#MobilityIsMyLifestyle Part 5 - Brussels

The skills I have gained through this trip are uncountable. In this article, I would like to present to you how travelling, mobility and being part of something big can change your life. Our 5th stop was Brussels, where I instantly felt like I belong.Read more
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Travels, Culture

Volunteering Makes The World Bigger

The most distinct influence volunteering activities have had on me is that they have pushed me to get out of my comfort zone and embrace the fear of the unknown, a fear everyone carries inside of them.Read more
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Volunteering

How to enjoy Madrid to the fullest!

Madrid is a city full of wonders! If you want to experience the wonderful city of Madrid, from its historical gems and world-class art, to the incredible parks, take notes! Here is a guide to enjoy Madrid like locals do.Read more
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Travels, Culture

I voted. What happens now?

During the period leading up to the European elections on May 23rd - 26th, there was a massive wave of encouragement and positivity towards voting and being an active citizen. But how do we continue building what we started?Read more
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Culture

Don’t stereotype me!

“A stereotype may be negative or positive, but even positive stereotypes present two problems: They are cliches, and they present a human being as far more simple and uniform than any human being actually is.” - Nancy KressRead more
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Culture

Reflecting on Erasmus After 4 Years

Have you ever wondered how an Erasmus experience can affect you long-term? Here’s my story.Read more
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Erasmus

Roads to Erasmus vol.2.0

Different people have different stories to tell. Yet, when it comes to Erasmus, it seems like the conclusion is quite similar: just go for it!Read more
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Erasmus

#MobilityIsMyLifestyle: Part 4 - Porto

My Erasmus destination, a colourful city with hospitable people and positive vibes, situated right by the Atlantic Ocean. A place where you will leave a piece of your heart and will always strive to come back. Welcome to Porto! Read more
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Travels, Culture

Home Is in the Small Things

When you move abroad for a definite shorter or indefinite longer time you will probably get homesick at one point. This is the time you start searching for a home in your own self.Read more
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Travels, Culture

#MobilityIsMyLifestyle: Part 3 - Budapest

A magical city with breathtaking views, mesmerising sunsets and one of the most beautiful buildings in the world, not to mention tasty food and atmospheric bars. Welcome to Budapest!Read more
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Travels, Culture

Greetings from Romania, with Love and Stereotypes

If you’ve ever been displeased with the stereotypes connected to your nation, you should give this article a read. This is a light-hearted story about how nationality changes the way people perceive us, while also influencing how we perceive other people.Read more
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Erasmus, Culture, Social Inclusion

You Grow When You Struggle

Sometimes we just feel like we need a change. To shake up the status quo. To challenge ourselves. Like I did, when I went on Erasmus to work as a language assistant for children.Read more
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Erasmus

#MobilityIsMyLifestyle: Part 2 - Edinburgh

If you are looking for a city with beautiful gothic architecture, historical sights, breathtaking museums and even a few witches roaming the cobbled streets, look no further: Edinburgh is the place for you!Read more
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Travels, Culture

The Causes of ESN

ESN’s mission is to represent international students, but it can be done in many ways. Would you like to better understand ESN’s scope of work? Then this article is just for you!Read more
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Culture, Volunteering, Social Inclusion, Health, Education, Employability, Environment

#MobilityIsMyLifestyle: Part 1 - Copenhagen

Let me introduce you to a pocket-sized fairytale, a city small enough to cycle from one end to the other in twenty minutes, but large enough to offer you bundles of new ideas, sights, designs and cuisine.Read more
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Travels, Culture

Why Volunteering Enriches Your Erasmus

The preconception of Erasmus is that you revamp yourself abroad because you’re in a brand new place. This rebirth could also include volunteering. But why should you volunteer on your break from real life?Read more
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Erasmus, Volunteering

How Much Is Your Erasmus?

Going on an exchange may be a costly business. Will you be able to keep up with your normal routine? I asked two students from different countries to break down their budget to shed some light on this question.Read more
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Erasmus

European Elections: Shaping Our Future

We are the Erasmus Generation. We have seen the power that lies in taking the first step to shape a future for ourselves. On May 26th, it’s time to take a leap for the generations to come. It’s the time to prove our strength in unity.Read more
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Culture

What’s your order? - Erasmus

Complete strangers from three different continents meet in a cafe in Istanbul and become friends. How come? Read this article to find out!Read more
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Erasmus, Culture

Finding a New Home on Erasmus

Erasmus can help you find new friends and create unforgettable memories, but have you ever thought that it can also give you a new place that you can call home?Read more
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Erasmus

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The skills I have gained through this trip are uncountable. In this article, I would like to present to you how travelling, mobility and being part of something big can change your life. Our 5th stop was Brussels, where I instantly felt like I belong.
Categories: 
The most distinct influence volunteering activities have had on me is that they have pushed me to get out of my comfort zone and embrace the fear of the unknown, a fear everyone carries inside of them.
Categories: 
Madrid is a city full of wonders! If you want to experience the wonderful city of Madrid, from its historical gems and world-class art, to the incredible parks, take notes! Here is a guide to enjoy Madrid like locals do.
Categories: 
During the period leading up to the European elections on May 23rd - 26th, there was a massive wave of encouragement and positivity towards voting and being an active citizen. But how do we continue building what we started?
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“A stereotype may be negative or positive, but even positive stereotypes present two problems: They are cliches, and they present a human being as far more simple and uniform than any human being actually is.” - Nancy Kress
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Have you ever wondered how an Erasmus experience can affect you long-term? Here’s my story.

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