1 Experience Report Erasmus in Athens Fall Semester ANR: Name: Yara Muller Exchange semester:fall 2013 Academic year: 3 Host University: Athens University of Economics and Business Country: Greece
2 1. General information about the school During my exchange, I lived in the center of Athens. In Athens, I went to Athens University of Business and Economics, abbreviated as AUEB by locals and Erasmus students. In comparison with Tilburg University, there is no big campus with different buildings. AUEB has just one big main building which is located on a very busy street, with supermarkets, coffee corners, bakeries and more. This location is very accessible due to the metro-network in Athens which is working perfectly. AUEB is located near Victoria Metro station. From that station, it is only a five minute walk. I stayed in a student house which was fifteen minutes walking to AUEB, but there was also the possibility to take a bus. Cycling in Athens is not an option because the traffic is too crowded, which makes riding a bike impossible and very dangerous. When you enter the university, you would not immediately recognize that this building is a university. Unfortunately the building, which could have been really beautiful, is in a bad condition. Walls are decorated with graffiti and the lecture rooms and the furniture look really old and used up. The first time I entered AUEB I was really surprised of the condition of the university, but however, AUEB has its charms being in the current state as you can see in the pictures below. Erasmus students did not attend their classes with other locals, so I did not have much contact with the Greek students. Also, only the Greek students attended their courses in the Building of AUEB. We, as Erasmus student, attended our courses in a very small building in the neighborhood with only a few classrooms. The ESN office
3 was also located in this building. This building was located only ten minutes walking from my student house, and also approximately ten minutes from Victoria station. In the first weeks I stayed in Athens, I received a meal-card from the University. With this card you have access to the restaurant of the university. This restaurant is located in the basement of the University and is really big. There was the possibility to have breakfast, lunch and dinner at the university, everyday, also in the weekends. I had to pay only twenty Euros for this card and than I could eat for free for the whole five months of my exchange. So, I was not that surprised when I found out that the food was not that good. The first six weeks, I went regularly to the university restaurant, because it was really nice to eat together with other (Erasmus) students and I didn t have to cook myself, until I became very sick. I visited a doctor in Athens and he told me that I had to stop eating at the restaurant of the university, I felt better immediately. At AUEB, there was also the possibility to participate in sport. If you wanted to participate, you had to register for a sport-card. The first weeks I really tried to get this card, but it took AUEB too long to arrange everything, because for this card you had to visit a cardiology and a dermatologist (if you wanted to swim) and run all kind of tests to proof you are healthy enough to sport, because this is obligated in Greece. Our university doctor did not have the ability to do this. So I decided to go to the hospital with some other Erasmus students to get the certificate and after that we start sporting in a small local gym near our house. For students in Greece, it is very normal to drink a lot of coffee before, or after the lectures and hang out with other students in coffee corners near the building of the University, so that is why I spent a lot of my time just hanging out with other students in GEO-café, this café was always crowded with other students and it was such a nice spot to relax after lectures. Lectures in Greece are taking three hours instead of one and a half which I was used to in Tilburg. So after such a long lecture, you definitely need a coffee, or two. For local students, The Athens University of Economics and Business is composed of 8 academic Departments in the areas of Economics, International and European Economics, Business Administration, Marketing and Communication, Accounting and Finance, Management Science and Technology, Informatics, and Statistics. There were about 120 Erasmus students in Athens during my Erasmus.
