Hypermobility is something that all Erasmus Mundus students are highly attracted to. The constant run between universities, cities, airports is very appealing and often even a status symbol. However, all that glitters is not gold!
By Caterina Rossi Jagiellonian University, Faculty of International and Political Studies, Institute of European Studies There’s a good chance that if you’re reading this article, you are wondering whether or not the Jagiellonian University could fit your interests and if you’d like to spend a semester there! With this article, the academic culture of Jagiellonian … Continue reading City Lifestyle: Academic Culture in Krakow
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.
The article introduces the reader to IP week and includes essential information that all first-year Euroculture students need to know, including the purpose of the IP, its content, or preparation of the IP paper. The text also in details describing the IP week of 2022 and includes several images so the reader gets the idea of what the IP looks like and what to expect.
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)
In this edition of the Euroculture City Guides, Rachele de Felice will tell you about her experiences and recommendations for Kraków, where she has just finished studying at the Jagiellonian University for her second semester
Dorottya Kósa (2018-2020) is Hungarian and spent her first semester at the University of Groningen and her second semester at the University of Strasbourg. In this interview, she tells us about her experience as a Schuman trainee at the European Parliament Liaison Office (EPLO).
In this interview, Maeva Chargros (2017-2019), an Euroculture alumna, tells us about her experience and gives some insights into her thesis writing process.
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.
Thinking about doing a research track at one of the EU universities of the Euroculture consortium? Today, we’re featuring Palacký University in Olomouc, Czech Republic! Learn more about their research track directly from Maeva Chargros, who spent her 3rd semester there!