Allow me to INTRO properly
Allow me to Intro properly
Just so you get a small feeling of the person who is writing, I’ve got some keywords for you.
Instead of describing myself, I decided to ask for some of my close friends to describe me in max 2 words. After that, I mixed them with words from professional recommendations (previous bosses). Here is what I got (each brackets from a different person): “annoyingly positive”, ” professional attitude,” “party starter”, “dedicated and skilled”, “smart”, “dumb**s”, “creative”, “crazy”. Guess is enough… I will let your imagination choose which one is from which side. Just praying to God that you will guess right. Anyways, it is just a matter of perspective here.
All you need to know is that I am not here to play the smart a*s. My objective is to literally share some experiences and info that I believe you could use in case you decide to go Erasmus or studying abroad. I will explain in another article also why I put studying abroad and Erasmus in the same “atmosphere”.
Erasmus in Denmark, Romania or Spain?
Now what is important for you to know is that I might have all the information you need in case you want to go Erasmus in Denmark, Romania or Spain. Why? I was born in Romania. My body and my brain are together in Denmark and my soul is somewhere in Spain enjoying the sun and probably a mojito. To make it easier, after I finished high school I chose Denmark to continue with my higher education. From Denmark, I went to Spain as an Erasmus student. Easy as that.
I had this idea ages ago when I was trying to decide which university from abroad to attend and turned all websites upside down. All I got was ” what to do”, “where to eat”, “living costs” and all the bright sides. Besides, when I went Erasmus in Spain it was the same thing. However, nobody told me for example that if you choose to go to University of Valencia it might have “100” campuses in different cities and you might end up in the middle of nowhere while thinking you are going to Valencia…”Very Shi*ty situation, trust me!” But don’t worry, this is not the WORST part! I am a lucky girl, so there was a lot more “fun and adventure” awaiting. However, I will try to keep it short and simple. So, for now I just want you to get to know everything about the dose. We’ll continue with the story in the next article.
About Erasmus weekly
I want to take you on an Erasmus journey every week. Therefore, the dose will be posted on Sundays, so you can end your weekend smiling. I really hope to help, motivate and entertain future international students. Even though I have encountered many unexpected situations, Erasmus was the best experience of my life and so will be Yours. However, I believe it is a good idea to be informed. For this reason, I hope that in time, the dose will contain relevant and helpful input from others who had experiences in other countries but the ones I will be writing about.
Each article of the dose will end up with some kind of lesson. Don’t expect a SERIOUS one, I’m not here to teach.
One more thing. Just to make sure, I hope you know that to go back to the website you can click on the logo. Or might as well just click here.
P. S I decided not to offer my Social Media accounts just because I want you to use your imagination while reading. However, if you are too curious, I’ve got nothing to hide! Besides, with all this technology nowadays… I don’t want to continue the phrase because I would say what you can’t even DO without others finding out.
Anyways, here is something that I find super motivational and interesting for you to watch. Click on this link.
HAVE A WILD WEEKEND and GO READ SOME BOOKS ALSO! 😀