Blog & Vlog: International Student Experience
What is it like being a student at Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR)? What kind of adventures are there to seek abroad? EUR students give you a look into their lives and share their experiences with you. Find out what they've been up to!
This week Diana check out the Association of Students of African Heritage, or ASAH, which is the largest international Africa-oriented study association in the Netherlands.
- A day at The Next Web conference
As a volunteer, I could say that it was an extremely busy day, trying to manage the large crowd interested in watching the pitches and probably connecting with the startup representatives.
- Our blogger Silvia joins the EESA for a day
You always stay with your memories... In my first year, the EESA was my first encounter with the university’s possibilities of redirecting your spare time into extra self-developing work,
Exchange provides an immense amount of opportunities, ranging from discovering a new culture, meeting new people, becoming tolerant to spicy and interesting looking food, and travelling.
Enjoy the sun as much as you can! Rain will take over again and very soon unfortunately, so spend make the most out of now!
- Our blogger Silvia joins the UNICEF student team for a day
...and what a day it was! These guys are doing a lot of work here. “Yeah, but it is for a good cause!”
As individuals in our early 20s, we have all the time we need - and fortunately enough, we live in a city that provides us with endless chances. All we have to do is capture them.
Exchange has so much to offer, especially when you’re on the other side of the world. Travelling is something you should not take for granted, and so I took full advantage of it.
- My internship in a San Francisco start-up
And lastly: Never let difficulties get you down, the experience is more than worth it.
- Goosebumps & Butterflies!
I have been waiting for the right moment in order to write the first post for this blog. I choose this week in particular because it’s been six months now since I moved to this amazing city...