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Kriya Vij

Current city:
Paris
City of birth:
Naini Tal
Host university:
UNIMAAS
Home university:
ESCP-EAP

Kriya activity

  • Experience

    Living in Berlin

    Berlin is one of the best cities I have lived in.Here is some crisp information based on my experiences there. Architecture and Landscape German architecture is very unique, specially the old residential buildings. It is simple yet good looking and tidy. There are many...

    0 by Kriya in Erasmus experiences Berlin, 3 days ago
  • Place

    Checkpoint Charlie

    People around the world know something or the other about Germany's history. Much  of that history has taken place through significant events/sites in Berlin. Checkpoint Charlie is a small checkpoint with an immense significance. It attracts a huge number of tourists...

    by Kriya in What to see Berlin, 17 days ago
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    Fernsehturm Berlin

    Fernsehturm Berlin at night. Image credit : Diego Delso [CC BY-SA 4.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], via Wikimedia Commons Fernsehturm Berlin is one of the top 5 tallest structures of Europe. With a total height of 365 metres, this structure is one...

    by Kriya in What to see Berlin, 20 days ago
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    Brandenberg Gate

    One of the iconic structures of Berlin is the Brandenburg gate, the other one being Fernsehturm (the TV tower) and a possible third one - the Berlin Cathedral. It makes a beautiful tourist site today with a large number of visitors throughout the year. Here is some...

    by Kriya in What to see Berlin, 21 days ago
  • Blog

    Berlin

    As a student of ESCP Europe Business School, I got the opportunity to study in two of its six campuses in different semesters. I studied in the Paris and Berlin campuses. Since the minimum duration in each of the campuses is one semester, which is around 4 months, I got...

    0 by Kriya in Erasmus blog Berlin, 26 days ago
  • Place

    Arc de Triomphe

    Image credit : Paris-Paris-Paris.com | Arc de Triomphe at the center of avenues. Arc de Triomphe is one of the most prominent icons of Paris. It is a beautiful tall monument from a couple of centuries ago. On the new year 2017, once again, the midnight celebrations...

    by Kriya in What to see Paris, one month ago
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    Fontaine Saint-Michel

    Paris is a beautiful city. But there was a point where it all began. Fontaine Saint-Michel is an icon for that change as it is one of the first sites that were renovated. Today, other than the modern buildings, all the buildings of Paris are coherent. This gives the...

    by Kriya in What to see Paris, one month ago
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    The Conciergerie

    For those who are interested in knowing the French history, and look at the French revolution more closely, the Conciergerie would be an important monument to visit. Image credit : Unchanged image from Wikipedia | The Conciergerie as seen from the he opposite side of...

    by Kriya in What to see Paris, one month ago
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    Luxembourg Gardens

    Image credit : Frenchmoments | An area in the Luxembourg gardens Looking for a place with greenery and natural beauty, with a touch of French architecture and under the sun? Luxembourg gardens could be one of the places to go, and it's free! Location Image : Google...

    by Kriya in What to see Paris, one month ago
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    La Defense | Paris region | Ile de France

    A small part of La Defense as seen from near one of the Metro station exits The business district of the Paris region is named La Défense. According to this article in Wikipedia, it is the biggest purpose-built business district in the entire Europe. Hundreds of...

    by Kriya in What to see Paris, one month ago
  • Blog

    Benefits of an Exchange Program

    Europe is a very popular destination for students from all over the world to pursue higher education. Not only is the quality of education and the rankings of the universities high in many European countries, but the learning experience goes beyond mere education....

    0 by Kriya in Erasmus tips, one month ago
  • Place

    Palais de la Cité

    Image credit : sites.google.com | Aerial view of the marvellous island and its ancient buildings. Traveling and visiting new places is fun for most people. There is a lot of thrill in visiting places that have a story to tell about history, a different culture or...

    by Kriya in What to see Paris, one month ago
  • Blog

    Tips for living in Ile de France

    Living in Paris The French culture and practices are unique in many ways. Therefore, it can take time for some expats to fit-in. However, a collection of some tips useful day to day can simplify life. Read below in case you wish to know how different things go about in...

    0 by Kriya in Erasmus blog Paris, one month ago
  • Place

    Louvre

    Louvre is the world's largest Museum. The museum was originally a palace in the mideval times and now is host to this famous museum with its iconic glass pyramid in front of it. It has splendid architecture and thousands of artifacts. All of these carry historic,...

    by Kriya in What to see Paris, one month ago
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    Sainte-Chapelle

    Paris has many beautiful, historic and famous churches. During a visit to Paris, tourists don't forget to include these in their to-do list. I have visited many churches in the city and one of them happens to be my favorite place in the entire city. None of this...

    by Kriya in What to see Paris, one month ago
  • Blog

    ESCP Europe Business School - Berlin Campus

    ESCP Europe Business School has a nice campus in Berlin. The campus has fewer teachers and students compared to the Paris campus but it in no way is less of an experience. Image credit- ESCP Europe Business School website  The Berlin campus is located near the edges...

    0 by Kriya in Erasmus blog ESCP, one month ago
  • Experience

    Living in Paris

    Paris is known as the city of love, the city of lights, the fashion capitol, the business hub and the place with one of the best cheese. With the Eiffel tower as its icon, the city attracts millions of visitors every year, generating highly significant revenues by...

    0 by Kriya in Erasmus experiences Paris, one month ago
  • Blog

    ESCP Europe Business School

    Admission Admission to ESCP Europe Business School is challenging. Being a grand ecole, and among France's top 3 Business Schools, admission to the Business School is a very selective procedure. Even more so for the French students, who particularly have to work very...

    0 by Kriya in Erasmus blog ESCP-EAP, one month ago
  • Blog

    Asia to Europe : Part 2 : Getting to know

    My experiences about the city of Paris are not going to inform you about the best clubs- I am sober. They will not inform you about all the best foods - I am a vegetarian. Not about the amazing night life either - I am usually drunk on introvertism and youtube or work...

    0 by Kriya in Erasmus blog Paris, one month ago
  • Blog

    Asia to Europe : Part 1 : Culture Shock

    I come from India, one of the two major fastest developing countries of Asia. Somehow my personal network never made it possible to travel much of India, and outside of India. And the first time I took that flight to start my Masters in Paris was the first time I was...

    0 by Kriya in Erasmus blog Paris, one month ago
  • Place

    Montmartre

    Montmartre is a hill in Paris. The hill itself is arouns 130 metres tall. On top of this hill is a beautiful church. Paris has many churches of different and similar styles, new and old, but all of them are beautiful. The height of the church is more than 80 metres. If...

    by Kriya in What to see Paris, one month ago
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    Eiffel Tower

    The grand tower from the 19th century continues to take pride in being the crown of Paris. The Eiffel tower is the icon of Paris and also the top tourist destination of France. Even in the entire world, it is one of the top spots for tourism. Designed and built well...

    by Kriya in What to see Paris, one month ago

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