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
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
Choosing, starting, or managing a project often are daunting tasks. Here are some Euroculture testimonials regarding the project management course.
In this interview, Rhys Nugent (2019-21, Göttingen-Bilbao) not only shares his experience with the 2020 IP but also gives us an insight into what studying Euroculture with a medical condition entails.
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.
What does it really mean to study Euroculture, from a student’s perspective? “Student Profiles” gets rid of the marketing glow and gives you honest insights into the Euroculture programme! Today’s profile: Ana Alhoud.
Last EU episode of our Euroculture series: Strasbourg and Bilbao! What does it mean to live and study there? Find out in this article!
Bastian Bayer introduces us to the contestants in this game and gives us insight into the rise of Martin Schulz.
Albert Meijer waxes lyrical on the joy new students bring- and the trouble. Enjoy Albert's regular column on the coordinated chaos of administration