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Erasmus blogs

  • How to survive during your Erasmus with Linguago

    If you obtained an Erasmus scholarship and you have the possibility to continue your studies abroad and to live an amazing experience that probably will change your life. Are you excited? Yes! And scared to death too. Well, don’t worry, it's normal to be scared before...

    0 by Cokidoo, in General 23 minutes ago
  • Cheap and Fancy Places to Eat in Seville

    As a local, I've had the chance to discover my city little by little, and I still find myself discovering new exciting places every now and then - it's funny to say that a lot of times are foreign friends the ones that show me new spots in my own city. There's something...

    0 by Marta, in Erasmus blog Sevilla one hour ago
  • Cologne ~ A German Getaway

    When I was first an exchange student, I would often be wary of taking short trips out of the country when we had a term break or a long weekend. Now, I jump at those opportunities to go see a new place! So far, I have chosen to travel to Cologne twice when I have had...

    0 by Kaelin, in Erasmus blog Koeln one hour ago
  • Local Festivities and Some Alternatives in Seville

    It could be said that in Seville there's something for everybody, you don't have to stick to the "typical Andalusian activities" since there are plenty of alternatives to choose among. But of course you can also enjoy our most inner culture if you want to. Let me start...

    0 by Marta, in Erasmus blog Sevilla 4 hours ago
  • ARKADIA MALL

    Statistics shows that Arkadia Mall is one of the largest malls in Central Europe. From personal experience this mall is actually big. It has a wide variety of shops, the likes of Zara, H&M, Michael Kors, Wittchen, Saturn, Carrefour, Sinsay, Pull and Bear and many...

    0 by bonita, in General 9 hours ago
  • Those peanut butter cups

    The introduction Hello everyone, I hope, that you are all doing just fine. In this article I want to tell you about these Reese’s peanut butter cups and how finally I got to taste them and maybe even some recipes of preparing peanut butter cups, because they are...

    0 by Desci, in Erasmus recipes 11 hours ago
  • Let's get organised! part.2

    I was so cold during a night. This flat is completely not prepared for winter. Oh well… That’s Turkey… First mission: to find an ATM,Mission Two: eat breakfast, Mission Three: buy tickets for Metro bus.Missions passed!Mission Four: go to Ataturk Airport, to...

    0 by Małgorzata, in Erasmus scholarships 1 day ago
  • First crisis

    Next day we moved in to our new flat in Sefakoy.After moving in, wegave money to our roommates, and they broughtus the bed.The next day we had to buy a newsheets, wardrobe and tables, because in our room there was nothing except some Turkish posters of Che Guevara and...

    0 by Małgorzata, in Erasmus scholarships 1 day ago
  • I just want to unpack my suitcase!

    They laugh at us, that we brought snow from Poland. On the third day there were only 2 degrees, so we apologized everyone for that.Yesterday, we decided with Mehmet that we will get up at 10am, get ready and go to our university, straight to our supervisor, Mariana, who...

    0 by Małgorzata, in Erasmus scholarships 1 day ago
  • Day 1st

    The first morning, Kate told me that she heard something like an Islamic prayer that is sung in a characteristic way. Of course in the morning only my terrifying alarm clock is able to wake me up so I couldn’t hear that, however because it happens five times a day...

    0 by Małgorzata, in Erasmus scholarships 1 day ago
  • Plan Your Trip to Estonia

    I have been traveling consistently for 10 years and have come to rely on a few trusted websites that save us money and time when booking accommodation, flights and car rental. Below are the companies and institutions what I trust and think you should trust as...

    0 by Janno, in Erasmus blog TTU 2 days ago
  • Cracow- exciting first days

    My adventure started with a train raid from my country, Croatia to Vienna and than with another train to Cracow city. The big problem came up when we wanted to take train from Wienna, but unfortunately they didn't have free places for us.... So, my friend and I ended up...

    0 by Marta, in Erasmus blog CUE 2 days ago
  • 5 Tips to Living Like a Local in Istanbul

    In the fall of 2013, I arrived in Istanbul to study as an exchange student at Bogazici University. It was my first experience living outside of the USA, and I was ready to get the full experience of living abroad. However, I wasn't quite prepared for how monstrous this...

    0 by Kaelin, in Erasmus blog Istanbul 2 days ago
  • El primero día

    First of all before you travel to any country in the world you should book the place you will be  stayin at you can book from  https://www.booking.com/ OR  http://www.hostelworld.com/  ,Hotel or hosted and for me I preferred the hostels  For Barcelona  (hello BCN)...

    0 by Fadua, in Erasmus blog Barcelona 3 days ago
  • Viva Espana! (or do I have to say Pays Basques?)

    France is so pretty! After having spent two weeks there (school didn't start yet, yay) we decided to go on a roadtrip to Spain. My roomies: Jhoana and Inas, myself and another friend Olivia, we rented a car and started our trip to Bilbao.  When we got there - thank god...

    0 by Hanne, in Erasmus tips 3 days ago
  • Bye Bye Brussels

    I will always remember... the 2nd of september 2017: - the day I tried to pack all my stuff for 4 months in 2 way to heavy bags. But yes, I did!  - the day my friends came over in the morning to have our last breakfast together - the day my mom dropped me at the...

    0 by Hanne, in Erasmus news 3 days ago
  • Basic info about Olomouc the student town

    I think if you say Czech Republic to a student, he/she immediately thinks about Prague, which is really well known for its amazing culture, history, nightlife, super-cheap beer and a lot of good universities, like Charles university. But i think there is a huge hype...

    0 by Matěj, in Erasmus blog Olomouc 3 days ago
  • What I Discovered by Teaching in Zhengzhou

                                         A Once in a Lifetime Travel Experince                  Never did I think I would learn so much about China by teaching there for one year.  But I did, and then some.  In the short 8 months I was there I...

    0 by Cheryl, in General 3 days ago
  • Tolma

    The introduction Hello everyone, I hope, that you are all doing just fine! In this article I want to tell you about me preparing Tolma for the first time , I mean, I have participated in preparing it some times ago, when they were preparing it at home, but I haven’t...

    0 by Desci, in Erasmus recipes 3 days ago
  • Dream room!

    During my search for new houses where the people renting them could speak the bare minimum of english, I found a around eight potential candidates. Only two of them accepted couples. This was starting to become quite a problem, because it was our first week in Brno and...

    0 by Gonçalo, in Erasmus blog Brno 4 days ago

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