5 reasons why going on Erasmus helps you land a good career

5 reasons why going on Erasmus helps you land a good career

Diving into an Erasmus adventure is the equivalent of "Mountains are calling, and I must go", as not only I dived in head first, but there were no second thoughts! Based on personal experience, here are the top 5 reasons why an exchange semester abroad boosts your CV and  turns your life around 360 degrees.

Get a pen and a notebook, and follow my lead!

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Erasmus in Bologna

Erasmus in Bologna

Bologna is a fun and lively city in the middle of Italy. It’s full of initiatives and things to be discovered. Erasmus life there is very active and there is also the Erasmus Student Network, an association that organizes events and trips. Bologna is the oldest university in Europe but there’s nothing ancient there (monuments are an exception!): people are welcoming and the vibes are amazing.

Bologna is the perfect city for everyone and for every personality, it’s an awesome place to feel free.

It’s a cultural melting pot, with tortellini and mortadella.

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Why become a Dotter

Why become a Dotter

Friends help you discover new places 

Once I was traveling through Andalusia, I was in Seville and I was staying at some of my Erasmus friend's place.
Obviously when you have friends welcoming you and sharing their time with you it is easier to discover and enjoy in the best way a city. I remember about all the nice places, the typical restaurants and the music coming from all over around. I remember about an “unconventional” (let me use this term) pub that was hidden from the sight, where we spent amazing nights meeting very kooky people.

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Why travelling with Dot-e

Why travelling with Dot-e

Erasmus simply changed me

I understood in 9 months of Erasmus more about myself than in 20 years of “normal” life. I suddenly grew up, I challenged all the habits of my life, I decided to go out of my comfort zone and this was the best decision of my life so far.

Erasmus changed my way of being, my way of seeing life, my way of travelling

One day I will tell you all about the changes that happened in me during that year, but now I really want to talk about:

How I started to approach to travel

Now I want to tell you about that day when I took the backpack for the first time and the reason why I never left it anymore.

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Erasmus on a Budget : how can we enjoy it without spending too much money?

Erasmus on a Budget : how can we enjoy it without spending too much money?

Yes, travelling can be expensive and yes, we are students so we don’t have much money. But Erasmus happens only once or twice in our lives: it’s a precious gift, so we should enjoy it without too many worries. We can’t live it with anxieties and doubts all the time. During my trips, I developed a few tricks that I found really helpful. My aim was to do as much as I could but spending always the least possible. So, here they are, I hope you’ll find them helpful!

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Top 5 cities for an exchange semester in Italy

Top 5 cities for an exchange semester in Italy

Italy is a famous Erasmus destination and it certainly doesn’t come as a surprise.
Pastaland, as I like to call it, is a top spot for a semester abroad because it has practically everything - iconic cities, deep-rooted history and an award winning food culture topped with friendly people.
And this is just a small fraction of what the country has to offer.  So, spending an exchange semester in Italy is a win-win deal, trust the international bee. 😊 And here are the top 5 Erasmus cities to start from:

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Erasmus in Rome

Erasmus in Rome

Alberto Sordi, a famous Italian actor, once said: “Rome is not like any other city. It's a big museum, a living room that shall be crossed on one's toes.” So, was he right? Certo (a.k.a absolutely)! The “Eternal City” leaves its love prints on each person who dares to visit, filling the soul with gratitude and appreciation for its surroundings. With the remains of the Roman empire, 280 fountains and more than 900 churches, the city is the epithet of real “wanderlust”. Still not convinced and en-route to Rome? Then let me tell you a story.

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Top 5 cities for an exchange semester in Italy
Erasmus students travelling in Venice

Top 5 cities for an exchange semester in Italy

Italy is a famous Erasmus destination and it certainly doesn’t come as a surprise.
Pastaland, as I like to call it, is a top spot for a semester abroad because it has practically everything – iconic cities, deep-rooted history and an award winning food culture topped with friendly people.
And this is just a small fraction of what the country has to offer.  So, spending an exchange semester in Italy is a win-win deal, trust the international bee. 😊 And here are the top 5 Erasmus cities to start from:

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