested in and to be certain how you see your future career. How to make the right choice?