Erasmus is an international exchange program funded by the European Union.
More than 3 million students had the possibility to live and study abroad, making new friends and learning a new language.

There are a lot of reasons why the Erasmus exchange program is definitely worth your attention, to help you we have summarized it all in six simple points.

Trying to live away from home

Erasmus gives you the occasion to live far from your home, your friends and your family. In this way you will be forced to learn to overcome obstacles on your own. Getting out of your habits won’t be easy, but living alone will make you grow in every sense.

You will learn:

  • To stick to a budget and balance your finances
    During Erasmus you will be in charge of everything: shopping for groceries, accommodation and transportation, to name a few. Although it might be hard at first to cope with everything, you will soon be independent and start doing it like a pro. This experience will prepare you for the future if you plan on living on your own later on.
  • To trust yourself
    When you are in an unfamiliar place, far from your comfort zone, you have no option but to learn how to deal with unexpected situations. In these cases, you will have to believe in your capacity to face and solve any problems you might encounter. Despite being quite uncomfortable and sometimes frustrating, thanks to Erasmus you will have more self-confidence and know what to do in the future.

Learning and practicing a new language

It is one of the goals of almost all participants.

By the way learning a foreign language is not easy. It requires a lot of time and practice.
Most of the time, students are unmotivated and frustrated because studying a new language may seem boring.
But actually it’s not.

You can enjoy studying a new language. How?

In Erasmus every student can learn the language faster thanks to a full immersion in the host country, participating in lessons, communicating with other students in class or even just simply by shopping!

This is the second part of the article, if you want to find out more view article 1 and article 3.

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