Erasmus Days

If you participated in Erasmus+ projects, what did you learn from your Erasmus+ experience?

If you were to be part of Erasmus+ projects, what would you like to learn?

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  1. I had the amazing opportunity to travel to Croatia where I learned how to better communicate and collaborate with people through working with multinational teams. We discussed consumerism, which brought awareness in my life about how I should be spending my money and not fall into the easy trap of capitalism.

    1. I think that I would have a lot to learn from the Erasmus+ experience
      I would have the opportunity to meet new people, to visit new places.
      I think it’s an unforgettable experience, and it will be useful to me in the future

  2. I think that the most important lesson that I’ve learned from the Erasmus+ mobility was that ,as humans ,we all have something in common , regardless of culture, age or gender.

  3. In the Erasmus project, I learned so many things that changed my life completely and made me realize how grateful I am to live such an experience. I was always a curious person, especially about topics that relate to nature and helping the environment. Gladly this project is making more students like me know more about these topics that are nowadays more and more important to be known.
    Despite all of this new information, I learned how to cooperate and what “working like a team” actually feels like. Because Erasmus is not just a project, is a family that you create and you know you can always count on. Any time we have to do something, we all work together so it can be the best that we can do. Those things are really important to be known so we, as a society, can cooperate and have a functional life.
    In conclusion, I could say that the Erasmus project is one of the best things that can happen to a teenager that wants to be involved in a team, be responsible with his actions and who is ready to make the world a better place.

  4. I had the amazing opportunity to travel to Croatia and learn about the culture, education and life style. it brought peace and more curiosity towards me. I got to discover myself and my interests and opened my eyes regarding team work, cooperation; and how to save our planet in baby steps. we took part into figuring out consumerism and understanding that saving money is important for a healthier planet.

  5. The Erasmus+ project opened my eyes about how charming nature is and I should take care of it just like is taking care of me, giving me air and all of those pretty views.

  6. Through the Erasmus+ project I learned a lot of new things about the culture and traditions in different countries. I took part in a challanging and unique experience that I could never forget, because it made me realize that we all share things in common- no matter the language we speak or the country we live in.

  7. I learned that even tho people don’t grow in the same environments or countries they can still get along really fast and that foreign cultures can be way more than someone can imagine .

    1. If I were part of the Erasmus project, I would like to learn how to integrate myself in an European country, to get to know the people who live there, their culture, their religious beliefs, local sports and customs.
      Also, I want to know how to communicate easier with people who don’t speak Romanian

  8. Taking part in the Erasmus+ project has taught me about the unlikely feeling of finding familiarity in a strange place and how, despite our differences, we all share roots that ground us to the same Earth.

  9. Even if 3 years and a half passed, I still look back with joy at my Erasmus mobility.
    I miss the room which was my home for a week. The room where I learned a lot of facts about Italian and German cultures from my roommates. The city that hosted us, Taranto, was clean and picturesque.
    The workshops were varied. My favorite activity was a trip to a farm where we saw how cheese it’s made and even had the opportunity to make our own cheese.
    Another thing worth to mention is that I learned how is feeling to be part of a multinational soccer team and how to scale from a team with people that never played together before to a team with great chemistry. Our team (the team that won the soccer contest :D) was formed of players from Germany, Poland, Italy and Romania.
    The whole experience was, indeed, a nice one. I had so much fun and I learned a lot of things.

    1. If I were part of Erasmus + projects, I would like to meet new people, make new friends from other European countries. I would also like to promote my high school and my country

  10. If I were part of the Erasmus project, I would like to learn to be more responsible and organized. Maybe even learn to work in a team. I want to learn to be more sociable and more involved and creative.

  11. If I were part of Erasmus+, I would like to learn another language, the tradition of the countries we are partners with or the country I visit, to develop skills that would help me in the future and to communicate better with people.

  12. If i were to be part of Erasmus+ projects, i would like to learn another language and to develop competences that would help me in life and my future career. I would also like to learn how can i be independent.

  13. if I were part of the Erasmus project, I would like to learn to integrate faster in a team and learn to make friends and be more sociable. I want to learn to be more responsible and fulfil all the requirements for the project.

  14. If I were part of the „Erasmus” project, I would really like develop competences, such as programming, socialize with new people, to make the project as popular as possible. I would like to be part of an Erasmus team.

  15. If I were part of the Erasmus+ project team, I would like to learn how to communicate and get along better with other people. I would like to learn about other cultures from Europe, learn another language or practice English better.

  16. I believe that being part of an Erasmus team would be an unforgettable experience. If I had that chance I would like to learn about intercultural understanding, communication skills, how to initiate a project, different traditions and how to work in a real team.

  17. If I were part of Erasmus + projects, I would like to travel and see beaitiful places, to develop competences which would help me to communicate better, to do something pozitive for the society and for the environment.

  18. If I were part of Erasmus+, I would like to go to England as a student to learn as much as possible about the economy of the country, to get to know the people and
    to experience the way of learning there.

  19. Taking part in an Erasmus + project would give me the opportunity to change the way I think, to develop myself personally, to discover other countries, traditions and new people from whom I can learn new things.It will help me to improve my English both speaking and writing.And maybe I will learn other languages.

  20. If I were part of an Erasmus+ team, I would have the opportunity to improve my team-work skills, to meet new people, to get in touch with innovative ideas and to see how different school subjects are approached in other European countries.

  21. If I had the opportunity to take part in an Erasmus+ project, I would like to get information on other European cultures, on how other nationalities live and also to get in contact with European people and make friends.

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