Tag Archive for Erasmus

ACTive locals of the month of December AEGEE-Amsterdam and  AEGEE-Beograd “The best things are in small packages”

Last December, AEGEE-Amsterdam and AEGEE-Beograd organised the event “Home is where the Heart is – Erasmus+ exchange 2017”. For this reason, they were chosen as the ACTive Local of the Month. We spoke to Amy Treuren, European Affairs Officer of AEGEE-Amsterdam, and Isidora Braljinac, President of AEGEE-Beograd, to find out more!   ACT: Which emotions did you have when you… Read more →

Some Students Play the Lifestyle of the Erasmus Generation

A new project about the Erasmus programme is going to be developed in Rome: Erasmus Generation. Many European students will enjoy a TV series where the actors are not professionals, but normal students and young people like all of us.   The Erasmus programme is the world’s most successful student exchange programme. Over five million students, from across the European continent, have… Read more →

Erasmus+ Made Easy! How to Make the Most of it and Give it a ‘Plus’

Plenty of AEGEE members have heard about Erasmus+ at some point. However, not many of us have actually gone through the time-consuming application process. The long application form and the large amount of questions and items you need to think about sound like an unreachable objective for many locals and European bodies of AEGEE. And yes – it is hard,… Read more →

Local of the Month AEGEE-Zaragoza: Strong friendship is the key to success

AEGEE-Zaragoza was founded on January 24, 1998. More than 15 years of history, with lights and (some) shades. It is a big antenna with 146 members, a number they are eager to raise every year but do not complain about. Here’s the story of our Local of the Month from December, the organizers from the past Autumn Agora 2013! Former… Read more →