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Erasmus blogs

  • Drawing Abroad

    I was inspired by the bohemian atmosphere of Italy and the jolly nature its people. My feeling was a peculiar one, firstly being in a new picture that was completely unknown, there was the enthusiasm of finding a good place for drawing. I prepared my “drawing kit”...

    0 by Brandy, in Erasmus blog Pisa 10 hours ago
  • Archinside and outside

    Let's talk about what you can see while visiting Pisa!  As student - but I suggest to act like one even if you're not - take a map from the University because is very nice drawn and you have pinned almost every nice and important thing there. Moreover, there are...

    1 by Brandy, in Erasmus blog Pisa 11 hours ago
  • 05/01/2013: The Return to France: London to Paris, Paris to Lyon : (2)

    The Return to France: London to Paris, Paris to Lyon (2) Saturday 5th January 2013 My phone told me that the weather would be nice but it was clear that this was not the case. Quite the opposite in fact, it was foggy and the sky was really grey. I had hoped that the...

    0 by Daniela, in Erasmus blog Lyon 1 day ago
  • Destination: Vigo Part II

    Flight is booked! So about two days after results came out ( and I passed ) , me and my mother were looking at the possible flights and costs etc. We found a good deal on Ryanair and we booked our tickets! yay! So now it's nine weeks till I leave, I feel like it's my...

    0 by Eva, in Erasmus blog UVIGO 2 days ago
  • Berlin

    As a student of ESCP Europe Business School, I got the opportunity to study in two of its six campuses in different semesters. I studied in the Paris and Berlin campuses. Since the minimum duration in each of the campuses is one semester, which is around 4 months, I got...

    0 by Kriya, in Erasmus blog Berlin 5 days ago
  • Destination: Vigo

    So I just found out yesterday that I passed all my exams. Yay! Now I know for definate that I can go to Spain next year. Although we were already assigned our universities, we  didn't know for sure if we could go because that was all dependent on our results. But I...

    0 by Eva, in Erasmus blog UVIGO 6 days ago
  • Two Strangers

    Two Strangers   A year ago, I was unaware that there's a city called Szeged. But's it's been almost half a year since I came back to my hometown from Szeged.   Wanna start with the story of this photo. Me and Sebo. First days in Szeged, staying in a dreadfull hostel...

    0 by Alper, in Erasmus blog Szeged 8 days ago
  • Student accommodation in Nottingham

    Today I received a message from a girl who is going to Nottingham on Erasmus next year, asking me about my residence. So this gave me the idea of writing a post about accommodation in Nottingham. The first thing to say is that I'm in Victoria Hall, a student hall with...

    0 by Beth, in Erasmus blog Nottingham 8 days ago
  • Bonn, weird letters and ladybugs.

    It was a Thursday and as always I was studying in a little cute library full of ladybugs in Bonn. In that cold winter afternoon I didn't know I was about to receive an e-mail that would have brighten my day. I received a letter from the most unlikely sender:...

    0 by Agnese, in Erasmus blog Bonn 8 days ago
  • 1st stop - Brno

    When I was choosing my destination for Erasmus I was thinking "Erasmus in Czech Republic? Hell no..". I thought  there are definitely better countries to choose for Erasmus exchange. But I was so wrong. So Masaryk University in Brno city, Czech Republic became my...

    0 by Gintarė, in Erasmus blog Brno 10 days ago
  • My Carto family

    Hi from Munich, Hi from TUM, Hi from the super cool international group of the 2015/2017 intake :) Many hi’ over there but surely very warm and welcome. Last time I was talking about Christmas, about the fact how nice is to be in Germany during this time, especially...

    0 by Maja, in General 10 days ago
  • Island Time on the Prince's Islands

    Living in a crowded city can sometimes be overwhelming. Istanbul is unique in that a relaxing, beach-side getaway is less than an hour away. With ferries (vapur) setting off from Eminönü, Kadiköy, Beşiktaş, and Bostancı each day for the Prince's Islands (Adalar),...

    0 by Kaelin, in Erasmus blog Istanbul 10 days ago
  • Where to Get Free Wifi Everywhere in Madrid

    How to survive in Madrid without a data phone plan. If you're a really cheap person like me, then you're going to find this useful.   Like I've said in my last posts, I've been living in Madrid for 2 years and during this whole time I haven't used or needed a Spanish...

    0 by E, in Erasmus blog Madrid 11 days ago
  • Second time moving abroad

    After I had graduated from my upper secondary school, I yet again graved for new adventures. I had always had a thing for Poland and since my boyfriend had just moved back there, I wanted to go there too. Luckily for me a Finnish company was hiring people to work in a...

    0 by Samina, in Erasmus blog Poland 12 days ago
  • My first time living abroad

    Hello! So, the first time I moved abroad was when I was 19 years old. I was bored of my life in my home country, Finland and I was bored of school. Then I had an idea of what if I would just leave this place for a bit and see how it goes. I've never been a person to...

    0 by Samina, in Erasmus blog Norway 13 days ago
  • How to Pick Your A** Up and Be a Successful Spontaneous Traveler.

    Let me get one thing straight before you start buying your plane tickets: Being spontaneous involves risk-taking, planning minimally and knowing how to be flexible when things don't go your way, but by all means it does not mean being stupid. So don't be stupid and use...

    0 by E, in Erasmus tips 13 days ago
  • Weihnachten in Deutschland

    It is Christmas timeeeeee.... December is pretty cool month to be in Germany. It is not that cold, of course depending on which city you are, but I happened to live in Munich and Dresden and the temperature variations were not that big considering one is on south and...

    0 by Maja, in Erasmus blog Germany 13 days ago
  • Tips for Erasmus Romances: How to Make a Long Distance Relationship Work.

    As I mentioned in my last blog post, Why I Decided to Move to Madrid, finding love in Erasmus is very common and could happen to you. Some couples may just be in the mood for a short term fling and not take it seriously in the long term, but others realize that they...

    0 by E, in Erasmus tips 13 days ago
  • Benefits of an Exchange Program

    Europe is a very popular destination for students from all over the world to pursue higher education. Not only is the quality of education and the rankings of the universities high in many European countries, but the learning experience goes beyond mere education....

    0 by Kriya, in Erasmus tips 13 days ago
  • Travelling under budget - Tips

    If you're a student you feel it: life is giving you the best time to travel around, but is not giving you enough money. We're young and free. And yes, I know that sometimes Uni life does not even give you time to sleep, but you should not wait to have a job to travel....

    0 by Filipa, in Erasmus tips 13 days ago

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