The Causes of ESN

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!Read more
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Culture, Volunteering, Social Inclusion, Health, Education, Employability, Environment

Why You Should Never Choose a Job Over Your Youth

We work to live not live to work. While it might seem tempting to start a paid job as early as possible to become financially independent, you should ask yourself is it really worth it? What are the costs of such a decision? Find out reading this article!Read more
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Erasmus, Volunteering, Education, Employability

SocialErasmus+: A Powerful Beginning

SocialErasmus+ is all about taking a step further, making the Erasmus generation greater and stronger. If you are wondering how, follow my train of thoughts. Read more
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Erasmus, Volunteering, Social Inclusion, Education

The Power of Erasmus in Schools

Henry Ford once said, “Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at 20 or 80. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young”. Well, we happen to believe that the best teachers of this philosophy are children.Read more
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Erasmus, Culture, Volunteering, Social Inclusion, Education

The importance of non-formal and informal learning in Erasmus+ projects

You have always wanted to know more about the perks of participating in an Erasmus+ project? This article will make you wish you have already handed in an application, or ten.Read more
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Erasmus, Education

Behind the scenes: tricks and tips for writing

The six golden tips for creative writing from the writers of the ESNblog to help you connect, communicate, and create.Read more
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Education

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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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