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Very good professors there are well equipped university buildings and students dormitories. The atmosphere of the city is amazing due the number of students.
I studied in Budapest where the food is really cheap and good (there are many good restaurants in which a lunch menu will cost nearly 3.5 euros) and where the nightlife is wonderful (the beer in an international bar like szimpla is about 2 euros for a 50cl beer, in a typical hungarian bar it would cost 1 …
City: Beautiful city, interesting history, many activities, great people.
University: Business part of the university very outstanding. Very good quality of lectures and good way of teaching!
It´s a lifetime experience! After gaining so much from my Erasmus experience I am now dedicated to building an awareness in others of the importance of the many different cultures and languages in Europe.
When I returned home I soon found myself feeling nostalgic about many of the things that I had taken for granted, such as the different way of socialising with my new friends and the healthier way of life.
First , as I come from France the scolarships are very useful when you go studying in a land in which the cost of living is low (for instance Poland, Hungary or Czech Republic).
I chose studying in Eastern Europe because I wanted to discover the culture and the way of life of eastern people since they are really open to the world only since 1989.
Hungarian are nice people and they are friendly toward strangers. Most of young people speak english well, and english is spoken in the …
I studied at Semmelweis which is a well known medical university in Europe.
The courses are in English or in German. The quality of the courses is good, a little bit easier than in France but it really depends on the topics. The clinical practice are great and the teachers let you do more things than in …
BME is a highly prestigious university among students who feel commitment to research and development. The high standards of the education, the scientific qualification in the leading technical sciences embraces the heritage of our university. At BME there are eight faculties (Faculties of Civil Engineering, …
It is not likely that an exchange student would get a dormitory room, so it is advisable to start searching for a flat before arrival, to be able to check them out in the first few days. If you're taking part in an Erasmus exchange, the members of the Erasmus Student Network will provide you with discount …
few if any equipment, I.e. no fMRI to study and research. few if any andvery expensive, unreliable antibodies and chemical markers, no fanancial supportes for researchm, few access to refrences and so on
Hojjat Allah Haghgoo from Iran
Professors are really tough with Erasmus students and they treat you as spanish even if you don't have same linguistic ability.
Anonymous student from Italy
The dormitory is excellent, and cheap (90-120 Euros/Month). You can also rent a flat or share one in the city center for about 120-200 Euros per month. Courses in Finance are serious, you can also start to learn Lithuanian and Russian. Library is rich and diversified, teachers are very close to the students …
Pierre De Bozzi from France