Student bars in Europe for a great night out (that won’t hurt your wallet)

Enjoying a city’s nightlife is one of the key factors of studying abroad for many people, so finding the best student bars in your new city should be high on your Erasmus bucket list.Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture

Post-Erasmus Depression and How to Handle it

Post-Erasmus Depression is something that is not talked about as much as it should be. Going on (or coming back from) exchange is terrifying, but even now there are ways to see the benefits of it and how you’ve grown as a human being!Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture

Multicultural Love On Script

I was looking for a movie that represented both romance and the mobility aspect, so when I stumbled upon this masterpiece, I knew I had to write about it. It is a film about taking a chance and embracing life as it is - as an adventure.Read more
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Travels, Culture

UK’s departure from the Erasmus+ programme

The UK government’s decision to abandon the Erasmus+ programme is disappointing news for many people, but even ignoring the emotional aspect, it still strikes me as an odd, illogical choice.Read more
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Erasmus, Culture

Lessons Learned in 2020

They say that if it did not work out, it is a lesson learned. Considering how many things did not work out, there is a lot to learn.Read more
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Social Inclusion

Getting your Encore of the Erasmus Generation

I joined ESN for a simple reason: to do more than studying. It has already been 4 years since that, and if someone had told me from the past what I could do thanks to this student organisation, I would have answered that they were entirely bonkers. Read more
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Erasmus, Volunteering

Christmas From a Distance

Finding a home away from home can be difficult, but these young people managed not only to spend the holidays perfectly happy wherever they were but to give time and energy to others’ and brighten up their (holi)days as well.Read more
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Erasmus

New year new you? Where to go to tick off your 2021 goals

2020 has been quite the year, hasn’t it? So it’s quite understandable if your New Year’s Resolution is literally just to survive 2021.Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture, Health

The Compassionate Act of Wearing a Mask

During a time of uncertainty and fear, all we have is each other. The best way to show our compassion is by protecting those around us, even when the cost seems too great.Read more
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Health

Observations of an Expat

They’re sitting on the small balcony, chatting. The sun is shining bright today, and the temperature is just perfect if you sit in the sunlight. They’re slowly sipping coffee and smiling. Read more
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Erasmus, Culture

Festive fun for an amazing Christmas 2020 wherever you are

Holidays in 2020 might be slightly different to other years but there are still plenty of fun festive experiences to be had wherever you’re celebrating.Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture

You Can Stand Out Even When Having a Mental Disorder: Famous Paradigms

Sometimes we think that a diagnosis is the end of us. That we are our illness. That success, inspiration, love and happy moments will always pass us over. But history, my friends, says otherwise.Read more
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Culture, Social Inclusion

Cheap Eats in Europe

We know that, as a student, you’re often short on cash. We also know that a lot of European cities can be really expensive and it’s hard to find good food at restaurants that fit your budget! Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture

The Art of Multitasking and Why We Can’t Give It Up

This term should sound familiar to anyone today. The prefix multi means more than one thing. Indeed, when speaking of multitasking, it’s hard to imagine an idyllic vision of a person practicing meditation. There are haters and lovers of multitasking.Read more
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Culture

Kindness: The Superpower of Individuals

Kindness has always been the driving force of every major social change, so it doesn’t come as a surprise that it could potentially be the key factor in changing the world.Read more
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Erasmus, Culture, Volunteering, Social Inclusion

How Can Schrödinger's Cat Explain Our Existential Origins?

At some point in our lives, we all wonder whether there is a foundation in our existence or if we are just a set of circumstances. Either way, understanding human nature could lead us to understand ourselves.Read more
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Erasmus

Why Exploring Your Home Is The Best

We all miss travelling a lot. What if we can get the same experience without leaving our home cities?Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture

Halloween Isn’t Cancelled! - Activities for a Holiday at Home

Spooky season is officially on, but 2020 has changed our habits: social distancing is a must and trick or treating, our old-time favourite activity, must be put on stand-by. But that doesn’t mean Halloween is cancelled!Read more
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Culture

The Algorithm of Life

We are so busy trying to figure out life’s algorithm that sometimes we miss what’s in front of us. Life.Read more
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Erasmus, Culture

How To Cope With The Loss Of a Long-Distance Friend?

Almost everyone at some point has to face the pain of losing a friend. And when it comes to a friend from a distance, the pain is more different. Read more
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Erasmus, Culture

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Enjoying a city’s nightlife is one of the key factors of studying abroad for many people, so finding the best student bars in your new city should be high on your Erasmus bucket list.
Categories: 
Post-Erasmus Depression is something that is not talked about as much as it should be. Going on (or coming back from) exchange is terrifying, but even now there are ways to see the benefits of it and how you’ve grown as a human being!
Categories: 
I was looking for a movie that represented both romance and the mobility aspect, so when I stumbled upon this masterpiece, I knew I had to write about it. It is a film about taking a chance and embracing life as it is - as an adventure.
Categories: 
The UK government’s decision to abandon the Erasmus+ programme is disappointing news for many people, but even ignoring the emotional aspect, it still strikes me as an odd, illogical choice.
Categories: 
They say that if it did not work out, it is a lesson learned. Considering how many things did not work out, there is a lot to learn.
Categories: 
I joined ESN for a simple reason: to do more than studying. It has already been 4 years since that, and if someone had told me from the past what I could do thanks to this student organisation, I would have answered that they were entirely bonkers.

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