4 2. Practical Information Information before you left Before I left to Athens I did not have a lot of information yet, I only received some s that I was accepted at the host university. For me, it was just waiting and see what would happen. The only thing I was sure of was that the semester started at the first of October and the introduction week started the 22 th of September. So I was very curious when I arrived in Athens and I was just waiting for what would happen in my first days in Athens. Arrival I took my flight to Athens three weeks before my classes started because I wanted to get to explore the city already and of course I wanted to enjoy the sunny weather in September. I went on exchange and occasional, a friend of mine was also chosen to study in Athens for the Fall semester. So we took our flight together on the tenth of September. After arriving in Athens we took the metro, which brought us to the organization from which we were renting accommodation and they brought us to our residence. First impression: The people are SO nice and really willing to help. The first weeks at school were a bit chaotic, because the administration department was not well prepared for the arrival of all the Erasmus students. We had to register for our University-cards and I had to change my learning agreements because some courses that I choose were not given anymore or given at the same time so that I had to choose only one, this took a really long time to arrange. I spent a lot of my time waiting in line, but everything in Greek takes a long time, so after a few months I became used to long waiting lines. The first three weeks I was attending courses randomly to see which I wanted to attend in the end. Because of this issue I had some problems with Tilburg University, because they really needed my Learning Agreement in time, but I was not able to make decisions about the courses without following them. After some mail communication it all worked out and I finally got my Learning Agreement complete. In the first week there was a big welcome meeting for all the Erasmus students at a lecture room. the Erasmus coordinator of AUEB, Mrs. Galanaki provided us with information about our stay and other things we really had to know, which was really helpful. Orientation/Introduction activities As mentioned before, I already arrived in Athens at the tenth of September and classes started on the first of October. I had plenty of time to get to explore the city before classes started. On the thirteenth of September, the Athensmus Introduction week started, this is an organization which is not collaborating with any university. Athensmus organizes a lot of activities for all the students from foreign countries who are staying in Athens for a longer period. In this introduction week I already met a lot of students from other universities and we spend this week partying a lot. This week could be compared with the TOP-week in Tilburg, we went to see the city, go dancing and eating together. After this week, the AUEB introduction week begun. This week was organized by ESN in Athens. First, let me say that the ESN network in Athens really made my Erasmus as amazing as it was. ESN is collaborating with the university, therefore there were also serious meetings and we gained a lot of information. We went to the Acropolis together, but also we threw a lot of parties with the Erasmus students who were going to study at AUEB. This week was very nice, because now I already knew a lot of people with who I was going to attend lectures with. The best thing of our introduction period was the Mykonos Bonding Trip. This was a three day during trip to the party island of Mykonos. In here, we really got to know each other very well because we were randomly placed in rooms with others, so there was no possibility of forming groups with the people I had already met. Meeting new people was definitely the main goal of this week and this trip.
5 Before I went to Athens, I saw there was the possibility to apply for a buddy. I didn t do this on the first hand, because I did not think that I would need one, I was proved wrong. So, I did not apply and I was already too late to apply, but then, a Greek girl who had been studying in Tilburg contacted me through Facebook. She was also very known with ESN and so that is why she, thank god, became my buddy. I could really recommend a buddy when you are going on exchange, because she showed me the most beautiful places in Athens that only locals know how to find. Without her I think I never would have visited those places. And of course, a buddy is very useful when you have a lot of questions, which you sure will, because a buddy always have an answer or the solution to help you out. Housing I organized the housing myself, because the university is not providing any housing for students. Also, they did not support us with finding an accommodation. But this is not a big problem, because it is so easy in Athens to find I place to stay. Before I went on exchange, I talked with a boy who also studied there for a semester. He really recommended the organization: StayinAthens. I started looking on the Internet and I saw that they were offering really nice houses to students. I booked my accommodation in advance, on the day that I had enough ECTS that allowed me to go on exchange. I booked a room on the third floor of a big student house. The first and second floor had 5 rooms and our floor only had 4 rooms, so we lived in our house, named Sporgilou with fourteen students in total. Every floor had his own kitchen and bathroom. The third floor had a very big balcony and there was also a big rooftop. It was really awesome to live with such a large number of students in one house, we partied a lot together on the balcony. I really recommend stayinathens.com, because they were really helpful and they immediately fixed things when they were broken or missing. Not only my house was really great, I also visited other student houses from StayinAthens, they were also very beautiful. There is already a closet, desk, bed and chairs in your room, so you have everything that you need, this was very pleasant when I arrived in Athens. Maybe also important to notice, the rent was very cheap for me, because renting a room in Tilburg was more expensive for me. On the picture below you can see all my roommates with whom I lived together for five months.
