I can openly call myself a creative human being. I enjoy anything that forces me to be productive. I am not afraid of the word adventure. I moved to Scotland at the age of 19 to pursue my dream and do my bachelor in sports journalism. Throughout my studies, I have learned not only, how to be a journalist, but also how to be responsible in my new adult life.
Studies at UWS (University of the West of Scotland) were an exceptional adventure, during which I learned journalism from the practical point of view. From hear one, we were thrown into deep water. We were asked to do interview, film and record stories, edit our videos and voice packages. During our Newsweek practice classes, we worked as online/Radio/TV journalists.
During these four years, I was able to be part of "Girls do Sports" Scottish National Programme. I was also an intern in both Scottish and Polish local newspapers.
After I graduated, I moved to Brussels, Belgium, to do my Masters degree in Journalism and Politics in Europe, which I will graduate from in December (finished all my classes, just waiting for the graduation).
Recently I moved to Warsaw and started a job at media agency.