21th March is the first day of spring. Do you know how we celebrate it in Poland?
It doesn’t matter if you have the most professional equipment there is or just the camera in your phone. It’s what’s on the other side of the lenses and how you decide to capture it that counts.
Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is an international student organization. Currently, there are more than 13 500 students in 526 local sections in 40 countries doing their volunteering job there. But what actually makes them join it?
Love letters, flowers, candles, red hearts and chocolates. These are well-known symbols of Valentine's Day.
Imagine a situation: you are in a huge city, you want to get to a hotel and after that, to the University. You do not know the way and do not know the language of the local inhabitants. This is a dreadful situation, isn’t it?
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the start of the Erasmus program. It has been 30 years of new experiences, adventures and friendships. So let us have a look on how its participants have benefited from it.
This person is also called a mentor. His/her ward is called a mentee. But who are we talking about? We are talking about a student who has decided to help an exchange student arriving to his/her country under the Erasmus+ programme.
Have you ever heard a sentence "better to ask the way than go astray"? If yes, you know that asking might solve every problem. Wherever you are you can ask about the way, especially if you are lost in a big city.
"Nobody can do for little children what grandparents do. Grandparents sort of sprinkle stardust over the lives of little children."
For sure you will hear about it a lot of times while doing your Erasmus programme. But what is it exactly, how to get it and how to use it? Here are all the answers.