4 June 2011

Internship in UBS Bank in London

PEXIM Foundation is very proud to announce that Marko Jevremovic, one of the recipients of PEXIM Cambridge Scholarship for 2010, has been offered a place as […]
11 April 2011

European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Placement

PEXIM Foundation is very proud to announce that Ivana Mateska, one of the recipients of PEXIM Cambridge Scholarship for 2010, will spend some time in the […]
24 February 2011

Protocol on scholarships to Cambridge students signed

On 24 February 2011, Minister of Youth and Sport in the Government of Serbia, Snezana Samardzic Markovic, and founder and President of the PEXIM Foundation, Mihail […]
28 November 2010

PEXIM Foundation Pays a Visit to Cambridge

On November 26 and 27, 2010, the President of PEXIM Foundation, Mihail Petreski, and Executive Director, Ana Brnabic, visited the University of Cambridge to meet with […]
19 November 2010

Serbia’s Fund for Young Talents Grants Scholarships to PEXIM Cambridge Scholars

On November 17, 2010, the Government of Serbia Fund for Young Talents released the list of candidates which will be provided scholarships to study abroad in […]
15 October 2010

Kapital: Interview with Mihail Petreski, Founder of PEXIM and Vice President of Asseco

Mihail Petreski is known to the Macedonian public as the founder of PEXIM.  Two years ago, PEXIM got new owners.  Its founder decided that the company […]
2 October 2010

Start of the Semester

Five recipients of PEXIM Cambridge Scholarships – two from Serbia and three from Macedonia – arrived to Cambridge in time to attend official start of the […]
17 September 2010

Kapital – Interview with Michael O’Sullivan, Director of COT: We want to see more Macedonians in Cambridge

The desire of the businessman Mihail Petreski to contribute to the development of his country by helping talented young people to study at the prestigious Cambridge […]
4 September 2010

MOU Signed between COT and PEXIM Foundation

On Saturday, September 4, 2010, during the press conference organized by Nikola Todorov, Minister of Education in the Government of Macedonia, Michael O’Sullivan and Mihael Petreski […]