In her article, Clara Weber describes the academic lifestyle in Strasbourg, based on her own study experiences and of other former and fellow Euroculture students. Clara writes about the perks of knowing some French, how to navigate through the faculty's organisation and whether the academic lifestyle really is so strict.
Sporting is an essential part of life, but when we move to a new city we often don't know where to start. In this article, Laila gives an excellent overview of how to do sports in Bilbao.
By Carolina Reyes Chávez I’ve never been that good when it comes to focusing on studying at home – maybe because I have everything at hand to procrastinate epically. Given that, some time ago I realized that it really helps for me to go to a place where there are more people working. Libraries happen … Continue reading City Lifestyle: Uppsala’s Amazing Libraries
The Netherlands has four major supermarket chains that can be found all over any city: Albert Heijn and Jumbo are the two largest, followed by Aldi and Lidl as slightly more affordable chain counterparts. Here and there you might also find a Coop or a Spar as alternatives, and while chain supermarkets tend to be close by and convenient, you pay for that convenience in both price and plastic.
Besides having a high-ranking university, beautiful old buildings, and being surrounded by nature, Uppsala has a vibrant student life, unlike any other Euroculture City. The reason? Student Nations! This article will tell you everything you need to know about these Swedish traditional clubs – from the stairs in front of Värmlands to the fancy Gasques – a membership at a nation will define your Uppsala student life!
In this addition of the Euroculture City Guides, Bryan Bayne (American/Brazilian), who spent his first semester at Palacky University Olomouc, will give you an insight into life in the Swedish city of Uppsala, where he attended Uppsala Universitet during his second semester. The City Guide Project is led by Paola Gosio and Felix Lengers. Euroculturer … Continue reading City Guide – Uppsala
In this edition of the Euroculture City Guides, Hui-Yu (Joyce) Weng (Taiwanese), who recently finished her second semester at the University of Göttingen, will tell you all about her experiences while living in Olomouc, Czech Republic, where she attended Palacký University during her first semester. The City Guide Project is led by Paola Gosio and … Continue reading City Guide – Olomouc
In this edition of the Euroculture City Guides, Hannah Vos (American), who recently finished her second semester at the university of Olomouc, will give you an insight into life in the American city of Indianapolis - state capital of Indiana - where she studied her undergraduate degree before Euroculture. The City Guide Project is led … Continue reading City Guide – Indianapolis
In this edition of the Euroculturer City Guides, Luca Gentile (Luxembourgish) shares his experiences of Groningen, where he did both his BA and his first semester of the Euroculture MA at the University of Groningen. After this, he moved to Bilbao to study at the University of Deusto. The City Guide Project is led by … Continue reading City Guide – Groningen
In this edition of the Euroculture City Guides, Maike Mewes (German), who recently finished her second semester at the university of Uppsala, will give you an insight into life in the German city of Göttingen, where she studied at the University of Göttingen during her first semester. The City Guide Project is led by Paola … Continue reading City Guide – Göttingen