FAMILY. Aniek Derksen from Netherlands in the living area at Fantoft. She explains how quickly your experience abroad is over, and your back in you old life. PHOTO: Amelie Enders.

– It was hard to realize that my Erasmus was over, says former Erasmus student.



The semester is coming to an end, and for all the internationals this means the end of their time in Norway. Something I myself experienced half a year ago. Let’s be honest, studying abroad is mostly not as serious as back home. At the end of each semester, you may therefore spot many crying faces at the car parks or … Read More

SOCIAL AND FUN. Exchange student Hedvika Kotherová considers dumpster diving to be especially enjoyable when in a group of like-minded people.

Many international students have decided to try dumpster diving during their stay in Norway. Motives are various - from simply saving money, to environmental reasons or even the social aspect of the activity.



An attempt to reduce food waste or just another way of saving money. Dumpster diving is controversial yet trendy activity among international students in Bergen. Among them is Hedvika Kotherová. She is a student of political science from Czech republic and she is staying in Bergen for one semester thanks to Erasmus+ programme. When here, she decided to try a … Read More

MANGE MOGLEGHEITER: Studentane på NHH har fleire attraktive utvekslingsavtaler. Masterstudent, Jørgen Fostvedt, fortel at Australia er populært.

Noregs Handelshøgskule toppar, medan Høgskulen på Vestlandet ikkje har nådd målet.



– Mitt inntrykk er at dei fleste vil dra, og dreg, på utveksling. Eg veit om fleire som dreg både i løpet av bachelor- og mastergrada si, fortel masterstudent ved Noregs Handelshøgskule (NHH), Jørgen Fostvedt. Ein fersk rapport frå Direktoratet for internasjonalisering og kvalitetsutvikling i høgare utdanning (DIKU) viser at 57 prosent av studentane ved NHH dreg på utveksling. På andreplass … Read More