Districts in Warsaw
Posted by Szymon Chmiel | 29 11 2016

Districts in Warsaw   Warsaw is divided into 18 districts, each one with its own administrative body, covering nearly 517 square kilometres. It might be a headache to get from one side of the city to another. In this post we describe the most important and popular districts in Warsaw to help you in choosing the best flat...

Posted by PaulinaSpadlo | 26 09 2016

Most of you don’t expect any spectacular places in Poland, however, it has many to offer. You can find something amazing in every part of the country, so we encourage you to travel through Poland to see the diversity of nature and culture. Discover Poland and find the place that suits you the best. 5....

Posted by Aksen Semak | 24 08 2017

Education is a priority for a country’s political, economic, social and cultural development. Every country has an obligation to provide access to education for everyone. As for Georgia, a developing country, it follows current modern changes in every realm with education at the forefront.  2005 was the turning point in the education system of Georgia,...

Posted by Aksen Semak | 24 08 2017

In this blog, you will find out how it is like studying in the capital city of Taiwan – Taipei. First of all, if you love food, you are really going to have a tough time deciding what to eat everyday. Almost all universities have their own “food street” like the ones in shopping malls....

Posted by Viktoriia Rabcheniuk | 26 06 2017

Have you ever wondered what you can buy for 1 dollar in different spots of the world?   Croatia For 1 dollar in Croatia you can get a pretty nice scoop of ice cream! South India In Soutch India you can get unlimited servings of rice with rasam, sambhar, curd, and papad (source) Vienna One...

Posted by Aksen Semak | 24 08 2017

Spain. That beautiful country famous for being full of history, for it’s people and of course the gastronomy… but what about Universities? I can only give you a personal perspective about what is like being a student in Spain but I hope it helps. I study at the University of Malaga (in southern Spain) and...

Posted by Aksen Semak | 07 07 2017

Surely you have heard about fidget spinners. They are EVERYWHERE right now. If you are a 10-year old kid and you don’t have a fidget spinner, then something is wrong. Even though everyone knows what a fidget spinner looks like, very few are aware of some secrets hiding behind this incredibly viral toy. Catherine Hettinger,...

Posted by Aksen Semak | 11 07 2017

Are you coming to Warsaw for Erasmus Student Exchange at University of Social Sciences and Humanities? Great! This post is dedicated to you! Below you will find all the information you need to know about University of Social Sciences and Humanities. SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities was established in 1996. It is the first private university in Poland.The University...

Posted by Viktoriia Rabcheniuk | 29 06 2017

“Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer”. Travelling abroad can be a piece of cake and full of joy, if you are really organized and have the things that make your trips easier and more pleasant. That is why in order to help you to organize your next trip while you are...