5 Tricks to Unleash Your Creativity Before the New Academic Year

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!Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture

Cultural differences that I have experienced as an exchange student in South Korea

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 experienceRead more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture

A 5 Day Escape Plan With Your Friends: Which Places To Stop First

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.Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture

Beyond Erasmus: International Exchanges - Asia

This article is the first interview of many, where we look at different mobility opportunities and how people handled them.Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture

Beautiful Untranslatable Words

There are over 6,500 spoken languages around the world, all with their own cultural differences that have shaped them. The result? – an array of beautiful words that are simply untranslatable into English without paragraphs of description.Read more
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Travels, Culture

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

From an Outsider by the Window

It’s a sunny yet not so warm morning in Barcelona. I’m chilling by my window, under the sunlight, with a cup of coffee on the side and my thoughts as my only companions.Read more
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Erasmus, Culture

Tips Before Choosing your Erasmus Destination

Going on Erasmus is the highlight of many students’ lives even after graduating, but to finally decide to apply for it goes hand in hand with countless thoughts and searches for the right destination. Here are some tips that can help you!Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture

Towards a Sustainable Future with Staycation

While travelling is now a troublesome issue, staying right there, where we are right now, seems to be quite a seductive option. Read more
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Travels, Culture

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

Movies About Living Abroad

Some real-life stories are turned into films, books or paintings. Known to be a memorable experience, Erasmus can be pictured in many ways too, but most probably it will look like a movie.Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture

Love Without Borders: Nadine’s Story

All ESN volunteers are guilty of hearing about the infamous Erasmus love stories which overcome anything and turn out to be proper modern fairytales. Read more
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Erasmus, Culture

Love Without Borders: Rachel’s Story

Crossing continents meant nothing for Rachel and Max because their love could transcend simply anything. Read more
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Erasmus, Culture

Ultimate Way To Keep Exchange Memories

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. Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture

Globalised Education in a Globalised World

We are living in a globalised society, no doubts about it. But, what does it actually mean educationally speaking?Read more
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Erasmus, Education

What I learned about cybersecurity while studying abroad

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.Read more
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Erasmus, Travels

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

Student Exchange: the Opportunity of a Lifetime

In my mind, there is no experience more meaningful, more enriching, and more eye-opening than international student exchange. Read more
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Erasmus, Culture

Love Without Borders: Vlad’s Story

For Valentine’s Day 2021 Erasmus Student Network opened a contest to hear all the beautiful Erasmus love stories out there.Read more
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Erasmus

Why Erasmus is Always a Good Idea

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.Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture

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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!
Categories: 
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
Categories: 
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.
Categories: 
This article is the first interview of many, where we look at different mobility opportunities and how people handled them.
Categories: 
There are over 6,500 spoken languages around the world, all with their own cultural differences that have shaped them. The result? – an array of beautiful words that are simply untranslatable into English without paragraphs of description.
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.

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