Fears of Returning Home

Mel’s Mapa Mundi: “I am afraid of forgetting who I have turned into and going back to being the person I used to be.”Read more
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Erasmus, Travels

Chile: your new exchange destination

The Santiago Exchange Network (SEN) expands our horizons as a partner organisation of the Erasmus Student Network.Read more
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Erasmus, Travels

14 countries, 0 Budget

My little European trip in more than 30 cities and a total distance of over 4500 kilometres.Read more
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Travels

Small City, Big Heart, Part 2

8 small cities that would change your Erasmus experience foreverRead more
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Erasmus, Travels

Delicious Europe – travel with taste

Greasing your fingers with traditional food is an important part of all travels. Check out these delicious dishes you have to try if you ever find yourself in their countries of origin!Read more
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Travels, Culture

It's time to expand to Asia!

"Since I had travelled to most European countries, I decided to broaden my horizons. For a long time I knew that Europe is too small for me."Read more
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Travels

Small City, Big Heart, part 1

8 small cities that would change your Erasmus experience foreverRead more
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Erasmus, Travels

11,659 km left to reach your dreams: the story of a man and his bike

A true traveller doesn’t know where he’s going – but he knows ESN will be there.Read more
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Travels

Cheaper flights in an era of low-cost airlines? It is possible!

When and how to book a flight? Is there a right day, time or website? Read more
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Travels

So you think you know Egypt?

This handy guide should give you a valuable insight into the uncharted world of non-ESNRead more
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Travels

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Discovering and experiencing different cultures is one of the main reasons for choosing to travel, move or study abroad. Here’s how the culture of your host country will leave a mark on you during your Erasmus!
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Have you been convinced that English is just not enough and want to learn a new language? Not sure where to start? Take a refreshing break with our quiz, and maybe it’ll give you an idea of what language to take up next!

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Today, English is the language of internationalisation. Be it during an exchange, travels or even your career, you will need to use it. Yet, does that mean we don’t have to learn any other foreign languages?
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To my old self before leaving for Erasmus: there’s a million things I’d like to say but let’s just start with me telling you this was the best decision of your life!
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Travelling can pretty easily throw you off your health and fitness regime, but don't worry - we've got you covered!
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The feeling when you are about to go on Erasmus is indescribable: it is a mix of anxiety about the unknown and desire to experience something different, to get out of your comfort zone.

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