6 Living Costs I financed my exchange period, because I spent my whole summer working at a bakery in order to save money for my exchange. Also, I received some money from my parents and of course I received the Erasmus grant. Because I already paid my rent in advance, I was able to use the money I received during my months in Athens to spend for my living expenses. My living expenses were a lot cheaper in comparison with Tilburg. Also, the cooking was cheaper than in the Netherlands. Going out for dinner was also very cheap. I spent most of my money on the trips that I made, but they were all definitely worth it. Also, I spend a lot of money on going out and attending parties. I spend approximately 250 per month on housing, and 200 on food, including drinks and parties. Transportation costs would be around 15 Euros a month because it was only 70 ct for a metro ticket and also the taxis were very cheap. It was not necessary to buy books, because they were available on the Internet or in the library. Academic Calendar I arrived in Athens at the tenth of September and the first introduction week of Athensmus started at the thirteenth of September. The AUEB introduction week started on the 22 th of September and the Bonding Trip took from the 28 th until the 30 th of September. The semester started on the first of October and our classes started at the second of October. We did not have a mid-term break, but we had a Christmas break from the 20 th of December until the 7 th of January. The examination period started at the 20 th of January and I finished with my exams at the 3 rd of February. During this period there were a lot of trips organized by ESN. Of course I tried to attend most of them. The International Office There is an international office located in the University building of AUEB, in here Mrs Vasiliki Papavassiliou is responsible for incoming exchange students. She helped me with any question that I had. Also, she is providing the exchange students of information about the courses or changes in the schedule through . She was always willing to help as good as possible, and I am really satisfied with the information that is provided to me by the international office. Exchange promotion I did not take part in any activities to promote exchange to Tilburg at my exchange university, because I did not know a lot of the local people. I met a girl from ESN who is planning to move to the Netherlands next year and she is willing to study in Tilburg, of course I told her how my experiences with Tilburg University are and she became very enthusiastic about her future plans in the Netherlands.
7 Social Activities There were a lot of social activities organized by ESN for Erasmus students. Every week there was a party at Onoma or in another club. They organized traditional Greek dinners, karaoke nights, champions league nights and paint ball. There was also a Halloween party, a Flag party, a traffic light party, a superhero party and many many more. Ofcourse in the end there was also a goodbye Gala party, but we rather say See you soon, than goodbye. Even more awesome were the trips organized by ESN. For example, we went to Volos, Meteora and Pilio with many exchange students. Unfortunately I did not have any contact with local students, but nevertheless, I had a lot of contact with Erasmus students. We visited a lot of islands together with groups of Erasmus students, such as Kefalonia and Santorini. Also we went to Thessaloníki to see the north of Greece and to climb the Olympus mountain. The pictures below give a small impression of the activities and the trips that I made. From left to right, from the above to below; 1. Our visit to lycabettus hill, the highest hill of Athens 2. The Santorini trip 3. Edessa Waterfalls 4. Sounio-trip 5. Meteora 6. Halloween party 7. Meteora 8. Mount Olympus 9. Goodbye Galaparty
8 Culture and Language In first instance, I thought that I would not experience a culture shock at all, but when I stayed a bit longer in Athens, the culture shock was there. For me it was a big shock to see all the homeless people and to see all the buildings that are so old and almost destroyed. You can really feel the crisis in Athens, people are really desperate and you can feel that they do not have any hope left for Greece as a country. Also, none of the elderly Greek people are known with the English language, and they do not want to try. Sometimes I felt really alone when I did not know where I had to go and nobody around is speaking a language that I could understand. What I really liked about Athens is its ancients monuments and