#myESNcareer: Focus on Business

Have you ever dreamed of working for a big multinational company? Here’s how ESN can help you enjoy a great career in one.Read more
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Volunteering, Employability

How ESN can give your career a push

Use your ESN experience and contacts to learn how to positively reshape your professional future.Read more
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Volunteering, Employability

Fantastic soft skills and where to find them

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.Read more
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Volunteering, Employability

Gain professional experience by going abroad!

Have you ever thought about going abroad? Well, did you know that many employers seek students who have international experience?Read more
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Erasmus, Employability

7 things you should know about being an intern at ESN International

What is it like to work for Europe's largest network of student organisations?Read more
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Volunteering, Employability

5 valuable skills you get out of ESN

It's not just about having fun with international students. While we're doing what we love, we're developing real skills.Read more
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Volunteering, Employability

International experiences can lead to an international job

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.Read more
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Volunteering, Employability

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Dorms. They come in all shapes and sizes, and all you have to do is find the right one for you. Not everyone can handle dorm life; it’s a specific subculture of shared living that forces people to cohabitate, usually in too-close-for-comfort conditions.
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Nothing beats eating out in a restaurant or going out for a few drinks, but considering the current global situation, takeout is the way forward.
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Today (8/03) is the day we celebrate women. We celebrate the suffragettes that fought for our rights. We celebrate Simone de beauvoir, Angela Davis, Frida Kahlo, Malala Yousafzai, Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
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Feeling like belonging to a local community is out of your reach? Being on Erasmus is not always a piece of cake. Especially when you don’t know the language of the country where you’re going. Here are some tips that can change that!
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Enjoying a city’s nightlife is one of the key factors of studying abroad for many people, so finding the best student bars in your new city should be high on your Erasmus bucket list.
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Post-Erasmus Depression is something that is not talked about as much as it should be. Going on (or coming back from) exchange is terrifying, but even now there are ways to see the benefits of it and how you’ve grown as a human being!

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