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Erasmus blogs

  • What did I learn as an exchange student in Tanzania?

    This text is not a travelogue and not even the most current description (anymore) of what it is like to be an exchange student at the University of Dar es Salaam. This article is a description of my experiences during my time as an exchange student that left a...

    0 by Marja, in Erasmus blog UDSM 6 days ago
  • What did I learn as an exchange student in Tanzania?

    This text is not a travelogue and not even the most current description (anymore) of what it is like to be an exchange student at the University of Dar es Salaam. This article is a description of my experiences during my time as an exchange student that left a...

    0 by Marja, in Erasmus blog UDSM 6 days ago
  • Buses in Funchal, Madeira

    Going around town can be an adventure on it’s own in Funchal and Madeira. The first week(s) you will be so confused of the many bus stops (paragems) with different colours and bus company names.   Madeira has in total 4 bus companies: Horários do Funchal – Yellow...

    0 by Umi, in Erasmus blog Funchal 24 days ago
  • Erasmus at Corona Carantine

    Γεια σε όλους!! I like to start this Blog with a "seem like" The worst Erasmus ever! Well, I was 21 when i decided to go to Wroclaw, in Poland at PWr University for my first Erasmus experience! Everything was perfect. I was so thrilled about my trip and my...

    0 by Evgenia (Jenny), in Erasmus blog Wroclaw one month ago
  • MIS ESTUDIOS EN PARIS

    MY BLOGHi, I'm Katia Cuenca. I'm going to write you a little about my daily life. Well let me start I am from Ecuador but I live in Paris since I live in Ecuador when I was 17 years old I came after graduating to study at the best UNIVERSITY IN PARIS THE BRIBERYIt was...

    0 by Kati, in Erasmus blog Paris 3 months ago
  • My blog - Imagine that you study in another country.”

    The city: Ibarra is a very beautiful, large and touristic city. It also has a very satisfactory and friendly climate.Where I live: I live in the north of Ibarra, near my university. It is a very quiet neighborhood since it does not have much traffic, and I can access...

    0 by Genesis, in Erasmus blog Ibarra 3 months ago
  • Catacocha City

    The city: Catacocha is a very beautiful and above all interesting city. There are a lot of amazing places to visit. There are a lot of amazing places to visit in Catacocha. I visit the museum of the Marist Brothers and I go out to the parks to walk a bit, so I never get...

    0 by Dayanna, in Erasmus blog Ecuador 3 months ago
  • Why should you take an online Spanish course?

    For those who need to learn Spanish for travelling or living in a Spanish-speaking country, you'd better start studying, and what better way to do it than in a comfortable and effective way. An online course provides you with the perfect level so that you can continue...

    0 by Erasmusu, in General 3 months ago
  • Beware of Alicante

    Hello.I spent the past semester on Erasmus in Alicante. And, boy, let me tell you - that was the most miserable experience of my life. Where to begin? First of all, all this talk about making friends, partying, and generally having a good time on Erasmus is complete and...

    0 by Antoni, in Erasmus blog UA 3 months ago
  • Nightlife in Barcelona - The best bars and clubs to party in Barcelona

    We're aware that Erasmus is not just about partying, but going out to escape the routine and studies with people from all over the world is something that never hurts anyone, right? That's why today we bring you this nightlife guide so that you have the best places to...

    0 by Erasmusu, in Erasmus blog Barcelona 4 months ago
  • 5 countries 5 epic festivals you must go to

    Are you tired of the same old festivals? I bet you will love what I bring you today: 5 countries and 5 epic festivals that you have to go to at least once in your life! The festivals you will see here are not just ordinary ones. You will find 5 festivals, 5 countries,...

    0 by Erasmusu, in General 4 months ago
  • Tips for learning a language during Erasmus from my experience

    The main objective of doing an Erasmus is to have the opportunity to study abroad. In addition, we can have motivations as learning the language of the country, travelling within the country or to other countries, meeting new people and, above all, having a good time....

    0 by Erasmusu, in Erasmus tips 4 months ago
  • Where, how and with whom I learn to speak English.

    Three years ago I came to Canada to study English. I live in my aunt's house and my cousins also go to university. while I live with them I spend my time practicing the language. and when we go out to visit tourist places in canada we also practice english with other...

    0 by Francisco, in General 4 months ago
  • How to find apartments for rent in Berlin: the best-kept secret

    Here's your life-saving guide about how to rent a flat in Berlin! We all know how difficult it can be to find a place to live in Berlin. Why? Because thousands of people like you dream of living in the capital of Germany. Years ago, it was much easier to find a house...

    0 by Erasmusu, in Erasmus tips 4 months ago
  • Internship abroad: Go with a scholarship!

    Do you want to go abroad but don't want to do an Erasmus because you are afraid of running out of money, of getting lost between parties and trips? We understand you well... the Erasmus experience can turn into a perdition, taking you away from your studies and the goal...

    0 by Adriano, in General 4 months ago
  • My master's degree in Madrid

    I came to study in Madrid because I had the illusion of pursuing a master's degree in criminal law, I live with my brother who has lived here for 20 years, I have high hopes of being able to learn a lot from my career. When I arrived, the first thing I did was meet my...

    0 by PAU, in Erasmus blog Ecuador 4 months ago
  • Do you want to study a Master's Degree abroad? Erasmus Mundus makes it easy for you

    Erasmus Mundus stands for cooperation, for international mobility, in short, it is a programme that seeks to facilitate cooperation between the European Union and third countries in terms of higher education students. In English? The Erasmus Mundus scholarship is the...

    0 by Erasmusu, in Erasmus scholarships 4 months ago
  • 5 things you must do before finishing your Erasmus

    Whoever you ask, everyone will tell you that Erasmus flies by - that's a fact! Maybe you've just arrived at your destination or maybe you're close to the end of your stay. Either way, here we bring you a list of 5 things you must do before finishing your Erasmus,...

    0 by Erasmusu, in Erasmus tips 4 months ago
  • Everything you need to know about the Chevening scholarship: information and procedures

    The Chevening Scholarship is what you are looking for if you're planning to study for a Master's degree in the UK. If you're a born leader and think you have what it takes, study at the best institutions with the help of Chevening Scholarship and prove your worth! What...

    0 by Erasmusu, in Erasmus scholarships 4 months ago
  • Complete guide to grants for teachers 2022

    Who said grants were only for students? If you are a teacher and are looking for a break or want to spend some time abroad exploring other ways of teaching, we bring you a selection of scholarships for teachers. The hardest part will be choosing your destination! From...

    0 by Erasmusu, in Erasmus scholarships 4 months ago

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