As some of you know, I’ve spent the last couple of months on an Erasmus exchange, in Barcelona.
On the 17th of June, I had my last exam and along with the last goodbyes, my Erasmus experience finished. We’ve received the final results, so now we can finally start enjoying the long-awaited summer (especially since in Leuven, Belgium, I haven’t seen proper sun in almost 5 month…similar to England, I think).
It doesn’t matter whether it’s just for a semester, one year, or the whole degree, living abroad will definitely and inevitably change you.
Hi, everyone! Saludos from Barcelona, Spain! That’s right…I’m still here, I have two more months until I finish my semester abroad and I can say without a doubt that this has been THE BEST EXPERIENCE OF MY LIFE!
I can’t believe it has already been around a month since I arrived here, to Leuven in Belgium for an Erasmus Exchange Programme. So let’s just have a while to summarize and stress what are the first reflections of living in or even just visiting Belgium.
Hello, everyone! Guess who’s back with new stories from the exchange semester in Barcelona? As the second semester started last week, this time, I decided to tell you all about the differences in teaching styles and approaches.
Monday 1st – 6 am. Worcester: Nervous and scared – those are the appropriate adjectives to describe my state on my way to Barcelona, where I would spend my semester abroad. Although sad, these feelings were inevitable, as I was not only leaving Worcester, but the university and the way of teaching I got used to, to start a new adventure in a different city.
Hi everyone and happy Worcester Week! While many of you may be relaxing after a tough exams’ week and some may be making the most of the workshops and events in the Worcester Week, I […]