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  • Blog

    01/12/12: Alter-Ego trip to Pérouges: Winter has arrived!

    Alter-Ego trip to Pérouges: Winter has arrived! Saturday 1 December 2012 Last week, I decided to sign up for the trip to Pérouges, the medieval town, organised by the university for foreign students. There had been other trips during the semester but it is often quite...

    0 by Amy in Erasmus blog Lyon, 3 years ago
  • Experience

    Erasmus experience in Frankfurt, Germany by Jeanne

    Why did you choose Frankfurt, Germany? I chose to go to Germany because German is my second language, and I wanted to improve my level. Also, I have already been to Frankfurt during an exchange and I liked it a lot. How long was your stay? How much grant did you receive...

  • Blog

    Life in Lyon: André Allix residency: Inside the building

    Life in Lyon: André Allix residency: Inside the building Like the article I wrote about the André Allix residency, I have divided the article into smaller sections. They are: The reception The laundrette Other important places in André Allix The reception My first...

    0 by Amy in Erasmus blog Lyon, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    26/01/2013: Trip out to Alter-Ego in Nîmes (Part 1)

    Alter-Ego Nîmes: Saturday 26th January 2013 It was finally time for the Alter-Ego trip to Nîmes that the head of the International Relations department at Lyon 2 had organised. For foreign students like me, it was a good chance to see more of France and I was really...

    0 by Amy in Erasmus blog Lyon, 3 years ago
  • Experience

    Erasmus experience in Napes, Italy by Lucía

    Why did you choose to go to Naples, Italy? I could choose between Parma and Naples and in the end I decided on Naples because I knew a friend going there for her Erasmus, because initially I liked both options. How long was the placement? How much grant did you receive...

    0 by Amy in Erasmus experiences Naples, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    Life in Lyon: André Allix residency, the room and the building

    Life in Lyon: André Allix residency, the room and the building This long article tells my experience in the André Allix residency and the reasons why I chose to live there. This article aims to highlight the differences between university residencies in England and in...

    0 by Amy in Erasmus blog Lyon, 3 years ago
  • Experience

    Pamplona, so much diversity!

    Since I am a native to this city, I will introduce Pamplona. For starters, if there is something special about Navarra, it is its enormous variety in such a small community. In less than 1 hour, you can travel through the deserted landscape (such as the Bardenas, where...

    0 by Amy in Erasmus experiences Pamplona, 3 years ago
  • Experience

    Experience in Trondheim, Norway

    Why did you choose to go to Trondheim, Noruega? I was looking for a radical change as to what I'm used to here in Murcia and for the courses that would be taught in English. Also, it was able to go there. At first I had no idea where Trondheim was on the map, but now I...

    0 by Amy in Erasmus experiences Trondheim, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    Public transport: Krakow

    As we arrive in the beautiful city of Krakow, one thing we struggle to believe is the amount of different public transport methods available... Probably, one of the most well known forms of public transport in the city is the tram. The trams, that have been running for...

    0 by Amy in Erasmus blog Krakow, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    Nightlife in Huelva

    Huelva, despite being a small town, has a good night life for both minors and adults. When I was about 16 years old, Alameda was the most popular night club, then it was renamed Consorcio and now it is called Consorcio white. While most clubs in other cities in Spain...

    0 by Amy in Erasmus blog Huelva, 3 years ago
  • Experience

    Erasmus experience in Kaunas, Lithuania, by Carmen

    Why did you choose to go to Kaunas, Lithuania? I didn't want to go somewhere that typical Erasmus students go to (UK, France, Italy), I wanted to travel to a country that was completely different, to discover a new culture, and above all, travel. Kaunas and Lithuania...

    0 by Amy in Erasmus experiences Kaunas, 3 years ago
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    Erasmus experience in Linköping, Sweeden

    Why did you choose to go to Linköping, Sweden? I wanted to find a country where I could practice my English but without being surrounded by English natives, so that I could practice with people that didn't have such a high level so it wouldn't be as difficult. In the...

