Are you considering doing the third-country research track but haven't made up your mind? You shouldn’t hesitate. Studying at a non-European university will boost your CV while allowing you to be critical and analyze the Eurocentric perspective we usually keep in the Old Continent. Marta Urbaneja and Carolina Reyes talk about the research track at UNAM, and give all the tips to explore and enjoy the stay in the astonishing Mexico City to the fullest!
The article features the second largest city of Poland - the vibrant and beautiful Krakow. The author describes the city and its lifestyle in 5 reasons explaining why Euroculture students should choose this city as their future living location. Such reasons include interesting facts about Krakow as well as tips and suggestions that Euroculure students and other visitors will surely appreciate.
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
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 article, Stefania Ventome explores the forgotten history of Romania's pre-war architecture and its connections with fascism and King Carol II's cult of personality.
During the last 3 decades, more than 60 cities across Europe have been awarded the European Capital of Culture (ECoC) title. This means for each designated city, in the most general terms, to set up a massive cultural and artistic event during a whole year. However, despite the scale of the events, ECoC remains a fuzzy concept to Europeans. So, what does it mean?
By Loura Kruger-Zwart This article is the third of a short publication series in which articles written by the new editorial team will be showcased. This article is written by Loura Kruger-Zwart (from Australia and New Zealand, cohort 2021/2023), currently doing her first semester at the University of Groningen. Content Note: this article discusses rape, … Continue reading Cultivating Consent Culture: Shifting Attitudes in Public and Politics
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.
he video games sector is constantly growing, creating new opportunities for Europeans. Esports could be the future of international sports competitions in Europe and beyond. So what is the stance towards esports in the European Union (EU)?
Video games have become a huge industry in Europe. The EU market is estimated to be worth over €21 billion in 2020, having grown 55% since 2014. The EU is home to some of the biggest companies in the world. But the EU barely pays attention to this industry. Here is why they should pay more attention.