International experiences can lead to an international job

Daphne Scherer is another example of a person who has used her volunteer work for ESN to her benefit. Today, she works for the European Commission.Read more
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Volunteering, Employability

Top destinations for Erasmus – grab the opportunity!

Have you ever dreamt of going far from home and having an unforgettable adventure?Read more
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Erasmus

What to expect when you’re exchanging

How can I, in the best possible way, sum up five months of an Erasmus exchange?Read more
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Erasmus

So you think you know Egypt?

This handy guide should give you a valuable insight into the uncharted world of non-ESNRead more
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Travels

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Preserving your Erasmus memories in a creative way will make them more vivid and enduring!
Over 11,000 people in 27 countries all across Europe contributed to improving society during Social Inclusion Days organized by ESN this April. Are you ready to leave your mark?
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The true story of a student who has experienced academic mobility three times, and proves you can never go on an exchange too many times!
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Lack of motivation is a common issue all volunteers face. However, the situation doesn’t have to be so complicated since there are multiple ways to bring back the initial excitement and joy that made us fall in love with ESN.
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Sometimes we travel because we feel pressured by our environment to explore certain places. But that’s not why we should travel - our trips shouldn’t be about countries, but about experiences instead.
I had no clue there was a possibility of doing an internship in another ESN section until I found myself among the ranks of one of the biggest and most active sections - ESN Lisboa.

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