Section in the Spotlight - ESN Uni Wien

What makes our section really special is the atmosphere of support and encouragement. (...) I got this team spirit when I joined the section and found it the most captivating. Your ideas, feedback... that’s all welcome.Read more
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Erasmus, Culture, Volunteering

To All Fresh Postgraduates

In the months before graduation, all you think about is the end: the end of notifications from Google Class; the end of thesis writing; the end of exams. As soon as you reach “the end”, you suddenly realise you still have your life ahead of you.Read more
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Culture, Volunteering, Education

Who is the Erasmus Generation?

Have you ever wondered whether the coming generations will be different from ours? Will they continue to make the mistakes the ones before them have, or perhaps they will make brand new mistakes entirely on their own? Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture, Volunteering

Section in the Spotlight – ESN Tartu

“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."Read more
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Erasmus, Culture, Volunteering

Five Years of ESNblog

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.Read more
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Erasmus, Volunteering

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

Getting your Encore of the Erasmus Generation

I joined ESN for a simple reason: to do more than studying. It has already been 4 years since that, and if someone had told me from the past what I could do thanks to this student organisation, I would have answered that they were entirely bonkers. Read more
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Erasmus, Volunteering

Kindness: The Superpower of Individuals

Kindness has always been the driving force of every major social change, so it doesn’t come as a surprise that it could potentially be the key factor in changing the world.Read more
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Erasmus, Culture, Volunteering, Social Inclusion

World Mental Health Day - Building Bridges & Tearing Down Walls

Let's make this year's Mental Health Day the day we tear down the walls that separate us from our fellows, let us connect through our diversity and build new bridges. We are a singularity divided into 7 billion bodies.Read more
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Erasmus, Volunteering, Health

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These study tips have changed the way I study. I achieved my academic goals and had additional time to do what I truly enjoy.
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There are many different forms of exchanges, even within Europe.
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Before the start of the academic year you might feel pretty overwhelmed by the amount of work approaching. Do you feel like getting into the roller-coaster-like track will take you ages? Check these 5 ideas that will help you to enjoy the end of summer!
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Going to a foreign country may be daunting mainly due to the cultural differences, but getting to know another culture will open doors to a new exciting experience
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The super strict schedules so many of us follow often mean we can barely get involved in anything. From the start of the day to the middle of the night, we are constantly working.
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This article is the first interview of many, where we look at different mobility opportunities and how people handled them.

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