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Kemana saja?

Beberapa email masuk ke saya menanyakan kemana saja, sudah sekian lama tidak aktif menulis lagi.
Beberapa email lainnya bahkan langsung ke sasaran, dalam artian menyertakan motivation letter untuk direview. 264 more words

Erasmus Mundus

In the spotlight - Hans Bruzja & Klaudja Koci

‘In the spotlight’ will periodically highlight some of the recent events of TEOS students and alumni.  This post will focus on the EMA tour of Albania organized by Cohort 1 & 2 alumni Hans Bruzja and Klaudja Koçi. 295 more words

Great Expectations

How many times have we heard the expression about glasses being half-full or half-empty?  Not to mention the innumerable little puns and plays on words and whatever that people come up with attached to that first expression. 577 more words

Erasmus Mundus

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Krakow is certainly the best… an amazing city to live… Overall an unforgettable experience!

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Århus through the eyes of foreigners

This is a fun feature story for a local Danish TV station about how internationals view Århus. Being the second largest city in Denmark, the University of Århus hosts about 4000 international students annually. 32 more words

Alison Haywood reblogged this on Following the Wanderlust and commented:

My classmate Faten put together this awesome video where she interviewed people from our program about their first impressions of Aarhus. Recognize the ugly building in the background??? I wasn't a part of it, but I thought it was too awesome not to share! If you like it, check out Faten's blog at http://fatenhbu.wordpress.com.

The Ugliest Building in Aarhus - now with pictures!

Aarhus has a lot of weird modern architecture, but by far the ugliest (in my humble opinion) is the journalism school. 1,020 more words

City Life

Bring Europe to the Balkans - all about education

A considerable number of young people from Western Balkans leave their countries to move in one of the member states of European Union: running away from poverty, looking for a chance to get a job and seeking for a chance to create a brighter life and future. 1,183 more words

European Union