ESNers and students with an international mindset have something in common: the love for travel and learning about new cultures.
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Usually when one thinks of a university exchange, the thing that comes to mind is European countries and foreign languages.
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There are many different forms of exchanges, even within Europe.
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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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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.
“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."
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!
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Post-Erasmus Depression is something that is not talked about as much as it should be. Going on (or coming back from) exchange is terrifying, but even now there are ways to see the benefits of it and how you’ve grown as a human being!
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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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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.

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