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Na zdrowie! ¡Salud! or Cheers! - regardless of the language, this is one of the first words we learn when we go abroad.
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There is no growth without change. Meet the candidates that rose to the challenge and ran for the International Board.
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The Annual General Meeting has officially started!
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Erasmus+ offers scholarships to students lasting up to 12 months per study cycle. But only a handful know that this period can be used for an internship, not only for a study exchange program. It’s easier than it seems!
While abroad, we become more aware of similarities and differences that bring people together and observe things beyond our own reality.
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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?
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Late night talks, language barriers, heavy rain, new friend requests. If there isn’t a song about it, it probably didn’t happen yet.
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Equipped with objectivity and melted hearts, ESNers elected the members of the new International Board last weekend.
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On Thursday we arrived one by one, on Friday we all became one.
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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?
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ESN, ESN, ESN... What is ESN and why do you hear this abbreviation so often nowadays? ESN stands for the Erasmus Student Network. Do you want to know more? Here goes.
Daphne Scherer is another example of a person who has used her volunteer work for ESN to her benefit. Today, she works for the European Commission.
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Have you ever dreamt of going far from home and having an unforgettable adventure?
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How can I, in the best possible way, sum up five months of an Erasmus exchange?

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