Skills Gained from Volunteering in ESN

Volunteering not only gives you friends for life, but also unknowingly equips you for job interviews and prepares you for the scary ‘real world’. Here are the most common skills from volunteering you’ve most likely developed without realising!Read more
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Erasmus, Culture, Volunteering

From a "magic email" to an ESC in a Pandemic

Doing an ESC in the middle of a pandemic is not for everyone, but I’m proof that it can be a life-changing learning experience if you go into it without high expectations and with a flexible attitude. Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture, Volunteering

Tips to Avoid Culture Shock

Culture shock is never easy to grasp. We come from different backgrounds, regions, countries and ethnic groups. Read more
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Erasmus, Culture

I’m Going Through a Pandemic, What’s Next?

Having lived an unusual year, it’s time to set up new goals and embrace the new opportunities that may be waiting for us around the corner.Read more
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Erasmus, Travels

How Erasmus Helped Me to Find My Career

Throughout my school years, I was a classic essay-based subjects student. I loved researching, reading and planning before distilling and expressing my thoughts.Read more
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Erasmus, Employability

How to Handle Sharing Space for the First Time Ever

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.Read more
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Erasmus

Top takeout places to treat yourself in lockdown

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. Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture

Women that changed my life

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. Read more
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Erasmus

How to Become a Member of The Local Community During Your Erasmus

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!Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture

Post-Erasmus Depression and How to Handle it

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!Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture

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Erasmus is your life in one year. Exchange students talk about Erasmus so much  that your eye may start twitching when you hear it for the hundredth time. 
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We are living in a globalised society, no doubts about it. But, what does it actually mean educationally speaking?
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Just a year before quarantine, I was lucky enough to finally have the opportunity to go abroad with Erasmus. I was studying computer systems and was eager to travel to Germany, which is known for its strong computer systems bachelor programs.
“There’s a lot to credit for our level of activity…I am super thankful to have and work with volunteers that are as motivated as they are. It really boosts our own motivation, and encourages us to keep working."
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In my mind, there is no experience more meaningful, more enriching, and more eye-opening than international student exchange. 
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For Valentine’s Day 2021 Erasmus Student Network opened a contest to hear all the beautiful Erasmus love stories out there.

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