Interview conducted by Johanna Pieper & Paola Gosio Ashanti Collavini is an Euroculture alumni part of the cohort 2017-2019. She spent her first and second semester respectively at the University of Udine, in Italy, her home country, and at the University of Groningen, in the Netherlands. After her MA, she immediately started working for Euroculture … Continue reading Behind the scenes: meet the Euroculture Staff – Ashanti Collavini
Category: InFocus: After Euroculture
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.
Thinking about escaping abroad and teaching languages? Adam Rozalowski tells us about his adventures in South Korea teaching English- and why you can also find yourself abroad.
Penelope Vaxevanes│firstname.lastname@example.org MA Euroculture Programme is over for the 2011 – 2013 students and now most of them are on the hunt for a job or an internship – their gateway into the professional world. There are a few among those students who do not have to do this because they have already secured a … Continue reading Archive 2013 || Professional tips from a EuCu graduate: “Blindly applying for jobs everywhere is a waste of time!”
Helen Hoffmann │email@example.com My first summer job was shit, and I mean this literally. When I was still in school, I worked in a local hospital as an underpaid cleaner and helper to the nurses. Not born an early riser, this meant dragging myself out of bed every morning at 3 a.m. to start my … Continue reading “She works hard for the money”: Euroculturers’ most random summer jobs
“The crisis is over, now the misery begins!” The eye-catching and somewhat demotivating posters adorning the walls of the Social Security office in Bilbao do not beat around the bush. The austerity crisis has hit Spain with full force, leaving many people wondering whether their political leaders are capable of pulling the country out of … Continue reading Gute Nacht, Spain: German au pairs building bridges for Spain’s new generation
When we submit the thesis and when the last Eurocompetence class ends, we will say “Have a nice summer” and “Good luck with that interview”. And after that, many of us will not see each other again. We will not say it, of course, but we will be thinking it as we hug, cry and … Continue reading For now, the future can wait
Anne Kurzweg | firstname.lastname@example.org It was during the Intensive Programme in Bilbao when the thought “Let’s have a common graduation!” came up. The idea arose in the middle of a process that tied us, the 2011-2013 MA Euroculture students, closer together but which, at the same time, marked already half-time on the Master programme’s clock. … Continue reading Take Action – A Common Graduation Ceremony for Euroculturers