The mobility aspect of an Erasmus Mundus master programme comes with exciting opportunities and many advantages, but it also involves the daunting task of searching for accommodation. Finding housing is one of the troubling issues in a Euroculture student’s mind every half a year. To give you an overview of the housing situation for your second semester in the Basque Country, read through this piece to know more about accommodation search in the beautiful Euroculture city of Bilbao.
This is the third of three pieces which provides information over the Euroculture city Udine. This first section is all about food. The second section is all about how to spend your time in Udine, in the moments you are not filling your stomach, and this third, and last, piece shares practical information on Udine. So we conclude this short series on Udine with maybe some dry, but important facts about practical matters!
The following piece provides an overview of the Euroculture students of the 2022-2024 cohort’s favourite places to face the cold and rainy weather while waiting for summer to come! This is the second of three pieces which provides information over the Euroculture city Udine. The first section is all about food. This second section is all about how to spend your time in Udine, in the moments you are not filling your stomach, and the third piece shares practical information on Udine. So enough with food and practical information, the study and travel places are in the focus now!
This is the first of three pieces which provides information over the Euroculture city Udine. This first section is all about food! The second section is all about how to spend your time in Udine, in the moments you are not filling your stomache, and the third piece is sharing practical information on Udine. But let's start with the most important part, FOOD!
The Netherlands is more than just canals and tulips. The country hides real gems and unique spots worth exploring. In this article we will travel to Groningen, one of the most popular Euroculture universities, to discover one of the city's most emblematic buildings which, surprisingly, is barely 3 years old: the Forum Groningen.
By Caterina Rossi Jagiellonian University, Faculty of International and Political Studies, Institute of European Studies There’s a good chance that if you’re reading this article, you are wondering whether or not the Jagiellonian University could fit your interests and if you’d like to spend a semester there! With this article, the academic culture of Jagiellonian … Continue reading City Lifestyle: Academic Culture in Krakow
Are you interested in doing a research track in India? This piece will share the experiences of a student from the 2021/23 cohort, Laila M. Lange, who spent her third semester in Pune.
Do you want to have a more sustainable lifestyle during your semester in Strasbourg? Check out this article, in which Clara Weber gives an overview of a range of possibilities to do something good for the environment and save money. Clara writes not only about sustainable ways of transportation, but also shares her favourite places to buy organic and local food and tells you the best secret places to find second hand clothes or furniture. Don’t miss out on that option!
The article features the second largest city of Poland - the vibrant and beautiful Krakow. The author describes the city and its lifestyle in 5 reasons explaining why Euroculture students should choose this city as their future living location. Such reasons include interesting facts about Krakow as well as tips and suggestions that Euroculure students and other visitors will surely appreciate.
In her article, Karlijn Bos describes the realisation of a community garden as project of the course Eurocompetence II in her second semester at the University of Uppsala - from the initial idea and plan over the surprises during the process to the result, value and benefits of the community garden.