Erasmus life always sounds like lots of parties, lots of fun, lots of friends. 

In this world where we all feel so free there’s one really important thing we should not ever forget: consent.


Things to know before going on Erasmus in Spain

Since the Schuman Declaration, the first speech uttered in pursuit of a United Europe, was stated on May 9th 1950, the feeling of Europe and being European has grown stronger.

Spain is one of the most visited countries in the world. Our kind weather, rich cultural background and beautiful cities are part of the appeal of our country. However, there are also huge and unique natural landmarks.

We are tired of people telling us that this is our new normality. Young people have been innovating and changing how they socialize, how they help their communities and how they free themselves in many different ways.



Some people may say younger generations are not worried about life, that they are just concerned about partying, going out and wasting their time.

However, this is not fully true.

Welcome to the month of terror! In this blog we will show you some of the spookiest traditions that you can find throughout the Spanish territory. Ready to find traditions that will scare you? Would you dare to travel to any of these places?

The moment you have been waiting for has arrived and your mobility stay is about to start. You have many challenges ahead of you and you cannot let your nerves get you overwhelmed. Have you thought about taking a moment? Think about what you really want to do with this experience and value everything that comes your way. Start with the company. Think about the walks that you want to take alone through the city that will welcome you for a time in your life.

In ESN we stand for equality and inclusion. Our main goal is the enrichment of society through international students. This enrichment has to be reached taking everyone into account, regardless of their background, religious beliefs, gender, sexual orientation and identity. Today, we want to focus on these last aspects. There are many things that have changed recently, but we also want to highlight the work that has to be done yet.

One of the best proofs of having lived abroad and known the local culture is the local cuisine. You can show your friends and family that you know the Spanish culture by preparing them some delicious meals from all over Spain.

You know these days have been tough, without being able to be close to those you love the most and you regret not having told them face to face everything you felt for them. There are times when you cannot cope with the daily routine you are living and you feel you are doing nothing.

These days there are many things which have changed in our lives. We have to get used to this new routine we are experiencing. However, sometimes it is hard to change your lifestyle. Because of this, we are bringing you different ideas to spend your time and not waste a minute!

“You’ve already been everywhere!”, “But son, tell me again, where were you travelling this weekend?”, “Are you suddenly rich?”, “How lucky you are! You are always travelling!”… Do these expressions sound familiar to you?

The International Day of Persons with Disabilities was stated by the United Nations General Assembly in 1992. The main purpose of the day is to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities in all areas of society and development, as well as raise awareness in every aspect of political, social, economic and cultural life.  

Being on Erasmus is a very enriching experience, both personally and professionally. It is an experience where you can discover a new culture, make new friends and also learn more about yourself and about life.

Have you ever been afraid on the way home? Have you ever felt insecure walking down the street?  You may have been part of the many women that have had to send a message to say that you arrived home safely and that nothing strange occurred on the way

Spain is a very big country, with many different features between the different areas of the country. The reason behind this is that many cultures and people inhabited Spain along the years. We have tried to classify them so you can try to enjoy all of them before you go back home.