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  • How to write a covering letter.

    Many masters degrees, whether they're international or not, require that the student presents a covering letter in which they explain the reasons for which they want to take the masters degree, as well as the experience and the aspirations that they have. The truth is,...

    0 by Emma, 2 days ago
  • My Erasmus: How to Survive a Long Distance Relationship

    How to Survive a Long Distance Relationship The hardest moment of my life was saying goodbye to my boyfriend at the train station, tears in my eyes and uncertain as to whether we would last the next year. I was setting off for France, where I would be living and...

    0 by Jasmine, 5 days ago
  • Saving money while travelling in lithuania, some advices.

    Even if Lithuania is a small country you often need to take buses, trains, or other to reach your destination ! You will need also to find an accomodation if you stay overnight. Adding to that food expenses and extra... Travelling could be very expensive. Exactly the...

    0 by Alix, 7 days ago
  • How To Stay Vegan While Living Abroad

    To say that I have had a love-hate relationship with food is an understatement. In my younger years, I was a textbook example of the saying "you are what you eat". I was born with longganisa sized arms and thighs and maintained that figure long enough to earn the...

    0 by Belle, 9 days ago
  • 5 Ways I Grew As A Person Just By Living Abroad

    Growing up, I never really thought I'd become the nomadic type. I had always felt that life back home was as good as it was going to get and I was completely fine with it. Then came an opportunity to live by myself in sunny Spain and did I cling to it for dear life....

    0 by Belle, 9 days ago
  • How to sound like a pro in German

    Have you been studying German for ages but you still feel that you're not good enough? The question is: does anyone actually feel good at German? Probably not, but using a figurative language will boost you to a native speaker level. Here are 5 sentences that will make...

    0 by Michela, 9 days ago
  • Essay: African Culture and History

    Africa is very rich in culture and has many diversions of that because within a country you can find dialects changing as well traditions from one country to another. Write about Africa it's not a simple task. In this article, you can know how to write an essay about...

    0 by George, 11 days ago
  • Five European Cities Not To Miss While Studying Abroad

    After all these years of travel, I can conclude that the best thing about venturing outside of one’s home is the overpowering sensation one gets every time he or she comes across a new place and decides that it has made it into the ever-growing list of favourites....

    0 by Belle, 11 days ago
  • How I Coped With Post-Study Abroad Nostalgia

    Told myself this palace was my home for six months in Madrid, Spain Shortly after returning to the Philippines after a six-month "study tour" in Spain or "walwaldering" around Europe (the latter being a portmanteau of the Filipino word "walwal" meaning scattered and...

    0 by Belle, 11 days ago
  • Belgium: Pints of Beers, Boxes of Chocolates, and Tons of Fun

    Having loads of fun with my classmates, all on exchange, in Bruges, Belgium As much as I am a staunch advocate for solo travel, I have to admit that I absolutely love group travel as well. And when I say that I always have this particular visit to Belgium in mind. I...

    0 by Belle, 11 days ago
  • Granada, I'm Falling Under Your Spell

    Spain has got to be one of the most interesting and culturally-diverse countries not just in Europe but in the whole world. Millions of tourists flock to this country all year round and so I consider myself to be extremely lucky to have traveled from the north to...

    0 by Belle, 11 days ago
  • How To Make Your Stay Abroad Amazing

    When I first moved to Spain in 2015 for six months to study the Spanish language and culture, I had absolutely no idea what was in store for me. It was my first time in Europe, my first time to travel alone, I was 22 years old and seriously naive, and on top of that, I...

    0 by Belle, 11 days ago
  • 5 false stereotypes about the Erasmus

    Is your first time abroad and you don't know what to expect? Have you ever spent time reading about Erasmus but are you sure that everthing is true? Here are 5 false stereotypes you'll surely hear. Exams are just a formality for Erasmus students! Absolutely false!...

    0 by Michela, 12 days ago
  • NOT TO DO LIST before leaving for an Erasmus stay

    Are you about to leave for your first Erasmus but preparations for the departure are stressing you out? Well, here are my advices for you. Don’t put off your deadlines! Burocracy first! It is probably the worst part of the Erasmus, but it is necessary. Have your...

    0 by Michela, 12 days ago
  • How to survive in a German speaking country

    Learning a new language is never easy and German is not an exception. Not at all. Before moving to Germany, I had been studying German for years but I did not need much time to realise that my German wasn't good enough. So, my first piece of advice is:  Don't be...

    0 by Michela, 15 days ago
  • packing

    Some tips are important to close the suitcase. First of all, choose your clothes according to the weather conditions of the area. Second, avoid having extra clothes.Put on moisturizing creams and body sprays in your luggage, preferably in a separate bag. For the...

    0 by farzaneh, 23 days ago
  • Belgian Healthcare

    How to Book a Doctor’s appointment in Belgium  Going to the doctor when abroad can be extremely scary. There is the immediate worry of the language barrier as in medical matters communication is often vital as well as the fact that you may be alone and a bit scared....

    0 by Boats, 24 days ago
  • "Erasmus-proof" love stories!

    Introduction To start thinking about following a project, as important as it is expensive, in terms of time at least from a relative -but normal- point of view, necessarily presupposes a natural detachment from the context in whichy one used to live, whichever it may...

    0 by Chiara, 25 days ago
  • be safe

    Travel Security: Today I want to talk about a series of essential tips for maintaining travel safety. The text you read is based on my individual experiences. Any country is safe but before you start your trip, be sure to research a little about it or ask a question...

    0 by farzaneh, 26 days ago
  • Let's get started with the burearucracy!!! The Application form

    We are back again with a new post !!! This time talking about the Application Form to Aarhus University !!! I still remember the excitement I felt on that Tuesday 27th February. The university made us got on our nerves postponing over an over the shortlist of students...

    0 by Javier, 27 days ago
  • Golden Goose Ball Star some

    Once measurements are used, some trunk makers will certainly make a last to improve the kick out. But eating healthy as a teen can set the stage for good eating as an adult. They are a useful way to expand the functionality of the existing program without the need for...

    0 by valenti, one month ago

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