Archive for March, 2014

A big question many students who are freshly thrown into the University jungle should ask themselves, is how are they going to cope with the every day grind, the routine, the habitual day-to-day university life. As soon as the initial adrenaline and excitement of being on your own in a foreign country settles down, you […]

A short  guide to mimicry Hey, I am Anna, one of those international students, who came to the Netherlands, holding a romantic image of fachwerk houses and “grachts” in the head, but was almost hit by a bike when I stuck my nose out of the house for the first time and felt on the […]

As this is my first entry into the Erasmus University International Blog, it’s only fitting to take things back to the beginning: my first week in Rotterdam. By the time these words find their way onto the Internet, I will have officially called Rotterdam my home for two months. So, while these sentiments may no […]


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  • Jahnavi: I have spent the past few days trying to talk to as many people from Netherlands as possible, to get [...]
  • Dzhem: Hi Marcel, thanks for the reply! I am also really enjoying to study here. The Netherlands is a great [...]