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Erasmus blog Alicante

  • Erasmus Experience in Alicante, Spain by Nadia

    Why did you choose to go to Alicante, Spain? I chose to go to Alicante because the university there is known to be one of the best in the translation field but it also has some interesting classes you can take on the ADE degree course (Administración y Dirección de...

    0 by Holly, 3 months ago
  • Going shopping in Sant Vicente del Raspeig, Alicante

    Hello! A little introduction as always: my name is Nadia and I completed an Erasmus programme at the University of Alicante. To be precise, for those that don't know, the University of Alicante is located in the town of Sant Vicente del Raspeig and not in Alicante...

    0 by Ellen, 6 months ago
  • My first few days of Erasmus in Alicante!

    My first day Hola! (Hey! ) First of all, let me present myself. My name is Nadia and I am a French Erasmus student in Alicante. I am studying Applied Foreign Languages and I am going to try and tell you about all my Erasmus related adventures throughout my stay. I hope...

    0 by Emma, 2 years ago
  • Undiscovered beaches in Alicante

    Today I’m releasing a blog and I’m going to talk to you about my homeland, Alicante. Let’s be clear, Postiguet beach (Alicante) and Levante beach (Benidorm) are very good. Close to the bars, restaurants, leisure activities… with hammocks, parasols and lots of...

    0 by Lauren, 2 years ago
  • First weeks in Alicante: Surprises and life lessons

    NO. 1: I landed in Alicante at 10:15 in the morning. Full of hopes and excitement as I stepped out of the plane to see the beautiful palm trees and no clouds in the sky. I found it funny that I wasn’t that scared of being in this new place and had no problem with just...

    0 by Emilia, 3 years ago
  • First Night Out!!!

    On Thursday 1st September my housemate and I wanted to see what the nightlife was like in Alicante on a weekday. So we got dressed up and walked aimlessly down towards the city centre just waiting to see what bar/club would take our fancy. We were approached by a female...

    0 by Aggie, 4 years ago
  • Exploring the City

    We were not expecting to pay for the whole month's rent straight away and therefore had to find a secure cash point to withdraw money. The exchange rate at an ATM is atrocious! Less than 1 euro for 1 pound. We realised we didn't have the luxury of saying no, so we...

    0 by Aggie, 4 years ago
  • Meeting the Landlady

    When the driver pulled up outside our new home in the city centre we were anxious and excited that this was going to be our new home. We had driven past a Mc Donalds and KFC so we knew we wouldn't starve and that we were in a good area! But upon trying to communicate...

    0 by Aggie, 4 years ago
  • Arrival in Alicante

    I arrived in the scorching heat of the beautiful city of Alicante on Tuesday 30th August 2016. My friend and I had come from one of the most famous and multicultural capitals in the world: London, England. Between the two of us, we knew about one quarter of the Spanish...

    0 by Aggie, 4 years ago
  • The first few days

    So, it is Sunday 27th January which means I have successfully survived my first weekend in Alicante. Lewis, Pete and I have only been here for 5 days, however it has been a hectic few days of parties, new face and several language barriers. Due to the craziness of the...

    0 by Martin, 7 years ago

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