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  • Great weather in badalona

    Hello everyone  My name is jasdeep nd m from india  Now  i live in spain  spain is very beautiful city  The weater is soo cool  Andd  the badalona city is very cool place  Diffrent weather.freah air i would like to share these 2 images of  cityy

    0 by Jasdeep, in Erasmus news 2 hours ago
  • Caxton: The Global Banking Saviour

    Before embarking on my year abroad, banking was a massive concern for me. I knew if I took my usual bank card, that I'd get charged excessively for purchases and for withdrawing cash. I spent days thinking about my options, should I take a huge wad of cash to last me...

    0 by Lisa, in Erasmus tips 7 hours ago
  • JOURNAL OF A COLLEGE BOY

    My name is Jesse, 23 years old. Being born and raised in Amsterdam this will be the first time for me leaving the city for longer than 30 days. In Prague I’ll be on a student-exchange which takes place from the end of August until mid February. Within this time I will...

    0 by Jesse, in Erasmus blog UK 14 hours ago
  • An Introduction to Croatia

    Hello everyone. I have the pleasure of starting a new blog and a new trip today. And it's all about Croatia, I've mentioned Dubrovnik before in other blog entries that coincided with the cruise, but a few months ago I had the opportunity to visit Croatia and I want to...

    0 by Alexandra, in Erasmus blog Croatia 17 hours ago
  • Banking in Lisbon

    Now that I'm going to Lisbon, what should I do with my bank card? Should I use it there as little as possible? Should I take cash to avoid charging fees when withdrawing money from an ATM? These are just some of the questions I asked myself before going abroad. Well,...

    0 by Lisa, in Erasmus tips 19 hours ago
  • The most romantic side of barcelona

    Although many Erasmus come to Barcelona when they are single, others do in a couple. TAnd we can not forget all those who find love in this city. What is clear is that Barcelona is an incredible city to live in couples and enjoy the real love, both with the  boyfriend...

    0 by Carlos, in Erasmus blog Barcelona 22 hours ago
  • Pomidorówka - the student's life-saving soup from Poland

    This is an awfully simple recipe for one of the most emblematic Polish dishes in history! If you ask anyone what  pomidorówka is I am sure almost everyone will be taken instantly back to their childhood. You’ll see a serene smile on their faces, cause this is the...

    0 by Michal, in Erasmus recipes 1 day ago
  • Poznań - the city that has to forgive me

    Wow! I can’t believe how nice this city is! This is literally what I’ve been saying to my friends each time I visited it in last few years. And there’s a good reason behind it. I USED TO HATE POZNAŃ! I always regarded it somehow snobbish, self-righteous and...

    0 by Michal, in Erasmus blog Poznan 1 day ago
  • Grade validations and more paperwork

    Hello everyone, today I’m dedicating this post to telling you what my grade validations were like at my home university once I’d returned from my Erasmus. I’ll also tell you about how grades work in England, more specifically in the University of Portsmouth, which...

    0 by Lauren, in Erasmus tips 2 days ago
  • Grade validations and more paperwork

    Hello everyone, today I’m dedicating this post to telling you what my grade validations were like at my home university once I’d returned from my Erasmus. I’ll also tell you about how grades work in England, more specifically in the University of Portsmouth, which...

    0 by Lauren, in Erasmus tips 2 days ago
  • Piwo - a short guide to Polish beer

    Probably most of the people imagine Poland to be a pretty much vodka country. Which is not far from truth, as you can read here. However, we Poles are only people, not spirit-drinking, booze-binging shenanigans who have no mercy for their livers. No, very often we...

    0 by Michal, in General 3 days ago
  • CINEMAS

    Today I will tell you about cinemas here in Córdoba, a very interesting thing for everyone knowing that it's very strange finding someone who doesn't like films of any kind. In addition, watching films in their original version is a good way to practice languages, at...

    0 by Rafa, in Erasmus blog Córdoba 4 days ago
  • Profile

    20 year old Erasmus student from the University of Nottingham, going to Vienna for the whole academic year. I am a relaxed but responsible guy who enjoys socializing in the evening and having good conversation. Currently learning German at B1 level, and I hope to get as...

    0 by Ryan, in General 4 days ago
  • Spanish customs that we lose when we live abroad

    Surely more than one of you will have realised that, due to the cultural differences between most countries, you will have stopped doing things that, in Spain, would seem like the most normal and most natural things in the world. And it's true that us Spaniards have...

    0 by Lottie, in General 4 days ago
  • Life in the Paris suburbs: Yerres

    As you can guess from the title of this blog post, I will be writing about one of the nicest and most beautiful suburbs of Paris. My husband and I actually stumbled upon Yerres by total accident. When we first arrived in Paris in early September of 2017, my husband and...

    0 by Dilorom, in Erasmus blog Paris 5 days ago
  • Thanks to cinema week! (3rd, 4th and 5th November 2015)

    One of the things that us Latin American students suffer from the most is not being able to go to the cinema as often as we would like to. The prices of cinema tickets are sadly three or four times higher than our budgets, but taking advantage of offers like these is a...

    0 by Lottie, in General 5 days ago
  • Autumn in Spain! How am I meant to survive the cold now?

    Madrid in the autumn time has been one of my favourite things about living here. Many of us at some point during nursery school have coloured in pictures of the different seasons of the year, and we usually coloured the trees in orange or red with some leaves that had...

    0 by Lottie, in Erasmus tips 5 days ago
  • BOOKSHOPS

    Today I will tell you about the most important bookshops in Córdoba, since it's something very interesting for everyone, everywhere we go, and sometimes we don't know where to find them. Although, in every neighborhood, there are always some small stationers that sell...

    0 by Rafa, in Erasmus blog Córdoba 6 days ago
  • Indecision can play a dirty trick on you

    Since the very first moment it was clear to me that I wanted to leave Spain. When I heard about the Erasmus scholarships, I applied for them. I wasn't sure yet about wanting to leave or not. However, I took all my exams and applied for the scholarship. When I was...

    0 by Marta, in Erasmus blog Berlin 6 days ago
  • Why Bratislava as your Erasmus destination?

    I have always been curious about exploring other countries and understanding other cultures. I liked the idea of going out of Spain and living an international experience. The second year of my bachelor I applied for an Erasmus exchange during my third year, however, it...

    0 by Marta, in Erasmus blog Bratislava 6 days ago

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