Student-friendly Pubs to Celebrate Oktoberfest in 2020

The official festival may be cancelled this year but you can still celebrate Oktoberfest in 2020 without travelling! Read more
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Travels

A Love Letter to My Host University

Several obstacles nearly destroyed my chance to go on an Erasmus. When I finally arrived at my destination, I discovered that I still had a lot to learn. Read more
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Erasmus, Culture, Education

Tough Times? Tougher Volunteers

The previous months have been tough for everyone. But there were some people who, despite the fears, worked on ameliorating the lives of others. The ESN volunteers were some of those people. We should celebrate that when the world needed us, we delivered.Read more
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Erasmus, Volunteering

Finding Light at the End of the Post-Erasmus Tunnel

My Erasmus exchange in the Netherlands was the happiest six months of my life. This posed an issue when it came to returning to my normal life. What do you do when your new-found life and the joyful emotions that come with it come to an end?Read more
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Erasmus, Travels

Why Are We Waiting For Tomorrow to Start Living?

We’re always talking about getting on with our lives. Well, we are. We get on with our lives. This is it. Maybe the problem is that I’ve always been driven by my wants. My life’s always been about tomorrow. And the idea that life is now… it’s horrible.Read more
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Erasmus, Health

When motivated volunteers join forces - ESN section in the spotlight July 2020

This month's stage lights are shining bright on ESN UNWE, a sunlit section from Bulgaria. While 2020 seems disastrous to everyone else, it turns out that ESN UNWE have managed to make it their year. Keep reading to find out what kind of magic they used.Read more
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Erasmus, Culture, Volunteering

How an Internship Compares to Student Life

From social life to daily routine and living environment, a student exchange is in many aspects a different world from an internship. This article will look at observations of an Erasmus enthusiast for whom one experience just wasn’t enough.Read more
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Erasmus, Travels

LGBTQ+ & Proud: The Community on Erasmus

Going on Erasmus can be all about rediscovering yourself. But being part of the LGBTQ+ community can be tricky. Here are some testimonials from people in the community who went abroad. Read more
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Erasmus, Culture, Social Inclusion

Living Alone for The First Time

Living alone is a totally new experience. And as with all new experiences, it comes with surprises, ups and downs. And it also makes us realise, adulthood can sometimes be pretty lonely.Read more
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Travels, Culture

The Perks of Having No Sense of Direction

Many travellers claim that the best way to discover a new city is by getting lost in its streets. I might have taken that a bit too literally…Read more
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Erasmus, Travels

The Perfect Time to Step Up – The Black Lives Matter Movement and Why it Matters to Europeans

Why the Black Lives Matter Movement is relevant and important for everyone.Read more
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Social Inclusion, Education

Virtual Concert: 10 Great Albums Released During the Global Lockdown

Friendly reminder for brighter days: when the world sucks, listen to some music. When you’re tired of replaying the same old music, don’t miss out on the chance to explore and discover new releases!Read more
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Culture

It's Pride Month: Let's Learn About LGBTQ+ History!

Happy Pride Month! This Pride has been clouded by many disasters that our society is facing, so I'd like to use this moment to try to educate people on Pride and the community’s history, though it’s impossible to map out the whole history in one article.Read more
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Social Inclusion, Education

Two countries, one European love story

This isn’t your usual love story - it includes a rollercoaster of emotions during an exchange. Two girls who dared to dream are the perfect example of the Erasmus generation: whenever we travel we feel more European, but home is where the heart is. Read more
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Erasmus

Call Me By Your Erasmus

Here’s to falling in love with yourself, falling in love with the view and falling in love with others. Here’s to you, here’s to the friends you never expected and here’s to the love you found. Here’s to love!Read more
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Erasmus

Three Cheers for Erasmus Heartbreak

We have made it a tradition to celebrate Erasmus couples, but I feel like it’s about time heartbreak came into the spotlight. Read more
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Erasmus

Respecting your Self Limits and Mental Health

Sometimes, we forget what we really need, and we sacrifice ourselves on the altar of ephemeral entertainment in order to be socially acceptable or to find an escape from what troubles us. Read more
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Erasmus, Health

Being trapped in productivity

Is productivity a new kind of addiction?Read more
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Erasmus

When your Erasmus is Affected by a Pandemic

At the beginning of the lockdown in Portugal, I stumbled upon Ana’s blog article, a fellow Croatian ESN volunteer that found herself doing Erasmus in Aveiro, my hometown, this semester.Read more
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Erasmus

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The official festival may be cancelled this year but you can still celebrate Oktoberfest in 2020 without travelling!
Categories: 
Several obstacles nearly destroyed my chance to go on an Erasmus. When I finally arrived at my destination, I discovered that I still had a lot to learn.
Categories: 
The previous months have been tough for everyone. But there were some people who, despite the fears, worked on ameliorating the lives of others. The ESN volunteers were some of those people. We should celebrate that when the world needed us, we delivered.
Categories: 
My Erasmus exchange in the Netherlands was the happiest six months of my life. This posed an issue when it came to returning to my normal life. What do you do when your new-found life and the joyful emotions that come with it come to an end?
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We’re always talking about getting on with our lives. Well, we are. We get on with our lives. This is it. Maybe the problem is that I’ve always been driven by my wants. My life’s always been about tomorrow. And the idea that life is now… it’s horrible.

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