Viachaslau Grebennikov, Hoschule Fulda

For my semester abroad, I chose the city of Fulda, Germany. I liked everything very much. Friendly, open people, a cosy and beautiful town. I received a very warm welcome, an orientation week was organized, and students were assigned to help us settle all issues with registration, insurance and the bank. I met people from many different countries, we organized parties, trips to the mountains, a variety of activities, joint meetings in a bowling, bars, and so on. The University is impressive, the infrastructure is at the highest level. In Hochschule Fulda, in addition to educational buildings, there are buildings for anything you need, for example a huge dining room (with delicious and inexpensive food) and a library with a huge number of places for self-study. There is even a special place where you can take a nap between classes. They gave me a nice dormitory, I lived with international students like me. Studies are entirely in English. It is not easy to learn and it requires a certain input of energy and effort, but all exams are still quite possible to pass. The experience is the best, I recommend it for those people who want to improve their language skills and make friends from all over the world.



Komila Karieva, The Czech Republic

I spend my Erasmus internship time in Czech Republic Olomouc city. Nice, pretty and accurate town with its own history and great fountains. For me this trip was a good choice that only helped me to grow over myself, gain confidence and working experience.



Frankly, I was aware about this program and its benefits from the very first day since I arrived in Wroclaw, because my new roommate was a participant from Czech Republic. In my turn I started asking our University in order to know if students outside from EU could apply as well (visa issues) and then started preparing. I send approximately 200 resumes and asked anyone that I reached. By the end of the summer I received 2 job offers and chose the one I can more profit from.



The work was really busy. However, I could observe and learn many hints for extreme situations throughout the example of my colleagues and mentor. Of course I made some mistakes, but I was lucky to have a great support and what is more important – I saw how mistakes can be fixed and solved in real time. Moreover, I didn’t get lack of trust after fails. I still was doing my part of the job without any hesitations and even helped other departments when I could. I also learned the importance of work etiquette and right timing - distinguish time for more important working tasks, eating, reminding about my personal issues, resting, etc.



I would recommend trying this program if you want to see how it would feel to work and live in EU as an adult, not a student. I would recommend trying this program if you have a lot of questions considering the reality of working in logistic sphere. I would recommend trying this program if you are brave enough to go outside of your box and enter the new environment, with new people and unknown language. I would recommend trying this program if you become excited just to hear about Erasmus internship program.




Tsvetelina Enevska, VTU Todor Kableshkov (Bułgaria)


Hello , my name is Tsvetelina Enevska, i am from Bulgaria, and I study in Higher School of Transport "Todor Kableshkov",which gives me many oppurtunities like this Erasmus+ and this is amazing experience for young people to learn new things and meet new people from different part of the world ! This year I was in Poland in The International University of Logistics and Transport in Wrocław.


There we had 8 interesting subjects with very good teachers, who had perfect English and perfect presentation at class. We had also guest-teachers from another countries . I think this university gives you a lot of different knowledges and oppurtunities, because of his lecture system . If I had a chance I will come back there to study and work !


Wroclaw is so beautiful town,with many universities,many places for fun and meetings, and so much different people from many countries, that’s give you a perfect chance to meet with students,to learn another cultures and make a good friends ! I am in love in this town and I never forget this experience, this was one of the best months in my life!


Thank you for this chance, Erasmus+ is the best way to make a unforgettable memories for life and to learn ! I hope everybody who can to do this and going in Erasmus,and Poland is very good choice !




Ralitsa Temelakieva, VTU Todor Kableshkov (Bułgaria)


I am Ralitsa Temelakieva- an Erasmus student from Sofia, Bulgaria. I study logistics in VTU "Todor Kableshkov".


For MWSLIT I can say that teachers and professors there are very good. Every time they are well prepared with their lectures- most of them have presentations for every lesson. I learned a lot from them and I am happy that I met them.


Wroclaw is perfect city for students and especially Erasmus. There are beautiful parks, gardens and the city center is full of breathtaking views. These gothic style buildings are very interested for foreigners. There are also very interesting cathedrals and bridges. I noticed that almost every weekend there is some event in Wroclaw- concert or something else. I wish I can come again one day.




Sueda Salmaner, Istanbul Kemerburgaz University (Turcja)


I am Sueda Salmaner. I was a Erasmus student almost one year in Wroclaw. First, I came her for one semester but i really like Wroclaw and that's why i decided to stay one more semester. Wroclaw is a really good city. Especially, my favorite features of Wroclaw are its silence and calmness. Normally I live in Istanbul and after Istanbul, Wroclaw was a holiday for me. I am really glad to live in there. And also I am really happy to meet our friends. We have new and great friendships. And , I can suggest to everybody to see there.







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