Monday, 3 April, 2017 - 16:07

One year of ESNblog

It's our birthday! Here are some of the topics that mattered to us in the past year.

How do you measure a year in a blog’s life? On our first anniversary, let’s have a look at what we’ve talked about since we launched on the 3rd of April in 2016!

We’ve done our best to help you make the most of your Erasmus…

7 reasons to befriend international students - or to become one!

Erasmus bucket list

… and to recover when it’s over

Post-Erasmus Depression? Be gone!

Once Erasmus, always Erasmus

We believe that Erasmus can change your life…

What to expect when you’re exchanging

… and that ESN can make it even better

7 reasons why joining ESN is the worst thing you can do


Fantastic soft skills and where to find them

We want to share the love...

Kate & Javi

Marianna & Marcel

...and make sure we get more stories like this!

Long distance relationships during Erasmus - 7 tips on how to make it!

We believe that we can make a difference…

SocialErasmus: bringing a smile on children’s faces

… and that there’s no stopping us!

No limits - only possibilities

Volunteers: Heroes of the modern age

It's time to start another great year of telling the stories of the Erasmus generation!

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Volunteering
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A new life. One of the many trips you have done, but this time is just feeling different. Your heart is pumping so fast and you’re a little bit sweaty, as you know this time, this journey involves many other aspects.
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These study tips have changed the way I study. I achieved my academic goals and had additional time to do what I truly enjoy.
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There are many different forms of exchanges, even within Europe.
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Before the start of the academic year you might feel pretty overwhelmed by the amount of work approaching. Do you feel like getting into the roller-coaster-like track will take you ages? Check these 5 ideas that will help you to enjoy the end of summer!
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Going to a foreign country may be daunting mainly due to the cultural differences, but getting to know another culture will open doors to a new exciting experience
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The super strict schedules so many of us follow often mean we can barely get involved in anything. From the start of the day to the middle of the night, we are constantly working.

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