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Jennifer Rutter

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Jennifer Rutter

Current city:
York
City of birth:
York
Host university:
UB
Home university:
UoL

Jennifer activity

  • Experience

    Agnès' Erasmus Experience in Zlin, Czech Republic

    Why did you choose to go to Zlin, Czech Republic? The decision was made for me by my sending institution. How long did you stay? How much financial aid did you receive? I stayed for 2 months. Source What is student life like in Zlin? I didn't stay in university halls...

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus experiences Zlin, 7 months ago
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    Félicie's Erasmus Experience in Glasgow, UK

    Why did you choose to go to Glasgow, UK? The courses at the university interested me, and I wanted to go to a country where I would be able to master the language so that I could actually communication with the people there. Going to Glasgow meant I could immerse myself...

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus experiences Glasgow, 7 months ago
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    Ilya's Erasmus Experience in Puebla, Mexico

    Why did you choose to go to Puebla in Mexico? Because of the cultural diversity, the food, the low living costs and the beautiful weather. How long was your stay? How much financial assistance did you receive? I stayed from the 25th August 2017 to the 30th June 2018. I...

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus experiences Puebla, 7 months ago
  • Blog

    Clermont-Ferrand: origin of the name and its coat of arms

    As I mentioned in the introduction to my blog, I love doing cultural research on the places, people, and heritage of the countries where I live or have visited. Thanks to the ERASMUS programme I had the opportunity to live in the town of Clermont-Ferrand for a year....

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus blog Clermont-Ferrand, 8 months ago
  • Place

    Chocolate Story Factory

    The York chocolate story factory is an interactive museum that covers the entire history of chocolate in York. In this city-centre museum you will discover the first chocolate ever created and can compare it with today's creations. At York Chocolate Story you will walk...

    by Jennifer in What to do York, 8 months ago
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    York Minster

    The York Minster is York's very famous cathedral. Entry is £10 and if you want to climb the tower's 350 steps to get an uninterrupted view of York you will need to pay an extra £5. The climb up the tower is done in guided groups of 15 to 20 people at most. The tower...

    by Jennifer in What to see York, 8 months ago
  • Experience

    Student life in Clermont-Ferrand

    I arrived in Clermont-Ferrand in September 2015 for the first year of my communications degree at the University of Blaise Pascal. I lived in the city for two and a half years and I spent my final semester studying abroad. But two years is enough to experience...

  • Blog

    Kénitra, Morocco

    Kénitra is a Moroccan town on the Atlantic coast, 55km from the capital, Rabat. The new part of the city was built by the French during their colonisation of Morocco during the 19th century. 12 km from Kénitra there is a small village called Mehdia which dates back to...

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus blog Kénitra, 8 months ago
  • Blog

    Ifrane, Morocco

    Ifrane is a town in northern Morocco, 65 km from Fès and 160 km from Taza. The town was built amongst the Middle Atlas mountains and it draws many Moroccan tourists in winter and summer alike. It is a favourite destination amongst mountain lovers and people who enjoy...

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus blog Ifrane, 8 months ago
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    M'diq, Morocco

    M'diq (known as Rincon in Spanish) is a small village in the Tétouan province. In the summer it is very popular among Moroccan and foreign tourists alike due to the beautiful landscape, its beach, and also its proximity to the famous Marina Smir (15km from M'diq). The...

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus blog Morocco, 8 months ago
  • Blog

    Marina Smir, Morocco

    Marina Smir is the name of one of the beaches in the province of Tétouan. This paradise is located on the Mediterranean coast, 24 km north of the city of Tétouan. Life at Marina Smir This location doesn't really have a local population, except for a few farmers and...

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus blog Morocco, 8 months ago
  • Blog

    Saïdia, Morocco

    Saïdia is a small town in the Berkane province situated in Morocco's eastern region on the Mediterranean coast, it is precisely 65km from the city of Oudja, the region's capital. Life in Saïdia The local population is made up of fishermen and smugglers (they have...

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus blog Morocco, 8 months ago
  • Blog

    Taza, a town in Morocco

    Taza is my hometown, it is a Moroccan town situated in the north east of the country. It is 120 km from Fès and 230 km from Oujda. The town is located between two mountain ranges; the RIF mountain range and the Atlas mountain range at an altitude of 550m. It is the...

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus blog Morocco, 8 months ago
  • Place

    Jorvik Museum

    The Jorvik Viking Centre is a museum located in the centre of the town, close to a number of shops. Entry costs approximately £10. Jorvik recreates the Viking city of York. For the first part of the tour you travel around the town in small pods, almost like a...

    by Jennifer in What to do York, one year ago
  • Place

    The York Walls

    If you go to York, the most unmissable (and free) thing to do is to take a walk around the old city walls. The city walls surround the town and allow you to see the city limits. The walls are a sort of guided tour of the town and it's different quarters since all you...

    by Jennifer in What to do York, one year ago
  • Experience

    My Experience in York

    I had the chance to live in York for two months from May to June 2017. I undertook an internship at one of the hotels in the city. York is an amazing city! I recommend it to everyone. There are so many places to discover, and it is very easy to get around on foot so it...

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus experiences York, one year ago
  • Experience

    My Experience in Dijon, France by Rouis

    What is life like in Dijon? Would you recommend this city? Dijon is a small but pretty expensive town. Source What is student life like in Dijon? The students work hard but know how to party. You must go to la Salsa. What is the living cost in Dijon? 700 euros per...

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus experiences Dijon, one year ago
  • Experience

    My Experience in Dijon, France by Arthur

    What is student life like in Dijon? It is very concentrated around the campus and the town centre isn't very lively. What is the food like in town? What are your favourite dishes? There are a lot of things to try and a number of nice restaurants near the market...

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus experiences Dijon, one year ago
  • Experience

    My Experience in Dijon, France by Mickaël

    How did you find living in Dijon? Would you recommend it? What is the town like? For an Erasmus student, the city is enjoyable and full of surprises. It is a great time to explore this city as they have recently completed a significant amount of construction, including...

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus experiences Dijon, one year ago
  • Experience

    My Experiences in Dijon, France according to Juliette

    Did you enjoy living in Dijon? Would you recommend it to others? What is the town like? Dijon is a very nice town, it isn't too big so you can get around fairly easily on foot or by bike. What is Dijon's student life like? It's very cool, there are plenty of places to...

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus experiences Dijon, one year ago
  • Forum

    Erasmus Dijon 2018 / 2019 (English)

    Hi, I will be studying at Dijon from September and I was wondering if anyone had recieved confirmation of an official start date for Erasmus students? The academic calendars show lots of different dates and it is very confusing.  Thank you :)

    by Jennifer in Erasmus forum Dijon, one year ago

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