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Who should be an Erasmus student | Julia Fernandez Diaz | TEDxNBU

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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Why students should take the challenge and go to Erasmus exchange programs and what benefits could they expect. Erasmus student from Spain at New Bulgarian University About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Chaitali Bhattacharyya (15 days ago)
She is soooo cooooooooooool
Bipin Yadav (1 month ago)
She's beautiful with accents
spyros prevel (2 months ago)
The Spanish accent. A boy came in my country that is from Spain but I am going to finland but I freaking love that accent
Margareta Christi (3 months ago)
This speech is really inspiring and gives me an insight about Erasmus students' experiences. Thank you!
Kazbekus (3 months ago)
One time , when I worked as an waiter in Boston, I served family from Italy, and they spend around 200$ for dinner, and guess what was in the end?) yes, they didn’t tipped me😂😂 it was the baddest experience with Italians(
Lorenzo Billi (19 days ago)
In Italy we don't often give tips, they're not mandatory like in the US
ufuk şimşek (5 months ago)
accent is nothing idea is everything.
L'éclectique (9 months ago)
Your English is fine :) I'm French, not very at ease with English and yet I understood everything. And as a language learner, I know the struggle it is to learn another language. You do it well!
Salvador Jara Jordán (1 year ago)
I think it's a great way of showing the Erasmus experience. It got nice ideas of how to make my Erasmus life presentation. I really liked this talk
Iqbal Uddin (1 year ago)
Whatever her accent... I loved the way she presented her speech and posture. Very smart.
Carsten Alcaraz Bracho (2 years ago)
www.google.de/?gws_rd=ssl#q=internationales+haus+lüneburg https://www.facebook.com/Internationales-Haus-169065323500041/
vladimir (2 years ago)
this english talking of hers is soo bad she talks better bulgarian...
FaithsStardust (8 months ago)
It's completely fine...
Benji Benji (2 years ago)
she speaks as if she spoke indian 😄
TANZEEM KHAN (6 months ago)
Her accent is like middle east peoples
Aditi Gupta (7 months ago)
India is a country, Hindi is our language! :P
Eva Springs (1 year ago)
Umm.. Indian is not a language and looks like you are not exactly informed........ -_-
For the record, Indian is not a language.
Alba Miocev (2 years ago)
Go somewhere off college, off erasmus and off any shit.
Generralu Generralu (2 years ago)
Que quieres demostrar con éste video ?
Clau (3 years ago)
Exchange is so amazing! Especially living with international students! It's pretty easy to find international houses on HousingAnywhere.com!
m_saez (3 years ago)
She made me even regret of chossing England, a more similar country to Spain, as an Erasmus destination...
Carlys (6 months ago)
England is not more similar to Spain haha
Billy Hughes (2 years ago)
I think with the UK - the best thing to do is go there and get stuck into the university clubs and societies outside the Erasmus clique. Obviously, a lot of your friends will be fellow Erasmus students as British students are traditionally reticent to open up to Erasmus students there for a semester or a year at most. But with a bit of planning and not taking knockbacks personally, you can make British friends - join the clubs and societies, sporting ones are usually good places to go to. I hope you enjoy the UK. :)
Domènec Casañ (2 years ago)
I did my eramus in Coventry, UK last year and it was the best year of my life! it all depends on the people you know and your attitude towards the experience... peace!
Alina Aldea (2 years ago)
why do you regret? i want to go to England for an erasmus programme
3choBlast3r (3 years ago)
So why the fuck are people in most of Europe allowed to do multiple Erasmus semesters, and get like triple the scholarship we get? In the Netherlands we barely get any help, Erasmus organization is just a fucking pain in the ass that wants this and that document constantly. The Erasmus experience is fucking AMAZING. But I can't do any other Erasmus unless I do another education. Since I am only allowed to do one during the minor, you can do an internship but it's not the damn same, you'll be working ;/ and it's the same in all colleges/unis here as far as I know. Really wish I could do another one, it was an amazing experience. I did my Erasmus in Istanbul, it was great. Anyway, I met some people from Slovakia who were doing their second semester and even stayed one semester more.... how is that even possible? The messed up part was that they were studying a history masters while taking beginners courses at erasmus and no one cared lol...
Loliipopis (2 years ago)
tough shit if you can't afford it, that's life. where does the money come from for every working class student to travel? idiot
Billy Hughes (2 years ago)
He did 'try it' he went to Istanbul, but the fact remains Erasmus works if you have 'The Bank of Mum and Dad' the stipends they give you aren't enough and that means working class students who could have that opportunity to have their eyes opened are denied because the stipends aren't enough to cover living expenses. I wanted to do an Erasmus semester in Finland but was soon put off by what I was about to receive in regards living costs. The idea of Erasmus is a brilliant one and one that would be lost to a generation of British students if Brexit goes ahead.
Emily Stoker (2 years ago)
I did internships for both of my erasmus placements and I had an amazing time! Don't knock it until you try it ;) I FAR preferred it to studying :)
Vanessa Andreia (3 years ago)
+3choBlast3r Actually with erasmus + programme you are allowed to do erasmus 12 months in bacherlor and more 12 months in master. Try to get some information about that in your university or just google it. Scholarship is a problem about your country... Netherlands is in a better monetary situation that other european countries so is normal you receive less help.
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