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Going on an exchange may be a costly business. Will you be able to keep up with your normal routine? I asked two students from different countries to break down their budget to shed some light on this question.
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In the kaleidoscope of events that Erasmus always is, it is very easy to lose track of people that you meet. But don’t you worry: we made a list of people who will surely come your way during the exchange!
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My Erasmus exchange in the Netherlands was the happiest six months of my life. This posed an issue when it came to returning to my normal life. What do you do when your new-found life and the joyful emotions that come with it come to an end?
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We’re always talking about getting on with our lives. Well, we are. We get on with our lives. This is it. Maybe the problem is that I’ve always been driven by my wants. My life’s always been about tomorrow. And the idea that life is now… it’s horrible.
This month's stage lights are shining bright on ESN UNWE, a sunlit section from Bulgaria. While 2020 seems disastrous to everyone else, it turns out that ESN UNWE have managed to make it their year. Keep reading to find out what kind of magic they used.
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From social life to daily routine and living environment, a student exchange is in many aspects a different world from an internship. This article will look at observations of an Erasmus enthusiast for whom one experience just wasn’t enough.
Going on Erasmus can be all about rediscovering yourself. But being part of the LGBTQ+ community can be tricky. Here are some testimonials from people in the community who went abroad.
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Living alone is a totally new experience. And as with all new experiences, it comes with surprises, ups and downs. And it also makes us realise, adulthood can sometimes be pretty lonely.

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