‘Are you only going to Auckland, or further?’, I was asked by a couple while waiting for boarding. ‘Further? Where could I possibly go further?’ I asked, laughing. And this is how my farthest trip began.Read more
Many say that films do not reflect reality, but I dare to say that when we’re talking about the American college experience, the glamour, alcohol and drama are not far from the truth. In the end, isn’t it America, the land of endless possibilities? Read more
“Happy he who like Ulysses has returned, successful from his travels, Then returned, wise to the world […] Live amongst his family to the end of his age!” wrote the French poet Joachim du Bellay. But what if Ulysses had been on an Erasmus?Read more
Have you been waiting for winter holidays all this time? That’s understandable - afterall, we are talking about the most exciting time of the year! But what to do when you can’t spend this time of the year with your loved ones?Read more
If you are looking for a city with beautiful gothic architecture, historical sights, breathtaking museums and even a few witches roaming the cobbled streets, look no further: Edinburgh is the place for you!
Let me introduce you to a pocket-sized fairytale, a city small enough to cycle from one end to the other in twenty minutes, but large enough to offer you bundles of new ideas, sights, designs and cuisine.
The preconception of Erasmus is that you revamp yourself abroad because you’re in a brand new place. This rebirth could also include volunteering. But why should you volunteer on your break from real life?
Going on an exchange may be a costly business. Will you be able to keep up with your normal routine? I asked two students from different countries to break down their budget to shed some light on this question.
We are the Erasmus Generation. We have seen the power that lies in taking the first step to shape a future for ourselves. On May 26th, it’s time to take a leap for the generations to come. It’s the time to prove our strength in unity.