What is the Euroculture experience like for a non-European (non-EU) student? What kinds of dilemmas would I encounter in imagining and practicing being a cosmopolitan? First of all, getting a visa and extending your residence permit are probably problems that all non-EU students have to face. But beyond that, if I use those abstract academic studies that I have learned to look at my real life, I can problematize my situation and can see my dilemma more clearly. But what then?
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 third edition, Hannah Bieber (2019/2021, Uppsala and Göttingen) will tell you all … Continue reading In Focus: Editor-In-Chief || Hannah Bieber (2020-2021)
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)
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
In this edition of the Euroculture City Guides, Maike Mewes (German), who recently finished her second semester at the university of Uppsala, will give you an insight into life in the German city of Göttingen, where she studied at the University of Göttingen during her first semester. The City Guide Project is led by Paola … Continue reading City Guide – Göttingen
Interview conducted by Johanna Pieper & Paola Gosio Marcella Zandonai is an 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 … Continue reading Behind the scenes: meet the Euroculture Staff – Marcella Zandonai
Interview conducted by Johanna Pieper & Paola Gosio Dr. Lars Klein has been part of the Euroculture staff since 2008. He is currently the Euroculture course-coordinator in Göttingen and his academic interests lie in (European) identity, belonging and participation, and foreign policy, amongst others. By participating in his teaching modules “Introduction to Euroculture”, “Cultural Construction … Continue reading Behind the scenes: meet the Euroculture Staff – Lars Klein
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.
Celia Onsurbe Castellanos (2018-2020) is Spanish and studied Euroculture at the University of Göttingen, Germany and the University of Strasbourg, France. In this interview, she tells us about her IP experience in Olomouc and gives useful tips for writing the IP paper.