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  • University of Paderborn, Germany

    Anonymous student reviewed:
    Furnitured student housing is available starting at 180€/month including all costs. A room in a private flat starts at around the same amount. The study abroad office will assist…
  • Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

    Anonymous student reviewed:
    The average costs for rents are listed above. Additional costs are quite the same like in the rest of Germany. You need about 10€ each day for food and cosmetics. More detailed:…
  • Lund University, Sweden

    Anonymous student reviewed:
    Swedish student get subsidy and some also borrow money from our government (student loans), the subsidy and the loan adds up to about 7800SEK/month.Thanks to the unions life in…
  • University of St. Gallen (HSG), Switzerland

    Anonymous student reviewed:
    After one year and a half, I was ready to start working on my thesis. I found a way to do a thesis for a company. The dean of the school of finance at that time accepted to be my…
  • University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

    Anonymous student reviewed:
    I will not do anything differently - because what I did I don't regret it. And the administration site of university I cannot change.
  • European Union Law, Tilburg University

    Anonymous student reviewed:
    Depending on the type of accomodation you seek, Tilburg is quite expensive, with rents ranging from 300 up to 1000 EUR/month. If looking to experience the "campus life",…
  • Donald Alimi reviewed:
    The week is well organised. You have 5 days a week dedicated to lectures and studios. Generally the studio is once a week and you stay all the day working in the classroom and…
  • University of Oulu, Finland

    Anonymous student reviewed:
    I don't think there is something I would do differently if I could do it over again. The principal advice I would give to future students is to move themselves when they…
  • University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

    Anonymous student reviewed:
    When searching for a room, they could check the announcements at Informagiovani in the city center, they could be cheaper than the internet offers. They have better go to the…
  • University of Padova, Italy

    Anonymous student reviewed:
    The University of Padua (Universita' degli Studi di Padova) is a very nice place to get your degree from. It features not just the historic background of this liberal…
  • University of Limerick, Ireland

    Anonymous student reviewed:
    Living there is more expensive than what I am used to (Finland, Germany etc). The student villages cost quite a bit, my rent in Plassey Village was 2000 euros for one semester…
  • Adam Mickiewicz University Poznan, Poland

    Anonymous student reviewed:
    I suggest to meet Polish friends who will show how to face problemms with Polish administration (mainly the academic one). I encourage as well to be open to new experiences with…

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Hi, I'm a Mexican student who made his exchange at TAMK in Tampere, Finland, very happy with the university, everyone there is really kind, really good educational system, also, I made really good friends for the entire world! Tampere is a beautiful city, really quiet and have a very good services, I enjoyed…

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This is my first year of Chemical Engineering in Pisa. Professors just talk for hours and fill the board with theory or read from slides. Boring, very passive learning, which makes it even harder. Early in the morning they often arrive 30-40 min late... many times they free us early. Some classes have 300 students,…

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Studied at Tampere University of Applied Sciences, Finland

Finns on the classes helped me a lot, as well as during out-of-school duties. Classes focused mainly on using our knowledge in practice. The teachers were very kind and willing to help in any matter. All reports and projects had to be sent electronically, which greatly facilitated cooperation with lecturers. We worked…

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