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  • Experience

    An Experience in Lübeck, Germany by Johanna

    What is it like living in Lübeck? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? The words "small but mighty" best describe Lübeck. A small, individual, cosy, wonderful city with lots of culture and history. The old town is neat and really beautiful. There is...

    0 by Sophie in Erasmus experiences Lübeck, 3 years ago
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    Bucket List - Madrid

    Travel guides famously outline cities so well that at the end you don't know what you should actually do. If you've also read Lonely Planet, like I myself have, then every place sounds like the most breathtaking place in the world. I have actually read a travel guide...

    0 by Sophie in Erasmus experiences Madrid, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    The Cuisine in Ciudad Guayana, Venezuela

    You're going to like this blog; I know it! The beauty of Ciudad Guayana Ciudad Guayana is a city formed of 2 towns: Puerto Ordaz and San Félix. It is situated in the south of the country and it has many places and restaurants with a variety of typical dishes,...

    0 by Sophie in Erasmus blog Venezuela, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    The Night Life in Warsaw

    Turning now to the core of the nightlife, I have no idea where to start, so I will list some of the most well-known places between students and my experiences with some of them. Multipub: It was the first pub/club that I went to on my second day of arriving in Warsaw....

    0 by Sophie in Erasmus blog Warsaw, 3 years ago
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    ETHZ, the best in Europe and the world

    Are you planning on studying in Switzerland? Are you studying engineering? Go to ETH, in Zürich. It's an amazing university, their investigation teams are the best in the world, their budgets aren't so small, the Masters' classes are almost all in English, there are...

    0 by Sophie in Erasmus tips, 3 years ago
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    An Erasmus Experience in Kraków de Ander

    Why did you choose to go to Kraków, Poland? I had been told how good the city was. It's the second city in Europe which receives the most Erasmus students. It is a very cheap city and is in an excellent location to travel to the rest of Europe. How long was your grant...

    0 by Sophie in Erasmus experiences Krakow, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    Hooking up in Sweden

    Today I am bringing an interesting topic to the table, and we'll see if it hots up the comments, which ultimately few people will comment on! What I'm saying may be seen as a little biased because I have a partner, and the majority of people that I go out with are the...

    0 by Sophie in Erasmus blog Umea, 3 years ago
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    Erasmus in Nancy (France)

    Why did you choose to go to Nancy, France? Well the truth is, I didn't have much choice because my university didn't offer anywhere else in France. How long was your scholarship? How much money did you receive? My scholarship was 6 months and it was extended for 3...

    0 by Sophie in Erasmus experiences Nancy, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    The Trip: The Lofoten Islands (II)

    Hello fellow Erasmus people! Before starting to tell you about my trip, I'm going to tell you a little more information about the Lofoten Islands and how to move and get there. How to get about Lofoten As I've already said in a previous post, we arrived by plane from...

    0 by Sophie in Erasmus blog Norway, 3 years ago
  • Place

    Statue of Liberty

    If you want to see the Statue of Liberty, one of the most famous statues in the world, but you don't have quite enough money to travel all the way to New York, then you're in luck, because there is a replica in Colmar (a French city that is situated a few kilometres...

    by Sophie in What to see Colmar, 3 years ago
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    The Catacombs of San Francisco

    The Famous Catacombs of San Francisco in Lima: Hi everyone! I hope that you're all well. I'm going to tell you that when I was a student at San Marcos, I always wanted to be a tourist guide and one day my dream came true, when I got to do my internship at the Casona,...

    by Sophie in What to see Lima, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    Cheap and cheerful eating in Vienna

    Let's have a little look at the local, albeit not genuine, Viennese cuisine. By this we mean from the point of view of a student, whose grant isn't even enough to pay the monthly rent of the apartment. This list is based on our experience to date and we hope to fatten...

    0 by Sophie in Erasmus blog Vienna, 3 years ago
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    Erasmus Experience in Galway, Ireland by Alma

    Source Why did you decide to go to Galway, Ireland? I must admit that Manchester (UK) was my first choice but when the decision of the placements came out and I saw that I had Galway, I was just as happy. It was my second choice anyway. I had been told a lot about...

    0 by Sophie in Erasmus experiences Galway, 3 years ago
  • Blog

    The Learning Agreement Odyssey

    Source Hey again! As everyone knows, one of the most complicated things for everyone about doing an Erasmus year is the famous Learning Agreement or its equivalent. Yes, that contract brings us down the street of bitterness and gives us such a headache because...

    0 by Sophie in Erasmus scholarships, 3 years ago

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