    0 by Amy in Erasmus experiences Linköping, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    Seville Centre

    So, the 'centre of Seville' is a very wide topic so I'm going to talk about it in sections. Apart from most of the streets in Andalusian cities looking the same, the streets in Seville are unique, like the whole city really. You can start your tour at the Plaza de...

    0 by Amy in Erasmus blog Sevilla, 3 years ago
  • Place

    Paris Saint-German Football Stadium

    Parc de Princes, as the stadium is known, was built on the outskirts of the city, outside of the ring road. It is located 4 kilometres south-west of the Eiffel Tower, and less than 1 kilometre south of the Bois de Boulogne and the tennis complex Roland Garros. If...

    by Amy in What to see Paris, 3 years ago
  • Experience

    Erasmus experience in Vilna, Lithuania by Jordi

    Source Why did you choose to go to Vilnius, Lithuania? I chose Vilnius because it was the most far away destination that my university offered me. As well, I had never thought about visiting Lithuania (and never thought that I would live there for a while). So I just...

    0 by Amy in Erasmus experiences Vilnius, 3 years ago
  • Experience

    Erasmus in Montpellier

    Hey! So there we are. Finally someone who is going to write about thier experience in Montpellier (and the truth is that I used to like reading some of them before I came here, but I am now happy to share my experience with you about the 3 months of my life living in...

    0 by Amy in Erasmus experiences Montpellier, 3 years ago
  • Experience

    Do you study medicine? Don't go to Warsaw

    My name in Antonio and I study medicine. I don't usually write articles like this but I have been encouraged to tell my story about my Erasmus placement in Warsaw, where I studied medicine. I do not recommend doing your Erasmus placement in Warsaw if you study medicine...

    1 by Amy in Erasmus experiences Warsaw, 3 years ago
  • Experience

    My Sicilian Experience

    I am not going to start telling you about my experience from when I first arrived at Catania airport at the end of September 2007, nor am I going to start by telling you my long journey after a long night of saying goodbyes in Madrid... No, my experience started before,...

    0 by Amy in Erasmus experiences Catania, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    Facts about North and South America

    Good evening guys! In this article, I want to talk to you about some of the most important things to consider before going to the America. Since I have already talked about the territory, I will now talk about the population, the economy, the mining, energy and...

    0 by Amy in Erasmus blog UNITA, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    Saint Étienne

    Last weekend, my friend and I went to a city close to Lyon that we had never heard of before. It was a last-minute plan, the day before, my friend sent me message asking if I was working tomorrow and I said, 'No, why? Where do you want to take me? '. And the answer was,...

    0 by Amy in Erasmus blog Saint-Etienne, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    Arriving in Cologne, the Cathedral...

    We're in Cologne Cologne is one of the biggest cities in Germany, the most populated city after Berlin, Hamburg and Munich and is located in one of the most popular areas in Europe, the Rhine-Ruhr. The city belongs to the Federal State of North Rhine-Westphalia and is...

    0 by Amy in Erasmus blog Cologne, 3 years ago
  • Place

    Benalmádena Beach

    This summer I went on holiday to Benalmádena and one of the most popular activities for everyone who goes on holiday to the coast is going to the beach, and also walking along it in the evening. It is also great to go to one of the beach bars and enjoy a refreshing...

    by Amy in What to do Malaga, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    Tips on managing your student budget

    Going to a different country, far from your home, your family and your friends, is a very enriching experience, both personally and professionally. It is an experience where you can discover a new culture, and also learn more about yourself and about life. This is...

    0 by Amy in Erasmus tips, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    How to get to Saint Nazaire

    How to get to Saint Nazaire During my whole time in Saint Nazaire, I hardly spent any time with other Spanish people. The only Spanish people I spoke to, apart from my friends that came to visit me from home, were a couple from Tarragona who were living and working in a...

    0 by Amy in Erasmus blog Saint-Nazaire, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    Getting around Saint Nazaire

    Transport in Saint Nazaire Once you get to Saint Nazaire, you have to figure out how to get around the city. As I have said in my other blog posts, Saint Nazaire is a very big city, so if you thought you could walk everywhere, good luck for seeing everything in time....

    0 by Amy in Erasmus blog Saint-Nazaire, 3 years ago

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