As the second semester approaches in the Euroculture master programme, there is another important decision to be made; namely, which track to choose for the third semester: professional or research?
As a participant in February’s Global Intern Strike in Brussels, Amina Kussainova takes a hard look at unpaid internships.
With the UK leaving the EU, can English continue as an acceptable working language after Brexit?
Even after Brexit, English is a global and a European language that the EU should not neglect.
Meet the Erasmus Graduates whose business is bringing EU funding to Italy’s entrepreneurs: Life after European Studies Interview
Erasmus Mundus Euroculture graduates Selina Rosset and Mattia Anzit introduce their new company, Euroregion Consulting and talk confused entrepreneurs, Italian bureaucracy and European business in the age of Euroscepticism.
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.
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 is an Erasmus Mundus Master? Is it for you? According to popular travel blogger Virginia Stuart-Taylor, if you love to travel, Erasmus Mundus might just be your ticket to the world.
Albert Meijer waxes lyrical on the joy new students bring- and the trouble. Enjoy Albert’s regular column on the coordinated chaos of administration