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  • Banana Portal 接蕉喇 - 免費透明的香港服務指南及Freelance配對平台

    Banana Portal is Hong Kong's first ever truely free, secured, transparent marketplace for service providers(a.k.a. experts) and freelancers. Currently with more than 100 experts and growing at a rate of 10% every day, plus more than 100 service categories, Banana Portal...

    0 by Haleo, in General 19 hours ago
  • The Vegan Guide to Madrid

    As a part-time Madrileña for about 4 years (I went on Erasmus in 2014 and never came back), I’ve come to known this city inside out, including its vegan and vegan-friendly eateries. While people seem to think the Spanish experience is incomplete without jamon iberico...

    0 by Leonoor, in Erasmus blog Madrid 2 days ago
  • Figueiró dos Vinhos, an exemplary village!

    There aren't summer vacations that end without me having cross off the map a place where I hadn't been before. This year, like most times, I decided to cross off a place in Portugal. If we don't know our own country, what foundations do we have to be able to go beyond...

    0 by Mónica, in Erasmus blog Coimbra 3 days ago
  • The 5 best cities to go to on Erasmus

    If you are considering going on an Erasmus placement, but you don't yet know which city to pick, here you will find our selection of the 5 best cities to go to on Erasmus. Bolonia (Italy) This place is a favourite among Erasmus students thanks to its Mediterranean...

    0 by Kate, in Erasmus tips 3 days ago
  • The beautiful Island City.

    ISTANBUL.                      Istanbul is one of the most largest cities in this world, It is of two continental city with each part located on a separate island. It has sub Areas (Adalet, Buyuk Ada) located on different Islands. Three suspended bridges...

    0 by Haruna, in Erasmus blog ITICU 3 days ago
  • General advice for those going to Germany on their Erasmus Placement. 11-12

    Given that the influx of Erasmus students over the last few years has increased every time, especially those who apply undertake courses at a German university, I have decided to include a special section in this blog just for them. It would be advisable to read this -...

    0 by Kate, in Erasmus blog Hamburg 3 days ago
  • Some Spots That People Do Not Take Pictures Of

    Are you looking for some good views of Lisbon? Some less trendy places to visit and take some cool pictures? Then look into these words and pictures and you might find what you are looking for! I present some places and situations that are unusual, and that is what...

    0 by Bernardo, in Erasmus tips 3 days ago
  • How to get an Erasmus placement in Düsseldorf

    Hello everyone! My name is Carmen and today I am starting this blog about Düsseldorf. It has occurred to me that the most appropriate thing to do would be to make a guide with all the basics steps to follow in order to request for the grant and to find...

    0 by Kate, in Erasmus blog Düsseldorf 4 days ago
  • What are the best universities in Madrid?

    If you want to study at the most prestigious universities in Spain, Madrid is the city for you. In this article, you'll find a ranking of the capital's best universities at which you can study on any course. The Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM) This public...

    0 by Beth, in Erasmus blog Spain 4 days ago
  • Practical advice for students at the Complutense University of Madrid

    When you first arrive at the Complutense University of Madrid, it may seem like an overwhelming campus. A campus that has been very important in the 20th century in Madrid, stretches from the Faro de Moncloa almost all the way to Puerta del Hierro. But the current...

    0 by Beth, in Erasmus blog UCM 4 days ago
  • Activities

    Activities Nancy is a hotspot for bars and nightlife, mostly due to the incredible number of students who reside in this city. During my time here there were a couple of bars that became my regular watering holes, mostly due to their cheap drinks and amazing...

    0 by highlands2hammocks, in Erasmus blog Nancy 4 days ago
  • Food Shopping

    Food Shopping One of the most difficult parts of my move to Nancy locating a suitable shop to buy the considerably large amount of food I am used to eating. This task was not helped by the fact that I was on a tight, student budget. Luckily I managed to find the...

    0 by highlands2hammocks, in Erasmus blog Nancy 4 days ago
  • Accommodation

    Accommodation My four months in Nancy were spent in the incredibly cheap, student accommodation of Monbois Residence. This residence consists of three buildings; the main reception and accommodation building and two additional accommodation buildings. The main building...

    0 by highlands2hammocks, in Erasmus blog Nancy 4 days ago
  • Introduction

    For any wanderlust student, the ultimate part of any University degree is the Erasmus exchange trip. This provides the perfect opportunity to explore a new place. You will also get to experience a different culture, boost your CV quality and even get paid to do so. If...

    0 by highlands2hammocks, in Erasmus blog Nancy 4 days ago
  • Tarma: Place of flowers

    Hello everyone! I hope that you are all very well. Today I would like to talk to you about a trip that I made on August Bank Holiday of 2014. We have this Bank Holiday in Peru for Santa Rosa de Lima, the first Patron Saint of America. I decided to go on this trip with...

    0 by Kate, in Erasmus blog Peru 5 days ago
  • Where to buy souvenirs in Lima? Visit these 4 places...

    Hello to all you Lima-lovers! source If you are in Lima, or if you are coming to my city, I'm sure that you will want to share a small memory of your time in the City of Kings, or in the case of Limean poeple, if you are going away, I am sure that you will want to buy...

    0 by Kate, in Erasmus blog Lima 6 days ago
  • My Nine Months as an Erasmus student in Strasbourg

    My nine months in Strasbourg were an absolute fairy-tale dream. The city of Strasbourg has been crowned “Capitale de Noël” three times in a row for a reason. I was so lucky to be able to pass the festive season in the cool, brisk air with the streets illuminated...

    0 by Linzi, in Erasmus blog UNISTRA 6 days ago
  • The Tulcan City

    The cityTulcan's a great city, but it is very so small. There are places very interesting for visit for example, the cementary and the new supermaxi. Where I live: I live in Ibarra city, in the Olivo's  neightborhood What I do here: I stady in the university, My...

    0 by Andrea, in General 7 days ago
  • The Best Trip

    The city One morning I rose and my family and me went to the cementery, I take nice pictures I saw to my grandparents in their home. I told my grandparents about my university. We went at the home We ate the dinner all together. Lastly I thought in the life and I went...

    0 by Edison, in General 7 days ago
  • my live

    My name is amanda tenecela, I live in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina. before I lived in Guayaquil, Ecuador. since I live here I have loved the different landscapes that this city has and its climate too. In my free time I go to tour the city while I enjoy a good...

    0 by amanda, in General 7 days ago

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