buildings such as the Acropolis. Before I went to Athens, I pictured Greece in my head as a country where the people are only dancing the Sirtaki, drinking Ouzo, eating Tzatziki and are throwing with plates, but I was wrong. Athens is more normal than I thought, but I think it is really sad in which the city currently is in. When you walk through the streets of Athens, you feel a bit depressed yourself, because everything is so rabble. During my stay in Athens I was trying to learn to speak and read Greek, but this language is so hard that I only made it to learn a few sentences. I wish that I had learned more and that I could read the Greek alphabet better than I can do now. I did not have any language problems with other students or with the faculty, in the university almost everything was arranged in English so that was totally not a problem. I did not follow the Greek language course because it did not fit in my schedule with the other courses, but when I think back of this exchange I think that I should have followed the class. At my home university I followed an English language course to improve my English skills. Personal Development One of the main reasons for me to go on exchange was personal development. And when I look back at my exchange, I can notice that I really developed myself. From now on I look different to other people and I will absolutely not judge them before even knowing them. I learned that every culture has its own values and you really have to respect that. New and foreign cultures are very interesting and it was fun to learn foreign tings and habits from other people. I also really developed my language skills. Before I went on exchange I was afraid of presentations in English because it did not feel comfortable at all. Nowadays I do not care anymore if I have to give a presentation in English anymore, because English was the language in which I spoke for the past five months. I even have dreamt in English! I think my exchange experience will influence my future career possibilities in a good way, because now I feel the urge to travel a lot and see more of the world than before. I even already planned a reunion with my buddy! When I travel a lot, which I am willing to do, I will definitely develop myself even more and maybe that will help me for my future career. Also, I met a lot of people from foreign countries, so it is now very easy for me to visit them and stay with them in their country. I learned a lot from the people I met during my exchange, also just little things as making particular dishes or singing particular songs from another country and of course, foreign drinking games are always fun. When I look back on my Erasmus period, I would not change a thing, it was perfect. I will never forget that it is very important to live life and to love life, with was the most important sentence of ESN.
9 3. Academic Information Academic level at a host university As mentioned before, the courses at Athens University of Economics and Business are offered in English and I did not follow any course in Greek, because this would be really impossible. Actually, I choose to go to Athens because it offered a lot of marketing courses in which I am very interested. After I arrived in Athens I received an which contained that the courses I choose were not offered anymore. That is why I had to make big changes in my learning agreement. From the six courses I had chosen, I could only attend one. This was for me a very big disappointment. Finally I choose the courses; Production and Operations Management, Entrepreneurship and SME's, Cost Accounting, E business Technology and Development and Business Policy and Strategy. The academic level at my host university is lower than in Tilburg University. At Tilburg University I spent months in the library to pass my exams, in Athens I only spent the last few weeks to study for my exams. The teaching was primary theoretical, but we had to hand in a lot of assignments so we did know how to apply the knowledge learned in class on case studies. The teaching method was mostly a mix between case studies, group work and normal lectures. The relationship between the students and the teachers was really good, they really want us to pass ans they were always willing to help us with any problems regarding to the lectures. Exams Four of the exams I made were just normal exams on paper, but one exam was an computer exam. This computer exam was an of the two open book exams I had. ` Other It is very easy for students to access the library and use its resources, also there were public computers available in