ESN’s mission is to represent international students, but it can be done in many ways. Would you like to better understand ESN’s scope of work? Then this article is just for you!
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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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Follow the adventures of the winners of #MobilityIsMyLifestyle competition on their trip to five European cities in a span of two weeks and rediscover the curious traveller in you!
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Follow the adventures of the winners of #MobilityIsMyLifestyle competition on their trip to five European cities in a span of two weeks and rediscover the curious traveller in you!
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Follow the adventures of the winners of #MobilityIsMyLifestyle competition on their trip to five European cities in a span of two weeks and rediscover the curious traveller in you!
Our partner, Spotahome, works with people who are moving to places completely unfamiliar to them, and there’s one area of life more important to future movers than any other: equality.
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Even if reading isn’t your favourite pastime, it’s fun and educational and, after this article you will see it can have a positive effect on your life.
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While popping champagne, fireworks and countdown may seem universal, many countries have their own unique ways of celebrating the ending of the old and the beginning of a new year!
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London, Paris and Rome are on everyone’s bucket list - however, did you ever wonder what hides between those colourful patches of land while you’re flying over them to your urban dreamland?
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Every wanderluster is familiar with long layovers and sleepless nights at large, international airports. Here are some useful tips on how to turn a seemingly awful scenario into a worthwhile experience.
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And finally Manuel from Spain, the last finalist of the #MyErasmusCrib contest, talks about his accommodation abroad and exchange experience in the beautiful Pisa, Italy. Keep reading and discover another way of finding accommodation in a foreign country!
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Maya, another one of our finalists of the #MyErasmusCrib contest, moved from Georgia to Iasi, Romania for two years thanks to the Erasmus Mundus programme. Keep reading to discover her experiences finding accommodation and living abroad.
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A story of self-discovery by embracing the European spirit
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Our candidates for the International Board will tell you.
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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!
While Newt Scamander is on a mission to retrieve his lost magical creatures in New York, we are on a mission to find all of the hidden soft skills in our network.
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8 small cities that would change your Erasmus experience forever
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8 small cities that would change your Erasmus experience forever
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When you think about it, Erasmus is like a reward you give to yourself: a reward in the form of freedom.
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If you think that your Erasmus is an amazing opportunity to visit all the places you have always dreamed about, then you are absolutely right.
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Although summer is a slower time for ESN, it is important to not completely lose touch with your members.
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Are you afraid you'll lose all your friends back home and not understand a word anyone's saying? Take it from us: you'll make it.
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Sad that you're not at the AGM? We've got your back: here's our report from the third day.
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AGM Warsaw is finally here and no longer a dream! Want to know what happened yesterday? Keep on reading!
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Have you ever wondered how an Erasmus experience can affect you long-term? Here’s my story.
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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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