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  • Discover Turkey: A Middle Earth Place

    In Turkey, you will discover a destination for everyone. The biggest advantage of this country is to be a destination suitable for all types of travelers. Young student or novice worker, adventurer or lover of organized circuits, single or on honeymoon: in Turkey,...

    0 by Alice Alya, in Erasmus blog Turkey 1 day ago
  • A Complete Guide for IELTS Exam and FAQ Questions

    What is IELTS? The international English learning testing system (IELTS) is an exam designed to test individuals who want to move to foreign countries on their English skills. So, which countries need IELTS for education? Countries like the USA, the UK, New Zealand,...

    0 by Erasmusu, in Erasmus tips 1 day ago
  • How to go, how to move in VLC!

    The second week in Valencia has began. Now we finally have our monthly pass for public transportation.You can only order the Chipcard on site, in the office of the "estacion de Colon". You should bring with you a copy of your ID, a Passport-type photo and 5€ for the...

    0 by Margarida, in Erasmus blog Valencia 7 days ago
  • Euskal jaiak or the most popular Basque celebrations

    The festivities of the Basque Country (Euskal Herria), more commonly known here as "euskal jaiak" or "herriko jaixek" (local festivities), are, without a doubt, the best plan you can make during your stay in Bilbao, and... what plans you'll make! This isn't just what I,...

    0 by Victoria, in Erasmus blog Bilbao 7 days ago
  • The magnificent traditions of Tunisia

    Tunisia is quite a culturally rich country, thanks to its strategic location between the eastern and western world, represented by the European countries located close to the country and, in addition to the colonization by the French for years and years, the country is...

    0 by Margarida, in Erasmus blog Tunisia 7 days ago
  • When getting ill gets in the way of your Erasmus plans

    We know that getting sick is never part of your plans, even less so when you are going to live the experience of a lifetime with your first Erasmus adventure. It is common to think that there is little chance that something could happen and ruin your Erasmus experience,...

    0 by Erasmusu, in Erasmus tips 7 days ago
  • Secure your Erasmus trip with Iris Global and Erasmusu: 10% discount on your student travel insurance

    Are you going on Erasmus or to study abroad next term? Imagine living your adventure with no worries at all: exploring your destination city, making friends for life, going out, travelling with no restrictions… It seems almost impossible under these circumstances, but...

    0 by Erasmusu, in Erasmus tips 7 days ago
  • My experience with the CAF: grant for accommodation in France

    What is it? For those that don't know, when you go to study in France, whether on Erasmus or not, you can apply for a grant called CAF (Caisse d'allocations familiales). Normally, I think the CAF offers different types of grants to french students, but in our case...

    0 by Victoria, in Erasmus blog Strasbourg 11 days ago
  • The 2022 Ultimate Guide to Marrakech Top Experiences

    This quick read article is your ultimate 2021-2022 guide to Marrakech top experiences which you can do or explore in one day while visiting Morocco’s capital of the south aka the “Red City”.In this travel guide we will review: 1. The origin of the name “Red...

    0 by Edward, in Erasmus tips 12 days ago
  • The Bureaucracy of Erasmus

    Contrary to what many people might think - and often truly do - the Erasmus program is not simply about sending a few students off to other countries to party. The Erasmus program sends students to foreign institutions to study for a semester (or a year); but it isn't...

    0 by Margarida, in General 13 days ago
  • Make the most of the CAF grant!

    Hello everyone! Today I bring you a discovery that I hope will be of use and help you as much as it helped me when I found it. When you go on Erasmus to France you do so knowing that it has lots of advantages considering how beautiful it is, the thousands of things you...

    0 by Victoria, in Erasmus blog France 13 days ago
  • Quito

    When I decided to change city to live with my uncles in downtown Cumbaya, I resumed my studies at the Universidad San Francisco de Quito, the city of "QUITO" is the capital of the country, with the pros and cons that a big city offers, To be honest, because it is the...

    0 by Jorge, in Erasmus blog UTMACH 15 days ago
  • What is the country's food like?

    What I like most about the local food are the sweets and the desserts. My colleagues always share many different breakfast foods at work, like sausage rolls and pastries.For eating out I can recommend many spots in city centre. My favorites are tribal burger and St....

    0 by Elisa, in Erasmus blog Belfast 16 days ago
  • Why did you choose to go to Belfast, UK? And what is your first impression?

    Because I wanted a place that allowed me to improve my English, my work skills as an optician trainee and Ireland is a country that I thought I would really like. My expectations weren't that high, because I already visited a few cities in England. Belfast seemed like...

    0 by Elisa, in General 17 days ago
  • TORONTO

    It has been a year full of great changes, arriving and knowing TORONTO has been a great experience, being able to walk through the Niagara region, then ride a bike around the lake that is inside the university.I live in the university boarding school together with 2...

    0 by Pamela, in Erasmus blog Toronto 24 days ago
  • Sustainable tourism: Tips for responsible travel

    If you feel discouraged after reading the IPCC 2021 report that states all the consequences that climate change will bring and want to contribute to making the world a better place, or if you are going to start making plans to travel during your Erasmus, you are in...

    0 by Erasmusu, in Erasmus tips 27 days ago
  • Explore Machu Picchu

    TRIP OVERVIEWEmbark on a spectacular train ride to Machu Picchu and explore the fabled Inca citadel with a guide.Discover the archaeological treasures of the Sacred Valley, from the farming terraces of Moray to Pisac’s sprawling ruins.Take an exclusive tour of Parque...

    0 by Evans, in Erasmus tips one month ago
  • Lisbon, the best city to study Portuguese

    Do you want to go and study Portuguese in Portugal but are scared of not being able to communicate? I have the solution, how would you feel about living in Lisbon for a bit? First of all, there are lots of cities in Portugal where you can speak a basic level of English...

    0 by George, in General one month ago
  • Pieces of advice for travelling to Copenhagen

    Hello everyone! Hello everyone! Today marks the day of my first blog post about the city of Copenhagen, Denmark's capital. It's a city close to my heart, before visiting it I had no idea about its rich cultural charm nor the amount of tourist attractions that it has to...

    0 by George, in Erasmus blog Copenhagen one month ago
  • İzmir in 3 days - What to see and do in Izmir in 3 days

    Tips for studying abroad in İzmir - Study abroad in İzmir How to get to Izmir - Getting to İzmir by train, plane, car or bus Accommodation in Izmir - Top tips and advice Cost of Living in İzmir - Tips for living in Izmir on a student budget İzmir Neighbourhoods -...

    0 by Erasmusu, in Erasmus blog Izmir one month ago

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