the building of the University. Course Name Course Level Prerequisites Form of exam ECTS Production and Operations Management Ebusiness Technology and Development Entrepreneurshi p and SME's Business Policy and strategy BA None Written exam 6 BA None Open Book Written exam BA None Written exam 6 BA None Computer Open Book Cost accounting BA None Written exam 6 I had to hand in three assignments (two with a group and one individual) for Production and Operations Management, respectively 15, 15 and 10 percent of my grade. For E-Business Technology and Development I had to hand in one group assignment, 30% of my grade. I wrote a whole Business plan for the course Entrepreneurship, and also another group assignment for this course. Both of the assignment will take approximately 50% of my grade. For Business Policy and Strategy I had to hand in one group assignment (50%). And for Cost accounting I made two small assignments that will be both 5 percent of my grade. 6 6
10 Tips for the future students I would defenitly recommend an exchange period, because it is an amazing experience which you can only imagine when you live the erasmus life yourself. I do not think that I would recommend Athens University of Economics and Business because the academic level was below average, but I would defenitely recommend Athens and its ESN organization, because the trips and the social activities that were organized were really fun, which is also very important! When you go to Greece as destination for exchange I would recommend to learn the Greek alphabet, because it is much more fun when you can read signs and names in the streets, I wish I was able of that before I went to Atens. When prospective students go on exchange, they should definitely not forget to enjoy it as much as possible. Even when you think you are already enjoying your time as much as possible, you still should enjoy it more! Unfortunately, time is flying and before you can even notice you will be back in the rainy cold Netherlands missing your new erasmus friends and dealing with your post erasmus depression.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Study Program: Psychology Exchange semester: September 2015 - January 2016 Academic year: 2015-2016 Host University: Corvinus University Budapest Country: Hungary I. GENERAL
Experience report: Danielle van der Linden - Milan Name: Danielle van der Linden E-mail: email@example.com Study Program: Organization Studies Exchange semester: Fall 2015 Academic year:
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Study Program: Bachelor Sociology Exchange semester: fall 2015 Academic year:2015-2016 Host University: Koç university Country:Turkey Practical information. Last
My exchange semester in Lugano Carola Konz Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich, Germany Communication Sciences My plan was actually not to come to Switzerland but as I did not receive my first priority
Experience report Corvinus University Budapest E-mail: email@example.com Study Program: Personeelswetenschappen Exchange semester: Fall Academic year: 2014/2015 Host University: Corvinus University
Exchange Report Linkoping Sweden Fall semester 2014-2015 Marin Teinsma 20-02-2015 The report is in two parts: a general part (A) and a specific report for each subject (B). A General report 1. Host institution
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Study Program: Bachelor Human Resource Management Exchange semester: Fall 2013 Academic year: 2013-2014 Host University: BI Norwegian Business School Country: Norway
UNIVERSITY Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russia International Management Eastern Europe, Fachbereich 1 MY SEMESTER ABROAD IN ST. PETERSBURG 2 Preparations The decision about where
Lund University (LU) Exchange Double degree BSc Zoology and BA Linguistics Spring semester 2015 Lund Lund is a bustling student city, similar to Dunedin. It has a similar small population but is extremely
Guidelines for writing the exchange report First name and Surname: Raphael Zumofen Host University: University of Jyväskylä Period of study: 1 semester 1. ACADEMIC INFORMATION General information about
FINAL REPORT MY EXCHANGE SEMESTER IN GÄVLE, SWEDEN (27 TH AUGUST 2014 18 TH JANUARY 2015) UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES BIBERACH MORITZ REIBER Table of content Preparation... 2 Sweden & Gävle... 3 University...
1 1. Why I Chose to Study in Troyes I decided early to study abroad, so I did a little research of possible destinations. The University of Applied Sciences Ludwigshafen has a wide range of partner universities.
