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.
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.
In this edition of the Euroculture City Guide, Chingyz Jumakeyev (Kazakhstani) tells you all about life in the city of Bilbao, where he spent his second semester at the University of Deusto as part of the Euroculture programme, after his first semester in Göttingen.The City Guide Project is led by Paola Gosio and Felix Lengers … Continue reading City Guide – Bilbao
Interview conducted by Johanna Pieper & Paola Gosio Maite Sagasti Maite Sagasti holds a BA in History and Cultural Heritage and an MA in Spanish Heritage Management. She is currently the Euroculture course-coordinator at the University of Deusto, where she started working in 2006 and became since then a point of reference for all the … Continue reading Behind the scenes: meet the Euroculture Staff – Maite Sagasti
In this interview, Eduardo Eguiarte Ruelas (2018-2020), a former BA student from UNAM, tells us about his research track at the University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain.
I come from a big city in Pakistan but I enjoy roaming around in this small, accessible town. Don’t get me wrong: I’d be the last person to categorise Bilbao as ‘provincial’, but it is, for some amazing reason, free of the worries of life in a big town. The people are happier, the air … Continue reading An Ode to Bilbao