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Everything you need to know about the Danish language
What is Danish Denmark is a country with a strong welfare state. It combines a high living standard with a strong social security net, as well as the best working opportunities. So, if you consider moving to another country, Denmark seems really tempting. Before making a final decision, we invite you to discover the mysteries […]
Living in Germany: a few tips for beginners
New in Germany? Check out what you need to know If an adventurous move to the most organized and progressive country on Earth is waiting for you soon, you may ask yourself a question: “Is it hard to live in Germany?” The answer will be easier to find with our basic guidelines. Are you ready to learn […]
Discover Silesia: an interesting region in Poland
Silesia in Poland is a great place to live Silesia is a very attractive and characteristic region of Poland, whose complicated history corresponds in a way to the history of the whole country. In the past it was located within the borders of various countries, becoming part of Poland in 1945, after the end of […]
How to study in the EU after Brexit
Can you study abroad after Brexit? As a result of the British people’s decision to leave the European Union, taken in a referendum in June 2016, a number of questions suddenly arose about the continued functioning of numerous areas of life that had until then been regulated as part of the Community. Indeed, Brexit, which […]
Medical University of Łódź: a short guide
Medical studies in Poland are very popular among both domestic and foreign students. What is the reason that there are usually a dozen or so applicants for one free place at Polish universities? First of all, it is the fact that Polish medical universities are usually highly ranked in international rankings assessing the level of […]
Studying in Dortmund - challenge or adventure?
The things that draw so many international students to Germany are a wide offer of study options, affordable costs, funding and the high living standard. If you decide to study and live here in the Land of Ideas, one of the most attractive places to consider is Dortmund. Of the approximately 600,000 inhabitants, over 50,000 are young students from […]
Copenhagen’s accommodation for students: renting a room
Finding a place to live in Copenhagen as a student can be a tricky task. Here are some tips to make this experience as smooth as possible and allow you to focus on exploring the capital of Denmark with joy – no matter whether you’re planning a weekend trip or a long-term stay. 1. Decide […]
Preparing for studying abroad – all you need to know.
Studying abroad can be an amazing, eye-opening experience. If you hesitate to try it yourself it is probably because you do not know enough about it. We will hereby try to resolve your doubts by explaining what it is all about. First of all, what you should do is get the vital information about the […]
What is Erasmus and who can apply for the programme?
Erasmus is a program founded by the European Commission in 1987 and its aim is to finance international exchange programs. The program is gaining more and more popularity every year and no wonder it does! It is the most commonly known of the many international student exchange programs which give students from all over Europe […]
Lyngby: DTU, campus and places for students
Lyngby is a town situated 15km north of Copenhagen. It gathers around 55,000 residents and is a lively place of both science and culture. Lyngby is also home to the Technical University of Denmark, known as DTU. Lyngby may not be an obvious choice for people interested in living in Copenhagen, but it’s definitely worth […]
Room or apartment - what to rent when studying in Copenhagen?
Danes are considered one of the happiest nations in the world and their capital – Copenhagen – is, therefore, a place many want to live in. Students are keen on moving to Copenhagen for the good level of teaching at the universities and the laid-back atmosphere and young professionals for the opportunities which lay ahead […]