Are you new in Mexico City and don’t know anyone? Arriving in a new city is an enriching experience, full of cultural and gastronomic discoveries and above all, new people in your life. The best way to complete your intercultural experience is to meet local people in order to understand their values, culture, history… Are
Mexico City offers a wide variety of cultural experiences for everyone’s taste. Do you want to discover what you can do in the city next year? Here we give you 5 wonderful plans to enjoy the city while learning bits of culture about the city and its history.
Life in Mexico City never stops, let alone at night. Discover the trendy places in the main colonies of Mexico City and explore the wide variety of options they offer to enjoy the nightlife that this city has: bars, nightclubs, discos… You’ll find everything!
Are you planning your stay abroad and wondering if living with a host family would be a good option for you? If one of the main reasons you’re moving is that you want to learn the language, living with a local family is just great! 1. Languages are much more than words and grammar Languages
After his Erasmus experience, Jack decided to start The Erasmus Bible, which is an amazing project indeed! It complements other initiatives dedicated to students living their semester abroad. If you still don’t know him or what he does, keep on reading… Why did you decide to start The Erasmus Bible? I decided to start this project
Ruth Kinloch is a content creator at smart.study, a useful website if you’re willing to improve your results at university or are just looking for information about studying abroad. She tells us about her life experiences and how her stay abroad in Italy changed her way of seeing things. Don’t miss her living and studying abroad
During your stay in Barcelona, there are a few things you MUST do to make the most out of your experience. And one of them is to learn as much Spanish as possible! Language exchanges (or tandems) are just perfect for this and come in a variety of shapes in sizes 😉 Events Or Meetups
So you’re already planning how to pack your suitcase for your experience abroad? Once you arrive to your new destination you’ll need to move around in an easy and cheap way! Public transport is perfect for this (and greener: good for you, best for the environment). It’s very common for people in Europe -even if they
Arriving home from Erasmus can be sometimes difficult. But don’t worry! Overcoming your post-Erasmus depression is easy-peasy with these tips. Help Other Erasmus students One of the best (and caring!) ways to overcome post-Erasmus depression is to help other Erasmus students. For example, being an ESN member you can give new students tips on how
Are you moving to Spain in the next months? If you’re not from a Mediterranean country, their eating habits may seem somehow strange. But don’t feel lost! When gathering together with your friends around the table there are a few things you need to know. Live a genuine experience 😉 Spanish eating habits: a genuine lunchtime