Do you want to become an international student?Or maybe you just want to be a part of the Erasmus experience...
But how many times did you encounter difficulties in finding information on the University, study programme and general living rules in the city where you wanted to study? And, more importantly, how is life really at that university? What difficulties and opportunities could you encounter as a new student?
OneEurope wants to help you answer some of the questions you may encounter. We are creating a database of stories and experiences from OneEuropeans from all over Europe. We are a community with different backgrounds, different opinions and different educational paths. While our contributors will write of their own experiences and give their own insight, questions are welcome and we will do our best to answer them!
According to statistics, foreign students (in particular, Erasmus ones) prefer sunnier venues in Spain and Italy, or countries renowned for their universities such as England or France. And yet Leuven, Belgium’s student city par excellence, remains a melting pot of students from all over the world.
Most people in Europe born in the 90s and onwards have heard of it. Its popularity lies upon the numerous stories told by the millions of young folks that have participated. It is considered a must for young –and not only- students across the continent. It is also a fundamental element in the European Union’s agenda for education and culture for its citizens.
The faculty of Political Science at the University of Bucharest is a brilliant example of how education can help build a connection between young European students, where we can share our experiences and ideas with others, and work together to build a common future and a common identity.