Have you ever wondered if your teachers talk about you behind your back?
Albert Meijer is back with the newest of the Back Office Series, insight into the complicated and gossip-filled world of Erasmus Mundus administration.
The Future is Now! Albert Meijer explains the how the delights of the digital revolution have changed the Euroculture program.
Albert Meijer waxes lyrical on the joy new students bring- and the trouble. Enjoy Albert’s regular column on the coordinated chaos of administration
While the world still has to get used to the idea of Donald Trump in the White House, Russia sees an opportunity.
Christmas and Halloween get all the hype, but as Mona Moentmann shows us, the Rhineland’s carnival has more costumes and more booze than both.
Is the EU’s Erasmus program a model for the world? Daniele Carminati discusses the history scope and benefit of the Erasmus system and student mobility.
What can Trump actually do as President? What are his powers? Lauren Rogers runs through Trump’s proposals and assesses how achievable they really are.
Emily Burt guides us through Brexit Britain “On the day Nigel Farage attempted to drown Bob Geldof with a water cannon, I genuinely believed I was witnessing one of the most baffling moments of British history. The months since have only shown how wrong I was. Welcome to Brexit Britain – the weirdest and loneliest island in the world.”
Emma Danks-Lambert guides us through two months working with Pavee Point, an advocacy organisation for one of Europe’s most neglected minorities, the Irish Travelling Community
Elisa Abrantes navigates the dangers Portugese public opinion and EU decisions