Nicu Calcea

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Nicu Calcea

Journalist, fixer
Hey! I’m Nicu, a 24-years-old journalist from the Republic of Moldova currently studying in London. I have 10 years of experience in media, including reporting, editing, multimedia and camera work. You can check some of my works on my portfolio page. Don't hesitate to contact me for further information.

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Published works.

Are We Europe: Fighting On All Fronts in Romania

Original source: Are We Europe HOW DO YOU BRING ABOUT CHANGE? Do you do it through art, or technology, or words? Do you go protest on the streets? For people like Florin Bădiță, there’s no need to choose. A self-described problem solver, Florin is a man of many hats, but his efforts all lead to […]

London Student: Londoners more likely to go to university than rest of UK

Original source: London Student Recent reports show that young people from London are more likely to go to university than those from the rest of the UK. Around 42.4 per cent of London-based 18-year-olds were admitted in higher education last year, an increase of 0.7 per cent from 2017. According to the “2018 End of […]

London Student: Is University Still Worth Enroling In?

Original source: London Student Hundreds of thousands of students enrol in universities across the UK each year. Teenagers in England and Scotland were more likely to go to university in 2018 than ever before, figures published by UCAS show. Many of them believe that a university degree will help them land better jobs. More than […]

London Student: London Universities Drop in Employability Rankings

Original source: London Student British universities continue to struggle with preparing students for the complexities of the modern job market, a new report shows. Out of the 150 best ranking universities in terms of employability in the world this year, only 10 are from the UK with just five from London. The 2011 report included […]

VoC: Who will represent Moldovans?

Original source: Voices of Change On the 7th of April, 2009, around 30,000 Moldovans watched as their parliament and the presidential building burned in what the international media would later call the first “Twitter revolution” when foreign journalists were not allowed to enter Moldova and protesters went to Twitter to inform the world about what […]

CitySpy: Wurst of Times for Prague Sausage Vendors

Original source: CitySpy Prague PRAGUE – Municipal officials have let the leases on their stalls expire, revoked their licences and imposed fines, but sausage vendors in the Czech capital’s historic centre refuse to go away. Stepping out into the bustling Wenceslas Square tourists hear the noise of the crowd, drink in the medieval architecture of […]