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What is "European Solidarity Corps" ?

Are you between 18 and 30 and looking for an opportunity to help the wider community, in Europe and beyond?

You could do this with funding and support from the European Solidarity Corps, which helps young people take part in projects that benefit communities, either abroad or in their own country.

These projects offer an inspiring and empowering experience, as well as the chance to bring change while developing your skills and competences.

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Работилница на тема: „Плурализам и разноликост“

Работилница на тема: „Плурализам и разноликост“

Во секое општество има различни вредности и начини на живеење. Некои општества не ја прифаќаат разноликоста – ги тераат сите да ја следат „официјалната“ патека. Но, слободата да се живее животот како што секој сака е основен аспект на човековите права.

Turkish Education System

The Turkish education system is divided into three stages as 12 years of compulsory education. The first level is four-year primary school (1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th grades), the second level is four-year secondary school (5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grades), and the third level is four-year high school (9. 10. 11 . and 12th grade) was organized as. Primary education consists of four-year compulsory primary schools, four-year compulsory secondary schools and imam-hatip secondary schools that allow choice between different programs. In secondary schools and imam-hatip secondary schools, elective courses are created according to the abilities, development and preferences of the students in a way to support high school education.

It covers all general, vocational and technical education institutions based on primary education, providing four-year compulsory, formal or non-formal education. Those who graduate from these schools are given a secondary education diploma. Secondary education consists of high schools that implement various programs. Schools that focus on a certain program are given names that determine the branches of education such as high school, technical high school and agricultural vocational high school.

Secondary education institutions providing education in different categories in Turkey are as follows:

General High School:

All students who have completed eight years of secondary education can attend these schools. High school graduates take the Higher Education Institutions Exam (YKS), which consists of the Basic Proficiency Test (TYT), and optionally the Field Proficiency Test (AYT) and Foreign Language Test (YDT) sessions to be placed in universities.

Vocational High School:

Vocational high school graduates can attend vocational high schools without examination. Vocational high schools can be grouped as Technical, Communication, Health, Hotel Management and Tourism, Teacher, Maritime Vocational High Schools. These high schools may require plus one more year of study.

Anatolian High School:

These are high schools where foreign language courses are given predominantly and foreign language preparatory class is taught for one year in some Anatolian high schools. Course hours are higher than in regular high schools; There are options for a second foreign language. Like Galatasaray High School, Kadıköy Anatolian High School, Istanbul High School (Istanbul Boys High School).

Science High School:

These are high schools for students with special interests and talents in Science. In these schools, students are trained to place them in the Science fields of universities.

Imam-Hatip High School:

They are educational institutions that apply both vocational and higher education preparatory programs within the secondary education system opened by the Ministry of National Education in order to train the personnel responsible for the fulfillment of religious services such as imamate, oratorship and Quran course teaching.

Fine Arts High School:

These are high schools opened to raise children with special interests and skills in Fine Arts from an early age.

Private high school:

Also called colleges, some of them are foreign-based high schools such as Robert College, Saint Joseph High School, Austrian High School, where education is in a foreign language in courses such as Mathematics and Science, the tuition fee is high and admission is difficult.

Those who have completed high school or its equivalent are eligible to be candidates for entry to higher education institutions. In order to enter the university, students are required to get a certain score from the Higher Education Entrance Examination (YGS) and Undergraduate Placement Examination (LYS) conducted by the Measurement Selection and Placement Center (ÖSYM) and the Higher Education Institution (YÖK). The scores obtained from the YGS and LYS exams and the total score obtained from the high school grade point averages are the determining factors in their placement in undergraduate programs. After entering YGS, some universities sometimes hold a special talent exam. However, this requirement may vary by university and faculty.

The higher education system in Turkey consists of universities, high technology institutes, vocational higher schools and other education institutes (military and police academies):

Associate Degree

Vocational high school graduates can transfer to vocational higher schools without examination. However, in order to transfer from regular high schools to vocational higher schools, it is necessary to get a certain score from the Higher Education Transition Examination (YGS). The education period of vocational high schools is two years. Some vocational schools have foreign language preparatory classes. Students who successfully complete their two-year education can pass the Vertical Transfer Exam (DGS) and transfer to universities that offer four-year undergraduate education.

To earn a bachelor's degree, it is necessary to complete four years of study at a university. However, for professional branches such as Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Law and Veterinary, it is necessary to complete a training period ranging from five to six years.

Master's Degree

Upon completion of undergraduate education, students who complete a two-year master's program with or without thesis are awarded a master's degree. Master's programs with thesis generally require at least 21 credits and writing a thesis. Non-thesis master's programs are programs that can be completed in 1.5 years, require at least 30 credits and a term project.