Studying in the U.S. demands a lot of preparation. The moment I heard I got selected for Temple University I started to make arrangements. First we needed to upload a lot of documents like, bank statements,
2010-2011 - Verslag 1 Preparation Exchange/placement application process When I heard I had the possibility to study abroad I immediately knew I wanted to do it. Mainly because I've heard so many great
Arcada University of applied science in Helsinki from 22.08.12 to 01.01.13. Originally I was enrolled in the Plastics Technology program, but when I arrived in Helsinki I decided to participate the (in
UU Report form - Erasmus 2014-2015 faculty/college Social sciences level bachelor s master s PhD name study programme Psychology destination city & country name university abroad start date end date Southampton,
Student s Name: Christopher Shum UL Course: Psychology and Sociology Academic Year: 2014 / 2015 Semester: Autumn Host University: University of Calgary Host University Code: CAN6 Student Experience: Overall,
GUIDELINES FOR WRITING THE STUDENT REPORT You can write the report either in English or Icelandic Name of the University: Universidad de Navarra Name of the student: Hrannar Árni Barkarson Faculty: Economics
Iva Slavova Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Course: Structural and Architectural Engineering 1. Name of host University and country University of South Carolina, United States 2. Orientation
Emden in Austria for the International Week 1 st day for the international group. The 14 th of April, 6 students, Marine, Eva, Annika, Helena, Karolin and Hivda from the Sozial Arbeit department of the
Exchange semester at HEC Montreal, Canada- Joel Görgen During the fall semester of 2014, I spent my exchange semester at the École des hautes études commerciales in Montreal, Canada- shortly HEC Montreal.
REPORT BANDUNG ITB 2015-2016 Karin de Vries S2508230 A. General report 1. Host institution and exact dates of semester abroad Last semester, I studied in Indonesia. In the big city Bandung. This city is
National Cheng Chi University Exchange Report Lorenzo Cecutti Part 1 - Monthly Journal Log September With excitement and trepidation I finally arrived in Taiwan, Taoyuan airport which is about 1 hour bus
Exchange Report Copenhagen Business School, Denmark Cheung Kai Ping 2013 Fall Exchange 1 Table of Contents Activity Log P.3 General Information P.7 Things to bring P.10 2 Activity Log Aug 2013 When I arrived
Introduction to Modern China - Summer Course 2012, Fudan University in Shanghai Class photo with teachers and course participants. Travel report by: Kristin Wahnström The Psychology programme, KI 0 Email:
Field report Semester abroad at Østfold University College in Halden, Norway WS 12/13 Nadine Balter Introduction I spent my winter semester 2012/13 abroad at Østfold University College (HIOF) in Halden,
University of Victoria Peter P. Gustavson School of Business Fall Term 2015 Exchange Report 363585 Introduction I was extremely happy with my decision to spend my exchange semester at University of Victoria
Student s Name: Stephen O Brien UL Course: Sport and Exercise Science Academic Year: 2012 / 2013 Semester: Spring Host University: University of Jyvaskyla Host University Code: SF JYVASKY 01 1. Arrival
Travel report Singapore Management University Spring 2015 301288 362599 1. Preparing for the exchange Singapore Management University sent the first email with instructions in the end of August including
PERSONAL REPORT for incoming exchange students Cover Sheet Please save your personal report as a PDF-file and send it to Mrs. Angelika Vogelmann. Note that the file size should not exceed 4 MB and must
EXPERIENCE REPORT E-mail: email@example.com Study Program: Psychology Exchange semester: Spring 2014 Academic year: 2013-2014 Host University: Michigan State University Country: United States
My experience in Lithuania I will try to focus on the most important moments. Before arrival: I got an email from the Lithuanian coordinator that was very clear and rich for details, so there was no problem
Marco Polo Report City University of Hong Kong Mark Alexander Wilming S2380358 M.A.Wilming@gmail.com 06-11828474 Host institution and exact dates of semester abroad I have been studying at the City University
1 My study abroad semester at Halmstad University in Sweden 1. Motivation First and foremost, I am very interested in foreign countries and their culture. So studying abroad was an optimum chance for me
