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    have anyone been studdying in another country with erasmus?
    i'm thinking about doing that and just wanted to know what you thought about it. i don't know that much apart from that you have to studdy in your homecountry for a while before you go. how does it work? do you have to find your own place to live? or does the school gelp you with that?
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    (Original post by _EMMA_)
    have anyone been studdying in another country with erasmus?
    i'm thinking about doing that and just wanted to know what you thought about it. i don't know that much apart from that you have to studdy in your homecountry for a while before you go. how does it work? do you have to find your own place to live? or does the school gelp you with that?
    I'm thinking of doing the ERASMUS scheme as well, and found out a bit about it on the internet. There's loads of information about the system here http://www.esn.org/

    You have to study at your homecounty for a while, then people usually spend between 1 term and a whole year at a different country, then returning to the home university. Usually its the second year at university that you study abroad.

    You don't have to find your own place to live: your uni will help you with that and you apply for accomodation at the host university just like you would at home.
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    Usually its the second year at university that you study abroad.
    Don't you mean 3rd year?
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    (Original post by Nylex)
    Don't you mean 3rd year?
    Is it? I always thought they had to spend the last year back at home? Believe Nylex because I'm not all that sure!
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    (Original post by johncleaner)
    Is it? I always thought they had to spend the last year back at home? Believe Nylex because I'm not all that sure!
    Normally degrees with a year abroad are four years, with the third year spent in a foreign country
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    (Original post by johncleaner)
    Is it? I always thought they had to spend the last year back at home? Believe Nylex because I'm not all that sure!
    I think so, as all the courses I've seen with a year abroad involve spending the 3rd year abroad and then coming back home for another year. If it's a Bachelor's degree, you do 4 years instead of 3 and a Master's degree is usually still 4 (as far as I know anyway).
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    (Original post by _EMMA_)
    have anyone been studdying in another country with erasmus?
    i'm thinking about doing that and just wanted to know what you thought about it. i don't know that much apart from that you have to studdy in your homecountry for a while before you go. how does it work? do you have to find your own place to live? or does the school gelp you with that?
    I want to study in America as part of my degree. It's not done with Erasmus though as that's just European. The university will help you with accomadation and stuff
 
 
 
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