PhD Degree

Those who have a bachelor's or master's degree can apply to doctoral programs. In doctoral programs, it is necessary to take at least 7 courses and 21 credits and pass the proficiency exam. Students who successfully pass their courses and proficiency exam write a thesis and defend their thesis orally before the thesis committee.

Specialization in Medicine

Medical specialization degree is a doctorate-equivalent specialization degree obtained in medical faculties, hospitals and research hospitals. Graduates of medical faculties take the Medical Specialization Examination (TUS) in different branches of medicine to become specialists in medicine. Specialist candidates are required to present a thesis and defend their thesis before the committee.

Proficiency in Art

It is a degree equivalent to a doctorate, which is attained after graduating from a faculty or college, by taking an exam in that branch of art and producing a work of art and a scientific work.

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Креативна работилница по повод Прочка

Креативна работилница по повод Прочка

Еден од главните елементи на Прочка е маскирањето и преоблекувањето. Според обичајот, за Велики поклади порано се маскирале само мажите, а маските требало да бидат што пострашни и посмешни.

Turkish Health System

High quality health services are provided in Turkey. With the provision "Everyone has the right to social security" in the Constitution of the Republic of Turkey, the Republic of Turkey, which is a social state, provides access to health services for all its citizens. Both public and private health services are easily accessible and affordable.

Revolutionary steps taken in the field of health as well as in many other fields in Turkey in recent years have made Turkey stand out in health services across the world. While the health infrastructure was rapidly improved, the bed capacity was increased with the newly opened health centers. The increase in the number of physicians specializing in different fields with the modernization of medical education has increased Turkey's level of expertise in many new fields, from eye and heart surgery to aesthetics.

High service quality; Being able to reach 1.5 billion people in 3 different continents within a 4-hour flight distance, its geographical and strategic location and temperate climate make Turkey stand out in the field of health worldwide.

One of the most important factors that brings Turkey to the top in health services is the expertise and experience of physicians. With the effect of the general understanding and the education system in Turkey, the first choice of intelligent and successful students is usually medical faculties. On the other hand, due to the population density and structure, the number and diversity of cases encountered by doctors in their fields of expertise is quite high compared to many developed countries. This increases the opportunity for "on-the-job training" for doctors and provides an opportunity for significant experience. These two cases ensure the high quality of medical personnel in Turkey.

We can summarize the points that make Turkey a center of attraction in health services and provide advantages compared to other countries:

• Health service above world standards
• Strong health technology infrastructure and high bed capacity
• Number of accredited health institutions and organizations
• Number of specialist physicians in different fields
• Advanced technology treatment methods
• Competitive price level
• Personalized treatment methods
• Foreign language speaking service personnel
• Short waiting times
• Complementary and alternative medicine opportunities in addition to traditional medicine methods

All these features attract tourists visiting the country for health purposes or people who want to maintain a healthy life after retirement and benefit from high quality health services.

Turkey has made a name for itself in the world with its 42 private hospitals in 13 countries. The number of Turkish hospitals in the world rises to 54 with the Republic of Turkey building and gifting hospitals to 12 countries.

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Онлајн работилница: „Мојата бизнис идеја“

Онлајн работилница: „Мојата бизнис идеја“

На 12.03.2021г тимот на Младински Совет Прилеп, одржа онлајн работилница на тема „Мојата бизнис идеја“, на којашто учествуваа млади од локалното население.

Celebrations in Turkey

There are nine celebrations in Turkey. Seven of them are national holidays and the other two are religious holidays.


1 January New Year's Eve

Until 00:00 on the night of December 31, everyone is eating, dancing and having fun. It is celebrated for the arrival of the new year. Then the fun and celebration continues.

23 April National Sovereignty and Children's Day

It was gifted to the children of the world by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder and first president of the Republic of Turkey. While it aims to celebrate the opening of the Turkish Grand National Assembly, which established the Republic of Turkey, taking the sovereignty from the sultan and giving it to the people, Children's Day aims to delight the poor children who were orphaned during the war in a spring festival environment. The tradition of accepting children to the office, which started with Atatürk, continues today in the form of children replacing the civil servants at the head of state institutions for a short time.

1 May Labor and Solidarity Day

It is the day of unity, solidarity and struggle against injustice, celebrated by workers and workers around the world. In many countries around the world, it is considered a public holiday. It was officially celebrated in Turkey for the first time in 1923.

19 May Commemoration of Atatürk, Youth and Sports Day

On May 19, 1919, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk landed in Samsun on the Bandırma Ferry, and this is considered the day the Turkish War of Independence started against the occupation of the Allied Powers. Atatürk gifted this holiday to Turkish youth.

