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“It’s something that makes you grow as a person. It is an essential part of what makes us human. It involves generosity and compassion. It comes from the heart and it goes straight back into the heart. No matter what your abilities are, anyone can do it”.
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“We left with only one wish: to come back next year”
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‘Towards Sustainability’: Start your Erasmus year right by applying sustainable habits.
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“Erasmus opened up my mind and indirectly influenced my playing skills, which completely changed my life.”
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The Erasmus experience doesn’t have to end. Look at it as a beginning of a new chapter.
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Studies show that separated couples are actually more likely to have a happy relationship.
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Different people have different stories to tell. Yet, when it comes to Erasmus, it seems like the conclusion is quite similar: just go for it!
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My Erasmus destination, a colourful city with hospitable people and positive vibes, situated right by the Atlantic Ocean. A place where you will leave a piece of your heart and will always strive to come back. Welcome to Porto!
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When you move abroad for a definite shorter or indefinite longer time you will probably get homesick at one point. This is the time you start searching for a home in your own self.
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A magical city with breathtaking views, mesmerising sunsets and one of the most beautiful buildings in the world, not to mention tasty food and atmospheric bars. Welcome to Budapest!
If you’ve ever been displeased with the stereotypes connected to your nation, you should give this article a read. This is a light-hearted story about how nationality changes the way people perceive us, while also influencing how we perceive other people.
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Sometimes we just feel like we need a change. To shake up the status quo. To challenge ourselves. Like I did, when I went on Erasmus to work as a language assistant for children.

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