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  • Awful Dorm Room Experiences

    Not sure who was here reading my blog posts in 2017, but back then I was living in the United Kingdom for my Erasmus experience. It went so well that I decided to move back to England at the beginning of this academic year, 2018/2019. I transferred to Coventry...

    0 by Cristian, 2 days ago
  • Internship Abroad: What Are the Advantages and Benefits? Is It Really Worth It?

    Doing an internship abroad might sound like a daunting prospect. What are the advantages of moving to a different country to complete an international internship programme? Is it really worth all the hassle? If you’re a recent graduate feeling a little bit lost or a...

    0 by Agata, 8 days ago
  • The Importance of Cultural Competence in Teaching Social and Emotional Skills

    Mrs. Prawl, a white Middle-class American, is a first-year teacher at Washington Middle School, a rural school serving a large population of Black and Latino students from low socio-economic backgrounds. The principal of Washington Middle School would like...

    0 by Thomas, 10 days ago
  • Sweeps, creeps, and interrupted sleeps: my experience working in a hostel in Bordeaux!

    Last summer, eager to kickstart my year abroad, I decided to spend a month working in a hostel in Bordeaux. Those few weeks were, without a doubt, some of the best of my life, but that is not to say that things were always easy, or as I would have liked them to be. In...

    0 by Madeline, 16 days ago
  • The Landlord Dilemma: Online Letting Agents vs Traditional Letting Agents

    Traditional industries, such as real estate and letting, are slowly but steadily undergoing a change. Urban dwellers – both those who want to let their flat and those looking for one to rent. They are constantly searching for more efficient ways to fulfil their...

    0 by Maria, 17 days ago
  • 10 drinks to try in Italy!

    I’ve been living in Italy for the past couple of months, and during my time here, I’ve had the opportunity to try loads of amazing new foods and drinks! Today, I’m going to be focussing on the latter category, and going through ten beverages I believe anyone...

    0 by Madeline, 18 days ago
  • Public transport in Porto part 1

    I would like to devote this post to traveling in Porto, because I believe this is one of the issues that you will have to deal with practically every day. I split this topic into two parts. In this part you will find a practical guide to the zones in Porto and the most...

    0 by Gabriela, 20 days ago
  • Beaches and rocky cliffs around Lisbon

     hello dear readers this time I am going to write about the experience I had when I was visiting the beautiful city of Lisbon, Portugal. I had the exclusive chance to visit a friend of mine in Portugal during the summer and I must say that in those 5 days I talking a...

    0 by nahom, 23 days ago
  • Fabulous Frankfurt

    Hello dear friends & travellers out there, It's a short blog about a short Frankfurt experience. A three day experience that i hardly made out of nowhere. It was a visit to Berlin, primarily for professional purpose. Flown into Frankfurt and the city was asking me,...

    0 by Prince, 28 days ago
  • 10 ways to meet people while travelling solo!

    Travelling alone is undoubtedly one of the most liberating experiences anyone can have. You can set your own hours, explore places exactly as you please, and learn a huge amount about yourself as you become more knowledgeable about the world around you. However, as...

    0 by Madeline, one month ago
  • Weekend trip Bavaria: Day 2 - Bavarian Castles

    It’s a known fact: Erasmus is not an unusual thing anymore. This is great for every student and it means that, just as me, other Portuguese friends from my University decided to go for the adventure of their lives! The same way I was in Milan, João was in Freising...

    0 by Catarina, one month ago
  • Filming education - my inspiration

    For those who do not know what to see!Martin Scorsese - a director who received 11 nominations, and 5 wins at the 2012 Oscars, recommends 85 films, many of which he watched while still a child in a small apartment in New York If someone watched something,...

    0 by nastya, one month ago
  • Ethiopian Easter

    Hello dear readers, this time around I will be writing about something very actual that is going on these days, especially in this week. For some it is a mere excuse for a simple get-together with family and friends while for others it is considered to be one of the...

    0 by nahom, one month ago
  • Polish Easter

    Hello dear readers, this time around we are going to talk about a very important christian festivity which takes plce each year. Whether you are a believer of the christian faith or not, Easter is so important that it is considered as a holiday for everyone (maybe...

    0 by nahom, one month ago
  • Erasmus = open-mindedness !

    How many times haven't I heard this? "You'll see, you'll come back from Erasmus, you'll be (much more) open-minded". And ok, personally, I don't believe that. It may just be a month that I've been on Erasmus, but what I see around me does not always reflect...

    0 by Chrys, one month ago
  • Joseph Samra’s Future

    The future seems bright for Joseph Samra. He wants to see his four children grow up and pursue their goals and aspirations with honor and integrity. He also wants to take part in training the next generation of lawyers, teaching them to interpret the law...

    0 by Joseph, one month ago
  • My Best Day (As of yet!)

    Having already and conveniently been on a trip to Rome to see Ireland beat Italy in the Six Nations one of my friends Chiara invited myself and our English friend Daniella to come and visit her and her family at home in Trento, which of course we took her up on and I...

    0 by Catríona, one month ago
  • Sunday by the lake

    Hello dear reader this time around we are going to talk about on how to enjoy one of these sunny and warm weather days. If you are someone like me living and studying in Perugia you know that at some point there is the urge to feel the fresh breez that comes from the...

    0 by nahom, one month ago
  • How to Get an Essay Paper Cheap?

    Academic stress has increased nowadays. The old school modes of teaching and learning have entirely changed. Many students wander on the internet platforms to seek apaper cheap. Attaining top-notch grades is an uphill task. It takes efforts, time and...

    0 by John, one month ago
  • See it and Do it

    If you can see it in your mind! You can take the action to turn it into reality! Everything I wanted to achieve when I was a kid has happened. And now is to think about what is next? We need to decide the person we want to become - get rid of all the fear and the doubt...

    0 by Jen, one month ago

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