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  • 9 Dissertation Mistakes to Avoid

    Writing a dissertation can be an overwhelming task, and many students make mistakes while doing it. If, however, you break the dissertation down into smaller portions and avoid the most common dissertation mistakes, you will do just fine. Here are a few of the more...

    0 by Ramona, in Erasmus tips 8 hours ago
  • A student Trip to Norway can be cheap

    If i say to you that Norway is the most beautiful country in the world, everyone would agree with me on this, however most of you have actually heard that it is too expensive to travel to norway, and since you are still a student your budget would never be good enough...

    0 by hammou, in Erasmus blog Oslo 8 hours ago
  • Most Common Ways to Budget Traveling

    There really are several ways that this can be accomplished with a minimum of discomfort and a maximum of adventure. Train If you live anywhere near a train station, one of the best ways to see the USA is with a train pass. The adult pass price for 15 days of travel is...

    0 by Ramona, in Erasmus blog United States 9 hours ago
  • Sunset trek in prophet Elijah chapel

    According to the ceremony, on 19 and 20 July, celebrating the memory of Prophet Elijah, the faithful ascend the mountain of Hymettus from an alley that leads to the particular chapel in order to light a candle and honor it. Indeed, in those days the mountain is...

    0 by Fotis, in Erasmus tips 12 hours ago
  • I want Riga

    Riga its one of the most beautiful capitals of Europe. Did you know that the first Christmas tree ever was made at the Riga’s central square?Great and huge parks for outdoor sports. By winter its even possible to ski on the park next door like many do with and without...

    0 by Luis, in Erasmus scholarships 14 hours ago
  • The Royal Tombs of the Lord of Sipán Museum

    Hello, I hope that each and every one of you is well. Today I want to tell you about one of the best museums in Peru, which has become an obligatory step for those who visit Peru, and especially those who visit the northern part of my wonderful and varied...

    0 by Kate, in Erasmus blog Peru 16 hours ago
  • Food, food, food.

    Aside from seeming annoying by going on about my life and my personal experience, I guess you’d be left feeling pretty disappointed if I let you think that they only eat cabbage and cauliflower. Well no. They don’t. So you should forget that idea right now. They...

    0 by Emma, in Erasmus blog Wroclaw 1 day ago
  • Main Things To Know About Writing A Dissertation

    Without any doubts, this is not only the biggest but also the most complicated project that a student can encounter, not mentioning how much it influences your future. Therefore, many people are looking for alternative solutions, for example, ordering their...

    0 by James, in General 1 day ago
  • The first days in Vilnius

    How it all began I arrived in Vilnius in February. I still remember how excited I was and didn't know what was going to happen. When I arrived at the airport my ESN buddy was waiting for me ( one of the best parts of ESN is that you have a buddy that will help you...

    0 by Mihai, in General 1 day ago
  • Weekend in Bologna

    During my times studying on Erasmus in Turin, I had the opportunity to go to Bologna with my friend, Paula. One of her friends from her year abroad in Spain was living and studying in Bologna and he had invited her to come visit. As I was in Italy, she asked if I would...

    0 by Linzi, in Erasmus blog Bologna 2 days ago
  • Easter Weekend in Nice

    During my time studying in Torino on Erasmus my friend, Maya, and I decided to take a weekend trip away to the Côte d’Azur, or The French Riviera, to see some friends. It was the Easter holidays and everyone that we knew in Turin was with going back home or...

    0 by Linzi, in Erasmus blog Nice 2 days ago
  • Torino, Italy my second semester on Erasmus

      Studying two languages at the University of Glasgow allows you to have two Erasmus experiences. I had a full nine months studying French in Strasbourg in my third year. The following year permitted me a semester abroad in Torino in Italy. Due to exams timetables and...

    0 by Linzi, in Erasmus blog UNITO 2 days ago
  • Tindari

    Tinadri greeted us with this colourful mural ... Italians know their country and their arts! The famous cathedral looks very modern and fake with its shiny facade ... indeed, it was rebuilt, yet I think it's still beautiful! Inside, they keep a black Madonna statue on...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Italy 2 days ago
  • Messina: Castello Milazzo

    Messina has a long history which is basically the same as the rest of Sicily's: Early Greek colonisation, Carthaginian and Roman assaults, Goths and Byzantines, Arab and Norman conquests, Swabians, Aragonese, Habsburg, Bourbons, Garibaldi and lots of destruction in...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Italy 2 days ago
  • Patti

    As we were driving along the shore, we saw these craggy cliffs ... they reminded me of Ireland. Marina di Patti is the wonderful beach of the village Patti ... look at all the tourists besides the historical buildings! We passed another ruin on a small peninsula ......

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Italy 2 days ago
  • Cefalù

    Moving on under clear blue sky, we saw castles built on hills ... and castles built into the sea (this one reminded me of Ireland) ... and a nice view from below an olive tree ... Finally, we arrived at Cefalù (Kephaloidion). Again, the cathedral had Norman...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Italy 2 days ago
  • Himera

    The next day, Himera awaited us with this sign near the parking lot where our bus stopped. Looks like the mafia is still active in some regions ... The museum showed us the true colours of ancient temples: Yellow, blue and red among the white of the marble stone. Only...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Italy 2 days ago
  • Survival package - General

    Here we go with some useful tips in order to survive in the face of the adversity of being in an unknown city, in an unknown country... The most important is to carry a pocket dictionary of the language that is spoken in the place (although the mimic can also help us to...

    0 by Irene, in Erasmus tips 2 days ago
  • Iaitas 2

    From the hills, we could see the whole valley including the highway ... The patches of land were dried out in the summer heat ... The theatre of Iaitas remains as a cultural site in a destroyed city. Down below, we could see a modern village, built in a strictly...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Italy 4 days ago
  • Iaitas

    Coming from the highway, we went on to see Iaitas, a city which was a centre of Muslim resistance to emperor Frederic II in the 13th century and was destroyed by him in 1246. On the plain, you could see smoke rising up in many places ... intentional fires to burn...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Italy 4 days ago

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