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KCL Politics Society

King's College London Politics Society

Discussing the activities of one of the most active student societies of King's College London

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 London Life

The KCL European Society, the Place for 'Generation Europe'

Ambitiously forging a common European identity amongst London's students.

Robert Heslop on

The Countries With The Most Students Studying Abroad

The Countries With The Most Students Studying Abroad

According to UNESCO students from Germany and France are among the most active students in the world who receive education abroad

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Top Four Languages Studied in Europe

Top Four Languages Studied in Europe

The Most Commonly Studied Languages in Secondary Schools

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The Erasmus Programme will soon be glorified into a TV series.

"Erasmus Generation" - The Series!

The Erasmus Programme is the subject of a new TV Series and it is all based on YOUR stories.

Ivan Botoucharov on

students' protests in Amsterdam

Students Taking Action against the Boards of their Universities

Throughout Europe students have been protesting against the boards of their universities. Universities are increasingly focusing on efficiency-oriented management instead of research and education. Profit and privatization are becoming a reality for universities, but a university is not a company. Just as in 1968, students and professors all over Europe are uniting to move the focus from money to education.

Bella Felix on

The Top European Universities

Infographic: The Best Universities in Europe

Is your alma mater on the map of the top European universities?

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Infographic showing where international students most like to study.

The Movement of Students Across the Globe

More and more students choose to study abroad.

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Albanian boat “VLORA” and Albanian emigrants that reached Italy in 1991

Don’t miss the boat...

On 8th of December the Albanian Youth marks a significant date in tribute to the Students Movement in 1990. On this date a group of students and their professors gathered in the Student’s city to start the protests that lead to the fall of communism in 1990.

Blerina Karagjozi on

The coat of arms of the University of Bucharest

The Faculty of Political Science in Romania – Its Beginnings and Political Science Students

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.

Adriana Giurca on

International Exchange Erasmus Student Network

Erasmus+ - seven years of opportunities to grasp

With a budget of €14.7 billion, “Erasmus+ will provide opportunities for over 4 million Europeans to study, train, gain work experience and volunteer abroad”, as stated on the official website.

Volina Serban on

"Erasmus programme is a big success", European Commission

"Erasmus programme is a big success", European Commission

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The most popular first and secondary foreign languages studied in some European countries.

Do you know which are the most studied languages in Europe?

This infographic presents the top 4 most studied languages in Europe.

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Are you a typical Erasmus student?

The portrait of a typical Erasmus student

The European Comission presented new Erasmus statistics

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BG Careers Fair @UK

The Bulgarian Invasion of the UK: Reloaded

The Story of a Bulgarian Careers Fair in the UK

Jivko Jeliazkov on

Thessaloniki - European Youth Capital 2014

Thessaloniki - European Youth Capital 2014

Every year, a European city is awarded the distinguished title of “ European Youth Capital”

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Erasmus+ wants to reach more than students

Erasmus+ wants to reach more than students

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Student celebration traditions in Europe

Student celebration traditions in Europe

What you see on the picture above is not a demonstation or a protest, to which we Europeans got used to in recent months. This is a ceremony for freshmen …

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Child inside the Moscow airport looking out

Russia: Leave the country forever or return back home?

Statistical data shows that every year more Russians would like to leave their country, but is this really true?

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Infographic - "Education by the Numbers"

Leading, not just teaching!

Employing some of the most promising future leaders as teachers will give students equal education opportunities and will inspire them.

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Logo from the petition: "Europe: do not gamble with the future of the Erasmus programme"

Save Erasmus!

In response to the unbelievable news that Erasmus may be in danger, the pro-European community and thousands of young Europeans reacted with a number of campaigns.

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