Athens, the capital of sunny Greece. Noisy and chaotic on the outside, full of ancient wonders and monuments on the inside. A combination of mythology and history, the birthplace of democracy. Spring and autumn are the best periods to visit, when the weather is not so hot. If you can stand the heat, it’s much easier to move around in summer, while most people rest on some island or at other summer resort for the holiday time.
As my time in Krakow is now unfortunately coming to an end, I have to admit that it was seriously a great unique experience! The only thing I can say is promoting the ERASMUS Program and encouraging other students to do the same! In the following part, I will tell you something about my university, back in good old Germany, in the very south western part of the country.
The University of Applied Sciences, founded in 1946, is a relatively small school with approximately 5500 students enrolled. It is split up between five campuses within the city called Saarbruecken with a neat, little old town and 175.000 inhabitants. In my opinion, the city is a good place to have a beer or go clubbing, the city is definitely the nicest when it’s dark out!