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  • What Is So Fascinating About Tanzania Visa?

    Lies You've Been Told About Tanzania Visa https://www.ivisa.com/tanzania-visa It's highly recommended that all foreigners who come to Tanzania on short-term assignments obtain this permit before commencing any brief term assignment like a short-term consulting...

  • Top 5 Tourist Places In Himachal Pradesh

    1. Kullu-Manali - The Nation's Famous Hill StationAdventure Tasks in Solang Valley is among the best traveler areas to see in Himachal PradeshImage Resource One of the very best areas to visit in Himachal Pradesh is Kullu as well as Manali. If you are on a hunt for...

    0 by Twinkle, in General 1 day ago
  • Publications and Presentations of Cassandra Shepard

    PhD candidate Cassandra Shepard of Northwestern University is an accomplished academic researcher with several years of experience already. By the time she graduated with her bachelor's degree, Cassandra had already published two papers with her university’s...

    0 by Cassandra, in General 2 days ago
  • Shopping at Emi

    Hello to all the beautiful readers out there. This time around I want to share some information about a place I go to once a week on average. I am talking about the one and only Emi supermarcket. For all of you who will choose the city of Perugia as an Erasmus...

    0 by nahom, in General 3 days ago
  • Glasgow

    The journey began in Glasgow, my home for one year. Something that many people mix up, is that Glasgow is Scotland's biggest city, but not its capital city. That's Edinburgh, which i'll also talk about, but later. I don't want to bore you with my arrival. I lived in a...

    0 by Aaliyah, in Erasmus blog Glasgow 3 days ago
  • Timor Leste Visa on Arrival - Overview

    This might change, as soon as the mega highway is going to be finished Briefly describe how common bribery is and whether it ought to be expected, and the best method to address it. While Egypt generally doesn't have the alternative of a visa on arrival for Indians,...

    0 by Kathy, in Erasmus blog East Lansing 3 days ago
  • The Borders of Opportunity: Immigration and Higher Education

    There are plenty of reasons why people migrate from the places they have grown in. For many, making this huge call presents numerous opportunities that couldn’t be achieved on native grounds. In the recent past, the movement of students across borders has...

    0 by Karen, in General 4 days ago
  • The Accomplishments of Lisa Berzins

    Currently running a private practice, Lisa Berzins is a psychologist with over 30 years of both supervisory and clinical experience. Her expertise in the field of eating disorders has given her national recognition and notoriety. Ever since she graduated from Brandeis...

    0 by Lisa, in General 5 days ago
  • Copisteria

    Hello to all the beatiful people out there. I would like to dedicate this article for all of those students who are currently in Perugia or for those who are going to come here in Perugia and  study at the University of Perugia. I am very motivated to give out this...

    0 by nahom, in Erasmus tips 5 days ago
  • More Homework Won't Make International Students Smarter

    Homework is something that is usually given in the school setting, for students to learn more. But, time and time again, there is proof about its ineffectiveness. It's sent to make pupils smarter but students don't always perform better because of it. Up to now, there's...

    0 by Carol, in Erasmus news 5 days ago
  • Arrival: the first challenge

    Hello everyone and welcome on my blog of my erasmus in Barcelona! Erasmus is not only sunshine. This became clear when I finally landed the plane in the beloved city. I had news that my accomodation was overbooked, this was my first big challenge when I arrived. I went...

    0 by Matthias, in Erasmus blog Barcelona 8 days ago
  • 'My Worst Day'

                                                         ‘My Worst Day.’           Setting off an experience like Erasmus, you are conditioned to think that everything will run smoothly and you will flawlessly adapt to life in another...

    0 by Lydia, in Erasmus tips 8 days ago
  • The Benefits of Syria Visa

    Tourism is among Mexico's biggest industries and the nation is the greatest destination for travelers from South and Central America. The nation is often voted one of the greatest Caribbean islands to see. Many American businesses and entrepreneurs make the most of the...

    0 by hatomoqo, in Erasmus blog PC 9 days ago
  • Break time... ?

    Hello dear reader, you are in for a big Erasmus recipe surprise. Continue reading htis blog post to find out what I am talking about. As I can imagine for most university students here in Italy (most probably also all around Europe) exam sessions are over and now is the...

    0 by nahom, in Erasmus recipes 9 days ago
  • Peace Palace

    The Peace Palace, completed in 1913 in Neo-Renaissance style, is the seat of the International Court of Justice and an important library of Human Rights. The Latin saying "Dulce bellum inexpertis" means "Sweet is war to the inexperienced" meaning only to those who do...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog The Hague 9 days ago
  • Royal Rarities

    This is Noordeinde Palace, built in 1533, and now it has a Classicist facade. Here you see a statue of Wilhelm of Orange, the famous ruler of the Netherlands in the independence wars of the 16th century. Behind these lush flowers you can see partly palaces, partly...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog The Hague 9 days ago
  • Roaming the City

    Wandering through the city, we saw the Ridderzaal (Knight's Hall), part of the 13th-century Binnenhof complex; the fountain in front of it has a golden statue on top of it. As we were moving on, a bridge showed us the banners of different parts of the Netherlands. As...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog The Hague 9 days ago
  • Spaghetti with tomatoes recipe

    Pasta and, in particular, spaghetti are one of the most known italian recipes abroad! When I was little we didn't use to eat it that often in Romania, even if my mom lived for some time in Italy, but I'm aware that this dish is now very common almost everywhere. Of...

    0 by Ana Maria, in Erasmus recipes 9 days ago
  • Escher Museum

    A very interesting museum was the Escher museum showing works of 20th-century artist Maurits Cornelis Escher whose specialty was filling spaces and drawing impossible figures. These realistic ripples of water disturbing the linear branches of trees impressed me ... ...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog The Hague 10 days ago
  • Lugo and its Roman Wall

    Lugo, the walled city Hello, how are you? I hope very well, today in this post I am going to talk about the city of Lugo and its Roman wall, which is the most important touristic attraction in the city. This city has some touristic charms, such as the Cathedral and the...

    0 by Esther, in Erasmus blog Lugo 10 days ago

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