Introduction My name is Levente Bolyos, I am 24 years old from Hungary. Currently I am studying in the Bachelor's programme of Business Administration and Political Science (BAPS). One of the reasons this
US AARH General information Course at Aarhus University: Tysk SLK Name of foreign university: Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg Country: Germany Period: From: 01.04.2013 To: 31.07.2013 Exchange programme:
Guidelines for writing the exchange report First name and Surname: Martin Fett Host University: Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza Period of study: Autumn Term 2010/2011 1. ACADEMIC INFORMATION
Talking about the past Past Simple We use the Past Simple to talk about something that happened and finished in the past, a completed action. We usually say or know when the action happened. The moment
Erasmus Report Falun/Sweden Carmen Baumgartner SS 2014 1287111 Sweden in general You always hear people saying that Sweden is a very expensive country. That isn t completely true. Groceries are about the
Student number: 329956 Convenient and Costly Travel Report from Spring 2014 at Oslo BI Preparing for the exchange As a citizen of Finland, moving to Norway was the easiest thing possible. No visa was needed,
Student s Name: Ruth Conlon UL Course: BA Psychology and Sociology Academic Year: 2014/ 2015 Semester: Autumn Host University: Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Host University Code: D JENA 01 1 P a g e Student
Washburn University Fall Semester 2014 Topeka/Kansas/USA Andrea Egger I started my exchange semester on August 8 th 2014, after I got my Visa and after months of preparation. I took my flight from Salzburg
Erasmus Report - University of Tampere 2015-2016 Semester 1 August-December 2015 Johan Heidemans S2540606 University of Groningen International Business General Report 1. Host institution and exact dates
Travel report Exchange Fall Semester 2014 Picture 1 Climb to Säntis (close to St. Gallen) 289368 Aalto University School of Business Contents 1. Introduction... 2 2. Getting ready for the exchange... 2
2014-2015 University Attended Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia, Canada Feedback 1 INDUCTION/ORIENTATION PROGRAMME What did this involve, how long did it last, was it useful? This
Task 1 People 1. Describe a person that you admire. Explain why you admire this person. Include details and examples to support your 2. Describe the famous person you admire most. Explain why you admire
Exchange Report: IE Business School, Madrid, Spain Henry Chan (Facebook Name) Year 3 (ACCT & IS) Part 1 Monthly Activity Log January 2015 The school started on 12 January and I arrived Madrid on the day
Post Study Abroad Evaluation Your Program of Study/Year Bachelor of Business Administration/ Year 4 Host Country New Zealand Host School/Agency Unitec Participation Dates July-November 2009 Type of Study
Exchange to the Furthest Place from Home My decision to go on a student exchange to Finland took place long before I went to University. I was about 16 in my second to last year of high school when I started
YOUR SEMESTER IN PRAGUE In a while you will be already here in Prague. Before you start going crazy with packing, there is some information you might find useful. Buddy System is a student volunteer organization
Exchange Report Erasmus Uppsala University Esmee Groen S2382865 Economics and Business economics (Economics track) January 2015 General Report 1. Host institution and exact dates of semester abroad Uppsala
North Pole Dear Friend: Thank you so much for the wonderful letter. My pals at the Post Office are bringing Mrs. Claus and me thousands of letters daily. We sit down in front of the fireplace every evening
ESG UQAM UNIVERSITÉ DE QUEBEC À MONTRÉAL Fall 2015 363365 1. Preparing for the exchange The following documents were needed for the application to UQAM: Copy of the individual record of civil status (e.g.
EKOLA Junior High School Bilingual Programme Entrance Test (1h15) Sample Paper Name: Result: Task 1 Which notice says what? For questions 1 5, match the correct letter A H. 1. You do not have to pay extra
Report- semester abroad in St. Petersburg Table of Contents 1. Dormitory... 3 1.1. Location of the Dormitory and Metro map... 4 2. Studies at Graduate School of Management... 5 3. St. Petersburg... 6 3.1.
