Erasmus: Time to Seize Every Opportunity

Your Erasmus is about to start, and you can’t help but get more and more nervous. You have heard all of those great stories from your friends that have already been abroad, but things are different this year.Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture, Education

A Love Letter to My Host University

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. Read more
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Erasmus, Culture, Education

The “Good Student Meets the Real World” Phenomenon

Let’s talk about what I call the “good student meets the real world” phenomenon. You know it.. It’s when you do everything right in school, only to find that those skills that helped you succeed academically are close to useless in the real world. Read more
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Culture, Education, Employability

5 Productive Study Tips That Will Help You to Succeed in Your Studies

These study tips have changed the way I study. I achieved my academic goals and had additional time to do what I truly enjoy. Read more
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Erasmus, Culture, Education

To All Fresh Postgraduates

In the months before graduation, all you think about is the end: the end of notifications from Google Class; the end of thesis writing; the end of exams. As soon as you reach “the end”, you suddenly realise you still have your life ahead of you.Read more
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Culture, Volunteering, Education

Globalised Education in a Globalised World

We are living in a globalised society, no doubts about it. But, what does it actually mean educationally speaking?Read more
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Erasmus, Education

Erasmus+ Explained - Most asked questions about the most successful European Programme

A series of frequently asked questions, answers and useful links in one place for Erasmus+ students, volunteers and trainees.Read more
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Erasmus, Volunteering, Education, Employability

The Perfect Time to Step Up – The Black Lives Matter Movement and Why it Matters to Europeans

Why the Black Lives Matter Movement is relevant and important for everyone.Read more
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Social Inclusion, Education

It's Pride Month: Let's Learn About LGBTQ+ History!

Happy Pride Month! This Pride has been clouded by many disasters that our society is facing, so I'd like to use this moment to try to educate people on Pride and the community’s history, though it’s impossible to map out the whole history in one article.Read more
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Social Inclusion, Education

Quarantine Time: Learn a Language!

Are you in quarantine? Or maybe cuarentena? Or if you please, quarentena? Karanténa? Whichever you go for, you end up with the same thing - not leaving the house! Or in other words, time to do something for you.Read more
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Education

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Let’s talk about what I call the “good student meets the real world” phenomenon. You know it.. It’s when you do everything right in school, only to find that those skills that helped you succeed academically are close to useless in the real world.
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You have already been in that city and you have seen the main tourist attractions, you had the chance to know the city and its main streets and squares. Now, you are somewhere in between being a tourist and being a local. Same city. A second attempt.
New year, new semester, new goals! This is the year we will be aiming to achieve something… that something can be mastering a new skill, building new good habits or leaving bad habits behind.
ESNers and students with an international mindset have something in common: the love for travel and learning about new cultures.
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Studying abroad was my number 1 motivator while applying to university. The thought of spending a semester abroad was a dream come true.
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Usually when one thinks of a university exchange, the thing that comes to mind is European countries and foreign languages.

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