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  • Copisteria

    Hello to all the beatiful people out there. I would like to dedicate this article for all of those students who are currently in Perugia or for those who are going to come here in Perugia and  study at the University of Perugia. I am very motivated to give out this...

    0 by nahom, 7 days ago
  • 'My Worst Day'

                                                         ‘My Worst Day.’           Setting off an experience like Erasmus, you are conditioned to think that everything will run smoothly and you will flawlessly adapt to life in another...

    0 by Lydia, 10 days ago
  • How to navigate the menu in Slovenia

    Slovene people take drinking coffee seriously. We drink it in the morning to get our thoughts in order, but during the day it becomes an opportunity for socialising. We like to spend hours on the sun and chat over a cup of hot beverage, and it seems that this is one of...

    0 by Amadea, 16 days ago
  • Why Absolutely Everybody Is Talking About Serbia Visa

    The Advantages of Serbia Visa So as to apply, you need to be their passenger and your stopover ought to be at least 6 hours. Children under 12 decades of age aren't allowed to sit down in the front passenger seat of a vehicle or maybe to travel as passengers on...

    0 by tefuyewu, 18 days ago
  • Managing Stress When in College or Post-Graduate School

    With too many things to do in so little time, you may feel tension creeping inside you. You suddenly feel like time is not enough and that you haven’t accomplished so much. You may lose sleep or even miss your lunch hours trying to do schoolwork or review for your...

    0 by Charlotte, 19 days ago
  • Tips for living in Blok 28 and those near them

    Hello! Here are some tips to live in block 28, the residence of the Academy! 1. Inspect the rooms well, not only they can not have cleaned but left trash behind. Example: My classmates and I discovered a tear gas canister behind a bedside table. 2. You will not be able...

    0 by Ana, 23 days ago
  • Useful apps for Erasmus

    Hey I bring some recommendationsforapps for your Erasmus in Sofia. 1.Moovit This is one of the most useful that you can not only use in Sofia but everywhere (or almost everywhere) in the world. Basically, you write where you want to go: street, monument ... and gives...

    0 by Ana, 23 days ago
  • Mother's Day in Spain: Everything you need to know

    In this post we are going to talk about why Mother's Day is celebrated in Spain, the date of Mother's Day in Spain in 2019, and the origins of Mother's Day in Spain. Why is Mother's Day celebrated? Mother's Day is a day that pays homage to our mothers for dedicating...

    0 by Kate, 25 days ago
  • Vital Pieces of Rwanda Visa

    The Rwanda Visa Pitfall On the flip side, there are the remaining portion of the world countries, the citizens of which must receive a visa, previous to their visit to Germany. If you're a citizen of america and plan on traveling to Brazil, you will want to acquire a...

    0 by Kermit, 25 days ago
  • How to write a CV? The best bits of advice step by step

    If you are looking for a job but you don't know how to write the perfect CV, how to make it look attractive, how TO use a free template or write it on Microsoft Word, keep reading. In this post we are going to give you a template to help you write a CV, an example that...

    0 by Kate, 25 days ago
  • Shocking Facts Regarding Romania Visa Uncovered

    Yes, you've got to submit the visa application personally on the embassy or consulate and you want to spell out the purpose and circumstances of your journey. Appropriate visa documentation is dependent on several facets. If you travel a good deal and you sometimes...

    0 by licoyefi, 27 days ago
  • Why Everybody Is Completely Mistaken About Qatar Visa

    What Is So Fascinating About Qatar Visa?Israel is among the favourite destination for caregivers. Family residency Where a person holds a valid Qatari residence permit he or she is able to submit an application for the residency of their spouses and dependent...

    0 by wolocolo, one month ago
  • Can Foreign Students Reach their Academic Potential?

    Nowadays, foreign exchange programs provide opportunities for students to explore different career streams as well as get exposed to a different country’s culture and geography. When it comes to academic potential, reaching the optimal as per one’s capabilities and...

    0 by Marissa, one month ago
  • PHOTOGRAPHS TO LAST A LIFETIME

    PHOTOGRAPHS TO LAST A LIFETIME Taking photos during your study abroad semester is a great way to keep your memories fresh forever. Once you return home, these photos will remind you of your fantastic time abroad. But, since we do not want to think about going home...

    0 by Simone, one month ago
  • Party in Milano and my top 5 – Nightclubs

    Where do I start… Going out to clubs was a major part of my Erasmus experience; I was out all the time! Milano is well known for its nightlife, especially Erasmus nights. The offer is huge, with something happening every evening and always in different places. You...

    0 by Catarina, one month ago
  • HOW TO FIND SOMETHING INTERESTING IN AN UNLOVED SUBJECT

    One situation which students often face in college is having to cope with a subject which they have no interest in. Often times, these are regarded as being boring because it is either the teacher in charge of it, does not have the proper teaching skills and hence, he...

    0 by Talika, one month ago
  • Erasmus in Humboldt U. zu Berlin

    As I said in my profile I would need some help as an incoming student. If someone knows wheter all the classes are in German, how many ECT (credits) are every subject, how many subjects do I have to take, the list of the avaliable languages that an Erasmus student can...

    0 by noemi, one month ago
  • Everyday life in Belgium: strange habits and how to get used to them

    As we all know, all cultures are different. If you come from the bordering countries, you might have similar habits. Me, once I arrived in Belgium, I found out a few things that shocked me a little bit about their culture and habits. If you are willing to have a...

    0 by Silvia, one month ago
  • Types of coffee

    You may be an Erasmus+ student in Porto, Lisbon or some other Portuguese city, but that doesn't mean you speak this poetic language fluently. Although I am sure your language level will be much higher at the end of your experience, you might not be there yet. But of...

    0 by Amadea, one month ago
  • My top 5 - Aperitivo

    During my Erasmus time in Milano I must have done the famous “Aperitivo” at least 20 times... No joke! More than being an Italian tradition, doing Aperitivo in Milano in particular has become a cultural phenomenon. The context of aperitivoitself used to be...

    0 by Catarina, one month ago

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