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Many travellers claim that the best way to discover a new city is by getting lost in its streets. I might have taken that a bit too literally…
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Christmas is a holiday traditionally spent with family and close friends. When you’re on Erasmus, going home for the holidays is not always possible. Multiple cities across Europe offer a solution for those who spend Christmas in their Erasmus city.
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Keeping in touch with your Erasmus friends after the exchange is over is not always easy, but these friends have made sure they meet each other at least once a year for the past 10 years! Here’s an Erasmus friendship that has lasted a decade!
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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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Fascinated by how Erasmus united different people, I decided to ask some friends if they remember the way it all started for them. Every path that led to Erasmus is unique - these are some of them.
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The magic of travelling alone is often hidden, underlying. I realised it only after the initial fear was gone and I explored this city, learned all its secrets, heard all that it had to whisper to me - only to me. You can’t not fall in love with it.
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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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If asked to describe the strongest passions of my life, I’d probably talk about my Erasmus, and music. This is the story about how music changed my life during Erasmus, and how Erasmus changed the way I view music.
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The official festival may be cancelled this year but you can still celebrate Oktoberfest in 2020 without travelling!
A series of frequently asked questions, answers and useful links in one place for Erasmus+ students, volunteers and trainees.
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Several obstacles nearly destroyed my chance to go on an Erasmus. When I finally arrived at my destination, I discovered that I still had a lot to learn.
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The previous months have been tough for everyone. But there were some people who, despite the fears, worked on ameliorating the lives of others. The ESN volunteers were some of those people. We should celebrate that when the world needed us, we delivered.
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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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