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Erasmus – you only live once!

How do I see this journey? You’re replacing previous habits with another. Every day you wake up to a different and new day. It might be the best day of your life. You expirience a various sunrises and sunsets and – when you do, you actually become an improved human beign. Feeling differences means also […]

How to make the best memories on your Erasmus in Torun

How do I know? Because I’ve been there. I’ve had a 9 months long Erasmus journey for myself and since I had such an amazing time in the beautiful city of Torun, I feel like I’m experienced enough to give you a few tips on making this journey unforgettable. I’ve seen so many people who […]

Do the Royal Wedding and Juwenalia have something in common?

Our mental condition was a little influenced. While drinking in public places is usually prohibited in Poland, there is this one weekend, when nobody cares: Juwenalia. It’s a huge student festival with concerts, cultural program and …a lot of alcohol. One tradition is to dress yourself up as something stupid: like a cow or a […]

Torun, Poland and surroundings

There is a few reasons why you should choose Torun. The university is one of the best in Poland, it has a beautiful city center and many interesting places to visit and its relatively central location inside Poland makes it easy to visit other cities inside Poland and around it. Mainly Torun… This is one […]

First assignment- it hurts!

I am so called social historian, that means I need to know well facts from military, political and economic history as well and describe socially important processes. That’s why I really was interested in subject “Sociology of Gender and sexuality: theory and practice” when I filled my Learning Agreement “before the studies”, this was one […]

How I arrived in Torun and how will YOU!

When I first started to look at travelling routes, I come to realize that it will not be as easy as I thought. The first thing that I did, was searching for direct flights from my city, Cluj, to the closest airport to Torun. I ended up with nothing. The shortest route was 48h and […]

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