The Role of Mobility in a Socially Inclusive Society

While abroad, we become more aware of similarities and differences that bring people together and observe things beyond our own reality.Read more
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Erasmus, Social Inclusion

The importance of non-formal and informal learning in Erasmus+ projects

You have always wanted to know more about the perks of participating in an Erasmus+ project? This article will make you wish you have already handed in an application, or ten.Read more
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Erasmus, Education

Regional Platforms are over - what now?

If you’ve experienced your first Regional Platform this year then you’re probably feeling a little overwhelmed. What are you supposed to do with this new knowledge? In collaboration with ICE, we’re here to steer you in the proper direction!Read more
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Volunteering

Svalbard - the Northernmost Place for Your Studies

In a land far, far away, where polar bears run freely beyond the TV frame and the sun doesn’t set for four months in a row, there is an unexpectedly active student life. Would you dare to move there?Read more
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Culture, Travels

10 Lecturers Every Erasmus Student Will Encounter

There are certain types of professors we just can’t avoid despite our best efforts. And although there are some we wouldn't even contemplate taking a break from, there are definitely a couple which we wouldn't mind missing a lecture or ten from.Read more
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Erasmus

5 Ideas for Student-friendly Dishes

What to do if you don’t want to spend a fortune or a whole day in the kitchen, but still want to eat something delicious? Here are some ideas!Read more
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Erasmus

Advance Your Language Level During Your Erasmus

How to get that advanced language level you know you can.Read more
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Erasmus

#myESNcareer: Focus on Business

Have you ever dreamed of working for a big multinational company? Here’s how ESN can help you enjoy a great career in one.Read more
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Volunteering, Employability

Psychologically Speaking: The Erasmus Experience

Erasmus is one of those adventures which can’t be forgotten - we don’t feel the same when we come back. Read more
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Erasmus

Rural tourism - hidden gems of Europe

London, Paris and Rome are on everyone’s bucket list - however, did you ever wonder what hides between those colourful patches of land while you’re flying over them to your urban dreamland?Read more
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Travels

Your Autumn Bucket List

Summer might already be over but that doesn’t mean you should stop having an incredible time. Autumn comes with its own perks, so let’s say NO to autumn blues, and instead embrace the good mood and try some new activities.Read more
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Culture

The Journey of Self-discovery

This isn’t a story about the one who broke my heart, nor the one who pieced it back together. This is a story with much more meaning, a story about how I was changed into the person I am today.Read more
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Erasmus

Low-cost Travelling

Travel whenever you can. Don’t worry about the costs, try your best to make it work. Experience is far more valuable than money will ever be!Read more
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Travels

How to Survive Long Layovers at Airports

Every wanderluster is familiar with long layovers and sleepless nights at large, international airports. Here are some useful tips on how to turn a seemingly awful scenario into a worthwhile experience.Read more
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Travels

A Sneak Peek Into #MyErasmusCrib - Manuel

And finally Manuel from Spain, the last finalist of the #MyErasmusCrib contest, talks about his accommodation abroad and exchange experience in the beautiful Pisa, Italy. Keep reading and discover another way of finding accommodation in a foreign country!Read more
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Erasmus

A Sneak Peek Into #MyErasmusCrib - Maya

Maya, another one of our finalists of the #MyErasmusCrib contest, moved from Georgia to Iasi, Romania for two years thanks to the Erasmus Mundus programme. Keep reading to discover her experiences finding accommodation and living abroad.Read more
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Erasmus

A Sneak Peek Into #MyErasmusCrib - Alberto

We are opening our #MyErasmusCrib contest with Alberto from Spain who did his Erasmus exchange in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. Continue reading for an interesting story regarding his accommodation abroad, as well as some useful tips.Read more
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Erasmus

Top 10 Most Beautiful Islands in Europe

Are you looking for a place to visit this summer? Find out which ten destinations are a must-see for the warmest season of the year.Read more
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Travels

Travelling in the zero-waste world

Travelling is never good for the planet. Well... except for when you are hiking with a bag full of tree seeds and planting them all over the place… Doesn’t happen too often, right?Read more
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Travels, Environment

The songs that Followed your Erasmus Footsteps

Late night talks, language barriers, heavy rain, new friend requests. If there isn’t a song about it, it probably didn’t happen yet. Read more
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Erasmus

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Discovering and experiencing different cultures is one of the main reasons for choosing to travel, move or study abroad. Here’s how the culture of your host country will leave a mark on you during your Erasmus!
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Have you been convinced that English is just not enough and want to learn a new language? Not sure where to start? Take a refreshing break with our quiz, and maybe it’ll give you an idea of what language to take up next!

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Today, English is the language of internationalisation. Be it during an exchange, travels or even your career, you will need to use it. Yet, does that mean we don’t have to learn any other foreign languages?
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To my old self before leaving for Erasmus: there’s a million things I’d like to say but let’s just start with me telling you this was the best decision of your life!
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Travelling can pretty easily throw you off your health and fitness regime, but don't worry - we've got you covered!
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The feeling when you are about to go on Erasmus is indescribable: it is a mix of anxiety about the unknown and desire to experience something different, to get out of your comfort zone.

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