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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, 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, 12 hours 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, 2 days ago
  • 5 Places to Visit on Your Package Trips to Greece

    Package trips to Greece with your family and friends is the best escape from the busy life of the city to a relaxed and memorable destination. Greece as a travel destination also offers great historical experiences for the tourists with its many historical and...

    0 by Maria, 6 days ago
  • Using Google to write your essay

    The power of Google Unless you’re writing an essay on a really obscure topic, odds are that someone else has already done some research on the subject. And odds are that some of this information will have found its way into Google. Instead of starting...

    0 by Natasha, 6 days ago
  • Is it necessary to go to a city where they speak English?

    I'm going to do my Erasmus placement in Italy. In Italy? They don't speak English there, plus, Italian won't help you in the future. Who speaks Italian outside of Italy? Every employer will require you to speak English, you have to learn English, you have to eat English...

    0 by Kate, 8 days ago
  • Culture, Living and Hits in the Morocco

    ~Amazigh (Berberians): Morocco has a large fan in terms of climate and culture. The basic thing is the country has different types of cultures and different types of climates. Before the Arabic, Berberian was living in that place. Amazigh was the ethnic group of North...

    0 by Byz, 9 days ago
  • Advice to avoid feeling like you will die from nostalgia

    Yesterday, I realised that I have been living by myself for four months now. Four months in a foreign country and, strangely, I have survived. Not only have I survived, I have actually had an amazing time here. Before coming, especially the night before the trip, there...

    0 by Kate, 11 days ago
  • Telephone companies and bargaining in Morocco

    One of the things we are most worried about since smartphones appeared in our lives is to find a WiFi network wherever we are. Even if we are in the Pole North, because we need to be connected with the world. The majority of us need the Internet almost the 24 hours of...

    0 by Laura, 19 days ago
  • Wonders of the world- a wish list

    This is not a "been there- done that"- post, but an "OMG I WOULD LOVE TO GO THERE SOMETIME!" -post.  As I've kept myself busy planning trips in my dreams, I've managed to write down some wishes from videos I've seen on Facebook, Instagram and other places which I would...

    0 by Kristin Petra H., 24 days ago
  • Introduction & my student room

    Hi! My name is Katelijne, I am 20 years old. I was born in Indonesia, but I live in Belgium. I study tourism and recreation management. Currently, I am for one semester in Valencia, Spain. My interests are music, languages and traveling! Prior to erasmus All...

    0 by Roelof Lubbert, 24 days ago
  • ESL: Let You Hiring

    All graduates of the college want a successful career, and they muse about different fields that may interest them, and the skills they need to come up in the queue. There is, however, an area that is often overlooked or not taken seriously - learning...

    0 by Freddie, 25 days ago
  • Metro Saldanha

    I am doing a series on useful places around metro stations in Lisbon. You leave a metro station and you would like to find some interesting monuments, a caffe to relax, or a bar or a park to have a beer in the afternoon, or maybe you would like to find a restaurant to...

    0 by Bernardo, 25 days ago
  • Be Creative. Don`t afraid of conflicts

    Conflicts are normal. You do not even have to be bad. However, the way they are handled can often lead to great harm. Learn how to solve conflicts creatively. Here are some ideas for you. First, conflicts are normal. Whenever people come together, the...

    0 by Thomas, 27 days ago
  • Have You Been Prepared For An Global MBA?

    They say which the options you make determine around the life you live. If you are dreaming of obtaining an MBA diploma overseas, you happen to be without a doubt about to create a everyday living-altering decision! How for making sure it truly is the best one? There...

    0 by Douglas, 27 days ago
  • Cambridge University Law Summertime Program

    A single with the most amazing approaches to experience law is via the Cambridge regulation summertime university. By taking the Cambridge regulation summertime training course you can get to practical experience educating from some of the ideal minds...

    0 by Douglas, 27 days ago
  • Transportation, my experiences

    Transport experiences The greatest thing for me who’s filled with untamed wanderlust is the easy access to anywhere when I’m placed in the middle of Europe. The bus system in Europe is quite good, and I’ve used it a lot. Most of these busses are just as...

    0 by Kristin Petra H., 30 days ago
  • Smell the Christmas spirit..

    The time before Christmas shouldn't just be all about finishing exams and packing your bags, it should also be about having fun, being with friends and to get new experiences! If you're studying or having a internship/traineeship abroad during the fall semester this is...

    0 by Kristin Petra H., one month ago
  • Before you leave...

    Here's some tips for you before you end your mobility abroad: Finish your paper work like Learning Agreement and so on in advance if possible, so you don't have to stress with that in the middle of packing and getting home Critically evaluate how much luggage you have!...

    0 by Kristin Petra H., one month ago
  • Buying Simcard in Milano

    In Milan, you have 3 different options of choosing sim card operators: Wind, Tim or Vodafone. I bought Wind like my many friends in there because most of my friends were using Wind and they told me they were satisfied. When you go to any Wind store with your passport,...

    0 by Nurullah, one month ago

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