This video is made by Allison Young, who is studying abroad here in Utrecht. Since the start of the semester, she's been part of a mentor group which did a lot of cool stuff together in and around Utrecht. Allison is studying media and has always enjoyed editing and watching videos. The JoCo asked Allie... Continue Reading →
The time has come, you're going back to your hometown. The first months will be fully planned with visits to friends, family and al that stuff, but after these months, everyone will be homesick to your exchange town. You create so many memories together with your Erasmus friends and can even cry about the fact... Continue Reading →
By now, the semester is really, really coming to an end. Besides being sad it’s almost over and trying to do as many things still left on your Dutch bucket list as possible, you might also have some practical issues: What to do with all the stuff you can’t take back home? Well, we have... Continue Reading →
Two months ago you were all fresh faced new Erasmus students in Utrecht. Right now you'll probably know this city better than your own! With the help of this little film you can look back with joy!
It feels as if it was only yesterday that I was stationed at Utrecht Centraal, armed with an ESN flag, a list of subscriptions and a chai latte. Mathilde and I were doing our shifts for the pick up service; We had colleagues stationed at Schiphol to guide the newly arrived international students to the... Continue Reading →
Oh, how ESN Utrecht welcomed all the new students! After a fun filled introduction day (including e.g. a boat trip, a city walk, and a game of pool) we all gathered up for the introduction party, down below on the wharf by the historic canal. But you know, an image says more than a thousand... Continue Reading →
I know unfortunately only few of you managed to get your hands on one of these tickets, as there was limited space. It was the closing night of the Western European Platform (WEP), meaning that all of our foreign (and Dutch) guests – who are active (board) members at their own section – were about... Continue Reading →