Time for Festivals

Top music festivals to attend during your summer vacation in EuropeRead more
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Culture

Reality check time: Erasmus is over

The end of your Erasmus programme might feel like the end of the world you currently live in, but the world after your Erasmus will be even better.Read more
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Erasmus

Aleksandra & Roxanne: an Erasmus Friendship That Defies Time and Distance

“The time we spent at each other’s homes felt like no time had passed at all!”Read more
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Erasmus

The Emotional Cost of Travel

Amarens: "it’s not only a financial but also an emotional commitment; once you decide to go, you can never come back"Read more
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Travels

Fears of Returning Home

Mel’s Mapa Mundi: “I am afraid of forgetting who I have turned into and going back to being the person I used to be.”Read more
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Erasmus, Travels

Embracing Europe

A story of self-discovery by embracing the European spiritRead more
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Culture

Students helping students

It all began in 1987 with a group of pioneer exchange students. Read more
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Erasmus

AGM Germany, part 4: Deciding the future

Equipped with objectivity and melted hearts, ESNers elected the members of the new International Board last weekend.Read more
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Volunteering

AGM Germany, part 3: We are one

On Thursday we arrived one by one, on Friday we all became one. Read more
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Volunteering

AGM Germany, part 2: What makes you run for the IB?

Our candidates for the International Board will tell you.Read more
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Volunteering

AGM Germany, part 1: A generation of changemakers

The biggest meeting of the Network has started in Berlin!Read more
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Volunteering

8 best practices of the SocialErasmus Week

Great ideas lead to other great ideas. Check out some of the best practices of the SocialErasmus Week and let us bring change into our world!Read more
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Volunteering, Social Inclusion, Environment

How do introverts fit into ESN?

Our network relies greatly on internal communication and teamwork, and its development depends on networking. So, how do people who predominantly don’t excel in those things fit into the picture? Continue reading to find out! Read more
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Volunteering

One year of ESNblog

It's our birthday! Here are some of the topics that mattered to us in the past year.Read more
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Volunteering

No limits – only possibilities

Three stories about students with disabilities and their Erasmus adventures that will push you to dream big!Read more
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Erasmus, Social Inclusion

How ESN can give your career a push

Use your ESN experience and contacts to learn how to positively reshape your professional future.Read more
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Volunteering, Employability

7 reasons to befriend international students – or to become one!

It is often said that going abroad is the best life experience. Mel - a blogger and a former Erasmus student - the girl with wanderlust is how she prefers to call herself - pointed out a few reasons why it is so great to be in an international environmentRead more
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Erasmus, Culture

10 tips to become a sustainable Erasmus student

‘Towards Sustainability’: Start your Erasmus year right by applying sustainable habits.Read more
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Erasmus, Environment

Dormitory vs. apartment

You were accepted into the Erasmus+ programme and now you have an important decision to make: to apply or not to apply for a place in the student dorms?Read more
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Erasmus

Seven Wonders of being in a Small Section

I look at the small sections and I think: ‘What a wonderful world!’.Read more
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Volunteering

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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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Do you remember your first crush? Can you recall how exhilarating it felt when you first met and you realised they hold a special place in your heart? What if I told you that it’s possible to feel the same way about a city?
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This might feel like a very personal piece, but above all it is meant to highlight the inspiration, skills, and self exploration that leaving your comfort zone can bring, whether that’s an exchange, volunteering or simply being honest with yourself.
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A crash course on how to deal with a long distance relationship between you and your loved ones. Take a look at our tips and don’t let the distance scare you!
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We are the Erasmus Generation. Travelling is in our blood and moving to study or work abroad is a common decision we make. But how well do we actually know our home countries?
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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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