Unity in diversity- learning through Erasmus+ projects

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  1. For me Erasmus+ was the best experience I ever had in my life.I met wonderful people and got the change to be conected with different kids all around the world.I learned new things about different cultures and had the chance to make my english better and to improve my skills in comunication and how to be better in a team.

  2. When I first learned about Erasmus+, I have to admit I was sacred to join. The idea of relying only on English to communicate was something I didn’t think I was capable at the time. However I wanted to test myself and also experience a foreign country.
    To describe what impact the Polish mobility had on me in few words would be impossible. The different cultures united to create a wonderful experience regardless of our nationalities, the workshops gave me the confidence that I can proficiently use English towards expressing myself. While being an international event, I feel like this experience also strengthened my bonds with my colleagues, all being mesmerized by the powerful impact of such a project.

  3. My Erasmus+ experience was extraordinary! I’m in love with the Polish architecture and history, it was an amazing experience with unbelievable feelings, i’d never thought that history could have such a big impact to a teenager from this century, but it had, and it does mark you, especially when you hear the stories and the life inside Auschwitz, lucky escapes and family reunions, all those things make you more responsible about the things that surround you, the decisions you make during life and the people you trust. This experience was a moral story and a “wake up” sign.

    1. My Erasmus+ experience was the best in my life. In that week I spent in Spain, everything was amazing. The family that hosted me was so kind and lovely. They talked to me, treated me like I was part of the family, they had very good living conditions and I also got a gift from them. I couldn’t ask for more. Also, the projects we were involved it with all the other kids were very creative and interesting. In our free time we went to wonderful places like Coruna, Santiago, Finisterre, an amazing waterfall, a beautiful port and beach next to The Atlantic Ocean and a lot of other places. Everybody was very nice, it was the greatest week in my entire life. I improved my English skills, I learned how to work better in a team, I met a lot of people from different countries and saw all the small differences between them that make them special. I think I got along with everyone and it was amazing. From far the best project I’ve ever been involved in.

    2. The Erasmus + experience I had was beyond what I imagined it to be. I have never thought I could learn new things in a fun and creative way. Learning about Krakow and its history was fascinating and we even got to visit Auschwitz, a place that hold so much history in it that left us speechless.
      Talking to the people there and finding ways to communicate was so much fun.The worksphops and activities we did had me really drawn to them
      This experience will forever have a place in my heart and I will never forget my time spent in Krakow.

  4. The Erasmus+ experience was one of the greatest and the most interesting experiences I have ever had. It teached me a lot of new things and I believe that it is an eye-opening experience that I’ll never forget. We had the opportunity to explore the beautiful city of Krakow and its fascinating surroundings. The activities and the workshops were also really interesting. It was great to see so many teenagers from different countries work together and becoming friends and I am more than happy that I have been a part of it. I have alse learned a lot about the culture of the other participating countries, all of these while creating beautiful memories.

  5. In the ninth grade, I got involved in a Erasmus+ project in order to improve my knowledge about the culture of other countries, my English vocabulary and to learn more about teamwork and personal development. In my first mobility, I was very nervous about this new experience but it turned out to be one of my most wonderful memory I’ve ever had! When I arrived in Poland, everything was different from home and i needed to get used with my new surroundings. For the next days, we had trips to different places, learn about Poland’s history and culture and we presented in front of a large audience aspects of our country that impressed the foreign children. We successfully achieved our target points and I also met new people that taught me different aspects of life. I can’t wait to see them again and I am so glad that i had the opportunity to participate in this beautiful project that changed my life!

  6. The Erasmus + experience was unique and one of the best experiences I had. During this experience I met a lot of different people with different culture. They game us the opportunity to visit some amazing places like A Coruña and Cape Finisterre whose beauty I will not forget. This experience also helped me improve my english, my communication skills and also teached me how to work better in a team. Furthermore, we had a lot of amazing activities that i really enjoyed like treasure hunt. I think that everybody should join in projects like this because
    it will help you develop as a person.

  7. My Erasmus experience in Italy was truly incredible. For one, getting to know Italian customs and traditions was eye-opening, and meeting people and working alongside them at the many activities we took part in was, to say the least, a valuable learning experience; I was taught of how our similarities bring us close and how celebrating our differences brings us closer. Walking through famous landmarks, such as Otranto (which you might have heard of in Horace Walpole’s novel “The Castle of Otranto”) or the city of Lecce, with its signature baroque architecture, made it seem as though we were pushing the lines between the past and the present- and in the end, it was our future that was affected in the best way possible, by expanding our minds and changing our worldview .

  8. Back when I decided to be part of an Erasmus project I didn’t realize how well it would turn out. I thought that we were just going to stay at a hotel, go to the usual activities in the morning and go out in the city in the morning. I was wrong, and I am glad I was. We made friends with so many people from so many different countries, we learned a lot about the lifestyle of the people who hosted us, and it was one of the best experiences and one of the best weeks of my life.

  9. The Erasmus+ experience will be something I don’t think will ever happen to me again. I was lucky to fulfill a dream of mine, to go to Spain and see with my own eyes what it’s like to live there, what it’s like to see so many combinations of cultures in one city and how to appreciate nature on which we have.Surely this experience developed me, it showed me only a small part of what I can see in this world and it made me understand that I still have a lot to see and learn.

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