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Erasmus experiences

  • 10 / 10 points

    Experience in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia by Shalom

    What is it like to live in Addis Ababa? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? I LOVE ADDIS ABABA. it isn't well known but the country is beautiful. being the only country in ethiopia that wasn't colonized, it still has it's true culture that many other...

    0 by Shalom, in Erasmus experiences Addis Ababa 5 hours ago
  • 6 / 10 points

    Experience in Leuven, Belgium by Bart

    What is it like to live in Leuven? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? The most people that live in Leuven are students. Also Leuven is rather a small city. The most things you can reach by walking. But there is also a very good bus system.What is the student...

    0 by Bart, in Erasmus experiences Leuven 5 hours ago
  • 10 / 10 points

    Lost in Holocaust Jews Memorial in Berlin

    Lost in Holocaust Jews Memorial "The Jews tortured, exiled and repressed unlike any other people in history." I walk slowly through the concrete blocks at the Holocaust Memorial in Europe, or the Holocaust Memorial. For me it was a painful but peaceful experience....

    0 by Hoàng, in Erasmus experiences Berlin 11 hours ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    Erasmus in Prague

    What is it like to live in Prague?  It's a magical place to live in, the city has a natural beauty, not sure if it is for the river, the bridges or for the architecture of the buildings , but it is definitely a city where you always have something new to do or visit....

    0 by Joana, in Erasmus experiences Prague 18 hours ago
  • 7 / 10 points

    Never Stop Exploring

    The other week, a few friends, my sister and I decided to go to the Gatineau Hills for a hike. The Gatineau hills are located in Quebec, Canada. While not in the same province as me, the only thing that separates us from this part of Quebec is a bridge. A sea of...

    0 by Sierra, in Erasmus experiences Gatineau 1 day ago
  • 10 / 10 points

    Some words about Thailand

    As far as I know and feel after the trip to Thailand recently, tourism is one of the key economic sectors of the country. The Thai government is very focused on promoting tourism and cultural specialties with international friends. With what I have witnessed, I have to...

    0 by Hoàng, in Erasmus experiences Bangkok 2 days ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    Erasmus Experience in Bologna, Italy by Belén

    Why did you choses to go to Bologna, Italy? I had heard that Bologna is the Erasmus Capital of excellence and before I chose I wanted a little information. After a couple of days, it was already clear, I would go to Bologna! Furthermore, I loved the language and this...

    0 by Jess, in Erasmus experiences Bologna 3 days ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    Vietnam - how to deal with Corrupt Traffic Police

    Today I was just punished by the traffic police in Vietnam, in general also unfortunately. I have to pay a lot of money not to the goverment but to the policemen, they will keep these money for themselves. So I decided to write this article for international students...

    0 by Hoàng, in Erasmus experiences NEU 3 days ago
  • 7 / 10 points

    Experience in London, United Kingdom by Gabriela

    What is it like to live in London? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? busy, expensive, funWhat is the student lifestyle like in London? expensive, wildHow much does it cost to live in London? a lotIs it difficult to find accommodation in London? Is there any...

    0 by Gabriela, in Erasmus experiences London 3 days ago
  • 7 / 10 points

    Erasmus experience in Lublin, Poland by Martin

    Why did you choose to go to Lublin, Poland? To discover Polish culture How long is your stay? How much help do you get (from the state, or others)? First semester with 560 € (80% of the erasmus state scholarship, the rest of it i'll get in June) How is student life...

    0 by Miriam, in Erasmus experiences Lublin 3 days ago
  • 9 / 10 points

    Made In Taiwan: A guide to living, traveling, and finding an ESL job in Taiwan

    So you’ve finished your degree, now what? If like me, you’re torn between finding a 9-5 or taking a gap year traveling, why not do both at the same time? In this guide I’ll advise you how to work and travel in Taiwan simultaneously, so you can earn some cash to...

    0 by Michael, in Erasmus experiences Taichung 3 days ago
  • 9 / 10 points

    Experience in Amman, Jordan by Dana

    What is it like to live in Amman? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? Amman is a beautiful small city . We don't live in tents or ride camels as we are thought to . Actually, there are many great developments in the city. Amman is a safe place to live in....

    0 by Dana, in Erasmus experiences Amman 3 days ago
  • 7 / 10 points

    Experience in Aveiro, Portugal by Álvaro

    What is it like to live in Aveiro? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? Living in Aveiro is a very pleasant experience. A very calm city, without the rush of big cities like Lisbon and Porto, you don't waist hours in traffic and you can go anywere in 15...

    0 by Álvaro, in Erasmus experiences Aveiro 4 days ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    5 days trip to Budapest

    Some friends and I decided to arrange a trip to some place in Europe to celebrate the end of our exam period. We arranged everything between december and january for our trip at the beginning of february. Budapest was a good choice for us, since it's a quite cheap...

    0 by Marta, in Erasmus experiences Budapest 4 days ago
  • 7 / 10 points

    Discovering a small town in Italy: Matera.

    If you're somewhere on the southeast coast of Italy, I recommend you to rent a car and take a day to see Matera. This city is ancient and it is known for being the filming location of many movies, most notably The Passion of the Christ.  ...

    0 by E, in Erasmus experiences Matera 4 days ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    Discovering a small town in Italy: Giovinazzo.

    In my last post I wrote about the port city of Bari on the south east coast of Italy.  Today I'll start with showing you around Giovinazzo, Italy, which is a town within the province of Bari. If you're looking for a small, traditional Italian coastal town, look no...

    0 by E, in Erasmus experiences Bari 4 days ago
  • 9 / 10 points

    Heritage Days in Edmonton, Alberta!

    I recently visited Edmonton, Alberta to see a close friend and to learn more about this Canadian city. While in Edmonton, we spent a day at the Heritage Days Festival, where the various cultures of Edmonton's residents are celebrated each year. This year, 100 countries...

    0 by Kaelin, in Erasmus experiences Edmonton 4 days ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    Discovering a small city in Italy: Bari.

    Not your generic traveling.      Plenty of people will be writing about the most frequented cities and capitals of countries around the world: Rome, Paris, Lisbon, Berlin, Tokyo, Miami. Sure, I might have been there too, and they're really beautiful and worth...

    0 by E, in Erasmus experiences Bari 4 days ago
  • 7 / 10 points

    Experience in Padua, Italy by Ana Rosa

    How was living in Padua for you? Would you recommend it? Not really. For workers, there isn't a lot of work. It's only a town for students, and because of this, it's very difficult. What's the student atmosphere like in Padua? Very mixed! The students are always moving...

    0 by Mireille, in Erasmus experiences Padua 4 days ago
  • 7 / 10 points

    Experience in Padua, Italy by Sebas

    What was living in Padua like? Would you recommend living there to others? It seemed like quite a pretty and calm place to live, where there are many possibilities to do activities and art to discover. The hours, compared to Spain, are more limited and different, and...

    0 by Mireille, in Erasmus experiences Padua 4 days ago

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