Erasmus news

  • Erasmusu Education, the ultimate platform for language courses to study abroad

    In an increasingly globalised world, taking a language course abroad opens doors to endless possibilities and can be key to making the most of your Erasmus grant or any other international study programme. Imagine being able to find and book your language course abroad...

    0 by Erasmusu, 9 months ago
  • The importance of writing an eye-catching curriculum vitae

    When applying for a job in any company, your CV will be the first step that will decide whether or not they keep you in mind, so it's vitally important you make sure you submit a proper CV. Would you like to know what to keep in mind to write a strong CV? We know it's...

    0 by Victoria, 10 months ago
  • The Covid vaccine for Erasmus students: Do you need it in order to travel?

    A new normality has dawned and with it comes important changes like the new covid vaccine. The start of a new Erasmus year is approaching and with it many concerns: is it compulsory to have received the vaccine before travelling? Is there time to get the vaccine before...

    0 by George, one year ago
  • Turing Scheme replaces Erasmus in the UK: all about the new exchange programme

    Does the new Turing Scheme ring any bells? One and a half year after their Referendum, the UK permanently left the European Union. The consequences? There are many, and they also affect new students. The UK does not participate in the Erasmus programme anymore....

    0 by Victoria, one year ago
  • The Fantasies of Old Greece: Thebes

    The fantasies of the Antiquated Greek city-province of Thebes are various and changed. It begins toward the start. As per convention, a Phoenician lord named Cadmus went to the Prophet at Delphi and was advised to follow a cow and afterwards, where the cow halted,...

    0 by Emma, one year ago
  • fiction and dream

    Hi, I'm Milena and I lived in Ecuador. a year ago I moved to New York In my city there are typical and very touristy places, I lived in a neighborhood to the south of Quito, I lived with my mother, grandmother and my sisters, I followed a degree in psychology at the...

    0 by Mile, one year ago
  • Things to Buy in Seoul to Take Home

    Buying souvenirs for yourself or gifts for friends and family back home is always an enjoyable part of the travel experience. For those who are looking for authentic Korean souvenirs that are not in your country or things to buy in Seoul, consider this your guide. Check...

    0 by Taylor, 2 years ago
  • Prithviraj Chauhan

    Warrior life of Prithviraj Chauhan Prithviraj Chauhan  was a warrior such chivalrous knights written in whose indomitable spirit and courage of tales, golden letters in certain Indian history. An attractive stature saddle warrior. Prithviraj Chauhan  was...

    0 by jiten, 2 years ago
  • Erasmus, why to choose Malta

    Many times the choice of a destination for studying abroad is not a choice at all. In every Italian university when the possible Erasmus destinations are published, more or less the same situation always occurs: Destinations in Northern Europe, the UK in the lead, but...

    0 by Jordan, 2 years ago
  • The reasons I went on Erasmus

    I'm going to tell you the reasons why, it's all written here. I was 15 years old when everything around me changed in a matter of minutes. I was blind then, it was as if I were in the middle of a dense sandstorm. I couldn't see beyond the land in front my eyes, and as...

    0 by Lauren, 2 years ago
  • Is metronidazole, a.k.a Flagyl, carcinogenic?

    Metronidazole, commercially known as Flagyl, is an antibiotic on the list of medicine that is used the most by specialists globally. It can treat a wide range of diseases, in children and adults. When I studied to become a vet, and probably also now for medicine...

    0 by Saskia, 2 years ago
  • Christmas in Vilnius

    Vilnius Old Town in Christmas While many people are deciding which country to visit - Spain, Portugal or sunny Malta - I decided to come back to my roots and go to the 1 top city for travelers according to Lonely Planet or recent Czech top list. All roads lead home, to...

    0 by Adriannaerys, 2 years ago
  • Has Erasmus made me a European?

    With the crisis that is currently taking place in Europe, low blows from some, individualism from others, some journalists sometimes ask what is even left of Europe and its initial aims that there were, amongst others, to allow the citizens of each European country to...

    0 by Olivia, 2 years ago
  • The Best Countries for Education

    The field of education is highly competitive in terms of the attempts of various states to compete for the best students. So, it would make sense to review the best countries with the highest quality of education.  While some assess universities and states by the...

    0 by Angie, 2 years ago
  • How to Spend a Perfect Barcelona City Trip

    “Barcelona, archives of courtesy, the shelter of the foreigners, hospital of the poor, father-land of  the brave, the vengeance of the offended and pleasant correspondence of firm friendship, and in the site, and in beauty, unique.”  – Miguel de Cervantes In...

    0 by Akshay, 3 years ago
  • Quick Survival Guide to Indonesia

    This is the quick survival guide if you're planning to move or travel to the archipelago nation of Indonesia. Quick Summary of Indonesia Indonesia is a country of thousand islands, it has approximately 17.000 islands that spread from west at Sabang island to east at...

    0 by Anna, 3 years ago
  • The differences of the school system between Spain and Italy

    Here we are again, with an article that I would describe as a dive into the past: I decided to write this due to me being in a nostalgic period, and because of me reminiscing those days on a full time basis I can't help but to tell everyone about the little details that...

    0 by Gaia, 3 years ago
  • The Most Common University Clubs and Societies In Australia

    INTRODUCTION Barely a century ago, the running style and tide, as well as communication and interaction, changed for the Australians. The roads that once led the people of Australia to engage freely or even pay to take part in face-to-face social activities...

    0 by Kimberley, 3 years ago
  • How the Exchange Program Changes Students’ Lives

    Looking at the current world scenario, many students long to study at the best universities in the European Union. To expand the working horizons in the intercontinental space, students can benefit from the Erasmus programme. It is a setup from the 1980’s...

    0 by Angie, 3 years ago
  • What You Need to Do About Gibraltar Visa

    Gibraltar Visa Can Be Fun for Everyone Asylum seekers don't have any choice except to listen. Citizens of these countries who have been living in the united kingdom for three or more months and plan on visiting Spain have to find a Spain visa as a way to have the...

    0 by Jolynn, 3 years ago

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