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  • My favourite places in Japan (1 of 2): Kyoto, Nikko, Hiroshima, Miyajima...

    Hi guys! After my 23-day trip in Japan in the summer of 2018, I thought it would be a good idea to share all the places I loved the most with you. In this first part, I'm going to concentrate on my favourites being Kyoto, Nikko, Hiroshima and Miyajima. The next article...

    0 by Holly, in Erasmus blog Japan 6 days ago
  • Life lessons I learnt whilst travelling in Japan

    Hello everyone! I'm really happy to be sharing all the life lessons I learnt during my trip to Japan two years ago. In this article, I really want to highlight how travelling can offer so many learning experiences if you remain open and if you let yourself go with the...

    0 by Holly, in Erasmus blog Japan 6 days ago
  • Fallas in Valencia

    If you're about to embark on your Erasmus journey in Valencia, try to come during the second semester or for the whole year so you don't miss out on the Fallas (a famous festival)! Before coming to Valencia, and when I started asking about this city, everyone I spoke to...

    0 by Holly, in Erasmus blog Valencia 7 days ago
  • Living in Valencia

    I have been living in Valencia for a year so now I think I can tell you what the city's like. This city isn't very big, nor is it too small, and you can get to almost everywhere by bike. Although you can also take the metro, bus and tram to get around. One of the most...

    0 by Holly, in Erasmus blog Valencia 8 days ago
  • Liverpool

    Although it's not a big city, and in my opinion isn't as pretty as Dublin, it's where the Beatles were formed. If you walk around this city, you'll find lots of different memorabilia of the Beatles, like museums, statues and also merchandise in gift shops. As I arrived...

    0 by Holly, in Erasmus blog Liverpool 8 days ago
  • About Karun Kandoi - Director of Extramarks

    Karun Kandoi Director of Extramarks Education India Pvt. Ltd. Mr. Karun Kandoi founded his first company in 2006 named Shree Eduserve Private Limited and later he established,  "FOCUS" an academy for spoken English and personality development. After successfully...

    0 by Karun, in Erasmus blog Jaipur 9 days ago
  • 10 Disadvantages of doing Erasmus in a Group!

    Following the previous post, in which I speak about the advantages of doing Erasmus in a group, I am doing the exact opposite here, in which I speak about the disadvantages, or at least, the original constraints that come from thinking about everyone else's balance and...

    0 by Vivian, in Erasmus tips 10 days ago
  • My university life

    My name is Jenny, on February 27 I got a scholarship to go study in the United States at Harvad University, it was very hard to say goodbye to my family, my first day of classes at the university I went with my friend Silvia, after the university we went for a walk we...

    0 by Jenny, in Erasmus blog United States 10 days ago
  • I love you mi love

    For a long time I have been in love with you. Jenny I love you.You are the most important thing in my life and I never wish to lose her, for me there is no woman more perfect than you, I love his way of being, I love your crazy, her pretty words, but above all I...

    0 by Luis, in General 10 days ago
  • Reasons for living in Rimini

    Hi everyone! I hope you're all okay! In this new post I want to tell you all about the reasons why you should live in Rimini, a city where I had the chance to live for two years whilst I was doing my Master's at the Rimini campus, part of the University of Bologna. I...

    0 by Holly, in Erasmus blog Rimini 12 days ago
  • Fruit with Nutella!

    In this post I would like to share with you is a typical and healthy Italian pairing of Fruit and Nutella! It is one of my favourite ways of eating it, because compared to the normal "Nutella on bread", it reduces the number of calories so I feel a lot less guilty! The...

    0 by Emily, in Erasmus recipes 12 days ago
  • 14 things I learnt about Porto

    The first thing that struck me when I arrived in the city was the number of abandoned buildings, uninhabited and ill-maintained. Even in the main streets, if you look upwards you will see there are a number of buildings that are being renovated (these are mainly in the...

    0 by Emily, in Erasmus blog Porto 12 days ago
  • Difference in the standard of living between France, Portugal and Spain

    For any student who wants to do a six months' Erasmus placement or even begin their higher studies in a university in Europe, you must remember that Europe is made up of many different countries which are all characterised by their different standards of living. In...

    0 by Holly, in Erasmus blog Madrid 13 days ago
  • Budgeting for your year abroad

    Your year abroad with Erasmus is a year of many emotions, but it is also a year where a lot of money seems to disappear. In one way or another however, you will manage with the help of parents, by winning scholarships or working. However you manage to support yourself,...

    0 by Emily, in Erasmus tips 13 days ago
  • Visit to the Parisian capital

    During the numerous months I spent as an Erasmus student I got the chance to visit different European destinations, and it was made easy mainly because of the low cost transport options which are available between European countries such as the buses or the cheap...

    0 by Holly, in Erasmus blog Paris 15 days ago
  • Carpe Diem: Seize the Day - the law of living abroad

    This post is relevant to any student (or traveller) who has decided to leave their country on an international cultural exchange programme to live with a new family, study in a new school and discover a culture potentially completely different to the one they left...

    0 by Emily, in Erasmus blog Argentina 15 days ago
  • Eco-responsible travelling: the ultimate guide in 15 steps (part 2)

    Hi everyone! Here is the second part to my guide on "how to travel in an eco-friendly way": Link! In the first part, I mentioned 7 important points, and in this one I'm going to cover the other 8. I hope that it will be useful and that you learn lots of things! Happy...

    0 by Holly, in Erasmus tips 17 days ago
  • The amazing colours of Portugal

    You surely have heard that in Portugal there are some amazing sunsets, maybe the most beautiful in Western Europe. Thanks to its geographic location, one could also say a strategic location, Portugal indeed enjoys some fascinating, romantic and unforgettable sunsets....

    0 by Aurora, in Erasmus blog Portugal 18 days ago
  • Heads up football fans

    Heads up soccer fans. World Cup or not, there are some basics to soccer betting. As you already know, oftentimes coming out ahead of the game (meaning more money in your pocket at the end of the day) is all about getting the basics right. A good place to start is with...

    0 by maria, in Erasmus tips 18 days ago
  • Eco-responsible travelling: the ultimate guide in 15 steps (part 1)

    The complete guide: How to travel in an eco-responsible way? My 15 tips! It's advisable not to exceed 1.2 tonnes of CO2 emissions per person per year to comply with the guidelines and thus reduce global warming. Yet that amounts to a cheap single flight from London to...

    0 by Holly, in Erasmus tips 19 days ago

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