15 July Democracy and National Unity Day

A group of soldiers, organized under the name of the Peace at Home Council within the Turkish Armed Forces, attempted a coup against the 65th Turkish Government and the Turkish President on July 15, 2016. On the morning of July 16, the coup attempt was suppressed as a result of the operations carried out by the personnel of the Turkish Armed Forces and the General Directorate of Security. As a result of the events, 248 people (180 civilians, 62 policemen, 6 soldiers) who opposed the coup lost their lives.

30 August Victory Day

It is an official and national holiday celebrated on August 30 every year in Turkey and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus to commemorate the Great Offensive that ended in victory under Atatürk's command in Dumlupınar on August 30, 1922.

29 October Republic Day

The proclamation of the Republic was declared in Ankara with 101 artillery shells and it was celebrated in a festive mood all over the country, especially in Ankara, between October 29 and October 30, 1923. Then, 29 October was declared as Republic Day.

Eid Ramadan

Eid prayers are performed in mosques on the first day of Eid al-Fitr. After the Eid prayer, people celebrate each other's Eid by visiting their friends and relatives during the Eid. During these visits, cologne, sweets and sweets are usually served.

Eid Adha

It is a religious holiday celebrated by Muslims for four days. In this holiday, meat is distributed to the poor, children are given holiday allowance, family elders and friends are visited.


Public holidays in Turkey are basically divided into two groups as national holidays and general holidays. The only national holiday in the country is Republic Day. Public holidays include official and religious holidays. official holidays; National Sovereignty and Children's Day, Commemoration of Atatürk, Youth and Sports Day and Victory Day. Religious holidays are the Sacrifice and Ramadan Feasts. Other public holidays are New Year's Day, Labor and Solidarity Day, and Democracy and National Unity Day.

The characteristics of these holidays celebrated in a festive atmosphere in cities and towns; military parades, torch regiments, etc. Segmen, zeybeks and other folk dance teams participate in "official" performances with their special clothes. However, after the official demonstrations are over due to these holidays, the entertainments organized by the workers and tradesmen among themselves in the government or municipality square until late at night in some places add a different meaning to these festivities.

Drum and zurna teams also participate in these entertainments. Whereas in Anatolian towns each place plays its own games, in big cities such as Istanbul and Ankara, the entertainments look like a kind of "folk dance festival" since different groups attend these meetings with their performances. In many places, after official ceremonies, wrestling, races and other kinds of competitions are held in the meadows, which are considered as the place of feast.

In the past years, political parties organized entertainments with drums and zurnas on official holidays, ensuring that the holidays were more lively, on the other hand, they entered a competition environment with other parties. Thus, festive traditions have also had their share of change.

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Работилница на тема: „Моите цели - II дел“

Работилница на тема: „Моите цели - II дел“

На 01.03.2021год, во просториите на МСП се беше спроведен вториот дел од работилницата на тема: „Моите цели“

Structure and Meaning Features of Common Words Used in Turkish and Macedonian

Turkish and Macedonian belong to two different language families. Turkish, Ural-Altaic; Macedonian is a member of the Indo-European-Slavic language group. Despite this difference, there are many common words in the context of language relations. Words are one of the basic elements of languages. It is possible to evaluate the relations between languages through word partnership in many ways. This situation, which can be examined in terms of non- linguistic relations as well as intra-linguistic relations, contributes to gaining an idea about the relations of language speakers in history, and also creates an important infrastructure for some future plans. Turkish and Macedonian, which have historically a common geography, politics, culture and sociological relationship, have a large number of common words that have entered their dictionaries today. Although individual studies on the subject are not yet at a sufficient level, the approaches put forward with various intentions provide sufficient data that the subject should be handled with a scientific perspective. In this article, the words used in common in Turkish and Macedonian are examined in terms of their structure and meaning features. Each language has its own structural (morphological) and semantic (semantic) functioning. In this study, the structure and meaning features of the common words of Turkish and Macedonian are emphasized and presented to the attention of language researchers. On the other hand, the reflection of non-linguistic developments (geography, politics, culture and sociology, etc.) on intra-language (phonetics, morphology, semantics, etc.) relations in different language families has been tried to be revealed.

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Радио Пулс: „Зависности кај млади за време на пандемија“

Радио Пулс: „Зависности кај млади за време на пандемија“

На 04.03.2021, Радио „ПУЛС“ ја емитуваше програмата на тема: „Зависности кај млади за време на пандемија“.
Како гостин во емисијата беше поканета Ангела Кочоска, активна млада средношколка, истовремено и волонтер во МСП

Milan Fashion Week

Milan Fashion Week

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Resilient schools for resilient communities

Resilient schools for resilient communities

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