Post-Erasmus depression? Be gone!

In one way or another, almost everyone suffers from post-Erasmus depression. Here are a few ways to not give in to it.Read more
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Erasmus

7 things you should know about being an intern at ESN International

What is it like to work for Europe's largest network of student organisations?Read more
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Volunteering, Employability

How to keep ESN spirit alive during the summer

Although summer is a slower time for ESN, it is important to not completely lose touch with your members.Read more
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Volunteering

Six common Erasmus fears and how to deal with them

Are you afraid you'll lose all your friends back home and not understand a word anyone's saying? Take it from us: you'll make it.Read more
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Erasmus

8 reasons why Madrid is the best Erasmus city

If we look at statistics, Spain is the most popular Erasmus destination country. And now, Madrid has won the title of the best Erasmus city. They must be doing something right!Read more
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Erasmus

Once Erasmus, always Erasmus

The Erasmus experience doesn’t have to end. Look at it as a beginning of a new chapter.Read more
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Erasmus

Organising an Eduk8 event - the perfect team building

Being a part of the planning and organising of an international event can be rewarding in so many ways. Read more
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Volunteering
Emanuel Alfranseder

From President to Honorary Achievement

During this year’s Annual General Meeting in Warsaw, a new form of member recognition was introduced to the network - the Honorary Achievement Award.Read more
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Volunteering

Happy Europe Day!

We all have a reason to celebrate today. Read more
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Culture

5 valuable skills you get out of ESN

It's not just about having fun with international students. While we're doing what we love, we're developing real skills.Read more
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Volunteering, Employability

Last day of AGM Warsaw - what really happened

Here are some memories from the final day of this unforgettable Annual General MeetingRead more
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Volunteering

Day three of AGM Warsaw - we’re still here!

Sad that you're not at the AGM? We've got your back: here's our report from the third day. Read more
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Volunteering

Day two of AGM Warsaw - it’s really happening!

Want to know how the second day of the AGM went? Here goes. Read more
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Volunteering

AGM - a dream come true!

AGM Warsaw is finally here and no longer a dream! Want to know what happened yesterday? Keep on reading!Read more
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Volunteering

AGM Warsaw 2016 kicks off in just four days!

The Annual General Meeting of the Erasmus Student Network will take place on 7-10 April in Warsaw, Poland. Read more
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Volunteering

SocialErasmus: bringing a smile on children’s faces

Young volunteers will Leave their Mark in Warsaw through a European social project: SocialErasmus.Read more
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Social Inclusion, Volunteering

Erasmus Bucket List

Wondering how to make the most of your time abroad? Check this list and start checking things off.Read more
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Erasmus

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Finally! Holidays are coming! Christmas traditions rely heavily on food, so we get to indulge in countless delights in the comfort of our winter clothes. But why limit our taste buds only to what we are used to?

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It’s not too late to visit foreign countries for Christmas - you can take a pick from this list of budget-friendly destinations right now!
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Sleep is an essential part of our lives, yet many of us neglect it completely. In a hectic life we rarely get enough hours of rest, not to mention its quality, and we may not even realise the consequences. It’s time to take better care of yourself!
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No matter whether you are an experienced volunteer or are just thinking about joining a volunteer organisation, this quiz will help you understand better what volunteer path fits you best. Good luck!

Prepared by Dora David

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Are we so different or is it just our appearance? It is said that all nations differ in culture, customs, the way of thinking, and many other things. But is it really true? Let’s see if it is based on the example of Taiwan.
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Erasmus has its fair share of stereotypes and myths that surround the programme, but it is time to put an end to it. What can you truly expect from your studies abroad and which myths should we say goodbye to?

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