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.
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In her article, Atiena Abed Nia puts the focus on the refugee’s situation at the European borders and the EU’s corresponding policies and actions. With Morocco as an example, it deals with the European migration policy and takes a closer look into the ‘New Pact on Migration and Asylum’. Finally, Atiena gives her own assessment of the EU’s necessary actions for the future.
Have you ever wondered what being part of The Euroculturer is like? In this mini-series, former editors-in-chief will reiterate upon their experiences as a Euroculture student and the impact that being part of the Euroculturer has had on their professional career! In this second edition, Guilherme Becker (2018/2020, Göttingen and Groningen) will tell you about … Continue reading In Focus: Editor-in-Chief || Guilherme Becker (2019-2020)
Have you ever wondered what being part of The Euroculturer is like? In this new mini-series, former editors-in-chief will reiterate upon their experiences as a Euroculture student and the impact that being part of the Euroculturer has had on their professional career! In this first edition, Maeva Berghmans (2017/2019, Olomouc and Kraków) will tell you … Continue reading In Focus: Editor-In-Chief || Maeva Berghmans (2018-2019)
Written by Eva Guillot & Ennio Mos Strasbourg is known for its vibrant cultural life, and MA Euroculture students have had the opportunity to contribute to it by organizing a cultural event during their second semester. This is the case for Clara, Eliisa, Emma, Ennio and Eva, who put in place an art exhibition at … Continue reading Feminism Around The Globe: A Cooperation Between Artists, Experts, and Students from Strasbourg
Interview by Leonie Glaser Stella Meyer is a German Euroculture alumna from the 2019-2021 cohort, having studied in Uppsala, Göttingen, and Bilbao. In the following article, Stella tells us about her life as a recent Euroculture graduate. Entering the job market, even with a MA, is not that easy. I am an inherently indecisive person. … Continue reading The Entry-Level Paradox: Stella Meyer on the pitfalls of post-grad job searching
By Bart Swinkels Starting as a friendly gesture to fellow students, when Bart Swinkels (Dutch, Groningen/Uppsala, cohort 2021/2023) started translating and sharing news about Covid-19 restrictions in the Netherlands, he never imagined the societal need that this initiative appears to fulfil. In this article, Swinkels reflects on the year 2021 and the journey of establishing … Continue reading From a Friendly Gesture to a Dependable Platform: Bart Swinkels’ Dutch Covid-19 News
Interview conducted by Lina Mansour. Marcella Zandonai is a Euroculture alumni (cohort 2015-2017) from Trento, Italy. She spent her first semester at the University of Göttingen, Germany, and continued her Euroculture studies in Bilbao, Spain. After doing some volunteering, travelling in New Zealand, and working for a local NGO in Trento, she joined Euroculture again … Continue reading Interview with Marcella Zandonai: The International Youth Conference in Krusevo
Francesca Brandi is an Italian alumni from Euroculture who studied in Göttingen for her first semester and Deusto for her second one. For her third semester, she undertook a research track in Mexico city. Francesca shares with us her Euroculture experience and briefs us on what her life has been like since she graduated, what opportunities she found, which cities she lived in, and what her next steps will be.
September is here and a new semester is about to begin. To help out new students navigate their Euroculture life, we have prepared a special Welcome Kit, which you may download below. Now is the perfect moment to reach out to fellow students and start making connections before the semester begins! Try reaching out to … Continue reading Welcome to Euroculture!