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People You Meet During Erasmus

By Emma Nord During my time on Erasmus I have met some amazing people along my journey—none of whom I will ever forget. The experience of traveling abroad and living amongst both local and international students is one that I can honestly say everyone should try if they get the opportunity. The Travel …

The Universal Language of the Outdoors

By Emma Nord Verbal communication accounts for only seven percent of total communication. This being said, why do people value words so incredibly highly? As a student abroad and a self-diagnosed introverted extrovert, I find it extremely difficult to break through barriers of communication. I love to talk to people and listen to their …

Nonverbal differences between countries

Communication is one of the most important things we use in our lives. Communication means “to share” in Latin. In this article, I will focus on non-verbal communication in different cultures and how they might conflict with each other. In life we use a lot of non-verbal communication, and there are a lot …

Kite Consortium set up Task Force

By Hannah Arikpo The Kite Consortium, the highest decision-making body of the Erasmus Mundus Project, instituted four different Task Forces at its recent meeting held at the Center for International Cooperation (CIC) in Brno. Comprising Partners of the Erasmus Mundus project and Representatives of host institutions, the Task Forces, named …

Countering Clichés

Simona Zdanavičiute “Heaven is where the cooks are French, the police are British, the mechanics are German, the lovers are Italian and everything is organized by the Swiss. Hell is where the cooks are British, the police are German, the mechanics are French, the lovers are Swiss, and everything is …