Country: Italy Program: UC Florence Lang & Culture Term & Year Abroad: Summer 2011 Gender: Female; Major/Minor: Biopsychology Instructors - What were they like when compared to UCSB instructors? Because
A year abroad at the University of Mississippi Personal Report Thomas Kiefer Home University: Pädagogische Hochschule Freiburg Europalehramt an Realschulen English, Mathematics, Physics 7 th semester In
Name: Date: 1. Which sentence needs a comma? A. After we eat dinner, we should go to the movies. B. She wanted to play football, and she made the team. C. The following announcement is sponsored by the
S U M M E R D I R E C T I O N EAST, WEST HORSENS IS THE BEST More than 250 international students decided to spend their summer holidays this year in Horsens. And they didn t come to Denmark as tourists
2013-2014 Report 1 I read myself in on the uu site, which was pretty handy, and I attented a lecture on future exchange students and etc.. For the rest, just read the headlines online and ask any questions
Exchange Report Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien (Vienna University of Business and Economics) Jenny Tong - - - - - 2014 Fall BBA in Global Business and Marketing Activity Log September 2014 I left HK and travelled
General and specific report Stockholm Business School Autumn semester 2014 Aron Scheppink General Report 1. Host institution and exact dates of semester abroad I went to Stockholm on the 21 st of August,
Major/Minor:English Major, Education Minor Country: Hong Kong Program: CUHK Term & Year Abroad:Spring 2010 Instructors - What were they like when compared to UCSB instructors? They were less strict with
HANYANG UNIVERSITY FALL SEMESTER 2015 MARCO POLO- SPECIFIC AND GENERAL REPORT FEMKE BOONEN S2540894 A. General report 1. Host institution and exact dates of semester abroad Hanyang University, Seoul, South
Exchange Report Kozminski University Warsaw, Poland Lam Ching Man (2016 Spring Sem) Monthly activity log February I arrived Warsaw, Poland in the Mid-February. My exchange buddy, who was an ESN member,
2013-2014 Report 1 I wrote a motivation letter and sent it to the Master coordinator together with my transcripts and CV. There was a problem with housing in Jyväskylä and the Eurasmus grant, but the employees
Suzhou: Xi An Jiaotong-Liverpool University Jarno Bambang Oetomo S-2531798 Semester 1 September 2015 / January 2016 A General report 1. Host institution and exact dates of semester abroad Host institution:
ESC Dijon, Burgundy School of Business Ksenia Buldakova A. General Report Host institution The host institution is called ESC Dijon Burgundy School of Business, also known as Ecole de commerce. It stands
Advanced Conditionals Explained A conditional is made up of two parts: the if-clause and the main clause. We can put either one first and it doesn t change the meaning. We usually use a comma if we put
Danielle Holt Exchange to Humboldt State University, 2008 Pre-departure include info about visa/passport arrangements, support from partner institution and CSU before you left Obtaining a visa is a fairly
A1 MOCK EXAMINATION Choose the correct alternative to complete the sentences. 1. Tony.. up early on Sunday mornings. a) is get sometimes b) sometimes get c) sometimes gets 2. At the moment he.. a) is sleeping
Exchange Report Lund University, Sweden Wendy, Wong Wing Lam Fall 2014 Exchange Table of Content Part I Activity Log 3 Part II General Exchange Information 5 Part III Checklist.. 8 Part 1 - Monthly Activity
Erasmus University Rotterdam School of Management 2014 Fall Shiu, Wun Hei BBA(Account & IS) Part 1 - Monthly Activity Log August I arrived at Rotterdam on 26 September to join the orientation program organized
Trip to Kristiansund - Norway Sophia, Nico and Vincent from Germany Thursday, 20.09.2012 This is my story of the unforgettable days in Kristiansund, Norway. We went from our hometown Mering with the train
A1 MOCK EXAMINATION SECTION I Choose the correct alternatives to complete the sentences. 1. Where for a holiday next summer? a) do you like going b) would you to go c) would you like to go 2. Look at that
City University of Hong Kong Department of Architectural and Civil Engineering Autumn 2015 Night View from Victoria Peak Johannes Mayer. firstname.lastname@example.org Eduard Nuñez Garcia, email@example.com What
A. Student Information Student Evaluation Form Degree(s) enrolled in at VUW Bachelor of Architecture Major(s) Architecture Exchange Institution Rhode Island School of Design VUW Trimester(s) and Year of