Making Erasmus generation feel closer to Sicilian culture - ESN Section in the Spotlight October 2019

The first ESN Section in the Spotlight of this academic year takes us to the capital of Sicily, in the south of Italy. This month, we’re diving into the history and mission of ESN Palermo.Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture, Volunteering

#MobilityIsMyLifestyle Part 6 - Athens

After visiting Athens, you will soon become aware of why the ancient gods chose Greece as the place to practice their hedonistic lifestyle.Read more
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Travels, Culture

#MobilityIsMyLifestyle Part 5 - Brussels

The skills I have gained through this trip are uncountable. In this article, I would like to present to you how travelling, mobility and being part of something big can change your life. Our 5th stop was Brussels, where I instantly felt like I belong.Read more
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Travels, Culture

How to enjoy Madrid to the fullest!

Madrid is a city full of wonders! If you want to experience the wonderful city of Madrid, from its historical gems and world-class art, to the incredible parks, take notes! Here is a guide to enjoy Madrid like locals do.Read more
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Travels, Culture

#MobilityIsMyLifestyle: Part 4 - Porto

My Erasmus destination, a colourful city with hospitable people and positive vibes, situated right by the Atlantic Ocean. A place where you will leave a piece of your heart and will always strive to come back. Welcome to Porto! Read more
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Travels, Culture

Home Is in the Small Things

When you move abroad for a definite shorter or indefinite longer time you will probably get homesick at one point. This is the time you start searching for a home in your own self.Read more
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Travels, Culture

#MobilityIsMyLifestyle: Part 3 - Budapest

A magical city with breathtaking views, mesmerising sunsets and one of the most beautiful buildings in the world, not to mention tasty food and atmospheric bars. Welcome to Budapest!Read more
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Travels, Culture

#MobilityIsMyLifestyle: Part 2 - Edinburgh

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!Read more
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Travels, Culture

#MobilityIsMyLifestyle: Part 1 - Copenhagen

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.Read more
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Travels, Culture

Young, Restless, and Culture-shocked

Going abroad implies temporarily feeling misplaced. My journey helped me overcome culture shock and accept that this feeling renews every time I move. Whether it’s your first time living abroad or your 99th, this article is for you. Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture

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Doing an Erasmus mobility in pandemic times sounds like a journey in the dark, with more obstacles and less freedom. Thus, many students are questioning if such mobility will be worth it in the end.
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Oh, to be a mobility student. To explore new countries, meet people from all over the world, and learn about different cultures. Studying abroad will certainly be one of the best experiences of your life, but not only for the obvious reasons.
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Looking for a job is never easy. After receiving too many rejections and the majority of applications being ignored, it is difficult to stay sane and motivated.
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We all have been there - struggling with packing all our belongings before heading out on Erasmus. How much time have we spent wondering: “am I going to use this?” ...maybe it is about time to make more space for memories and less for objects.
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This month, the ESNblog celebrates its fifth anniversary! We’ve had ups and downs and even in a very complicated year, we never stopped writing. From the ESNblog team, here are the top 5 most-read articles of the year.
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Four years after my first Erasmus, I can trace the biggest decisions of my life back to the moment I made the decision to go on a student exchange. And I’m forever grateful.

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