It’s time to say goodbye... Aside from our legendary Farewell party, Erasmus students had a chance to pay a visit at the University of the Third Age, and the local ones – to find out more about why they should definitely go on their own exchange!

Tuesday, January 16th. Do you remember the seniors from the University of the Third Age with their thirst for knowledge? We decided to start this year (full of #SocialLove) with them. This time we received an invitation to join the Italian-language group. Erica and Martina were delegated to the meeting. They told the students about their hometown and listened to some short speeches delivered by the hosts who talked about Poznań, cuisine and athletes. The other part of the class involved discussions and some refreshments prepared by the senior students. The Italians went home with bags filled with biscuits and we are already pleased to invite everyone to the next language adventure with the seniors – next time we’ll be joining a French class! Who’s in?

Wednesday, January 17th. On Wednesday the 9stóp club became the host of our Farewell party. The event was a wonderful opportunity for the international students who will be leaving Poznań soon to have fun at the last ESN party this semester. The music was loud and the atmosphere fantastic, but the highlight of the evening was undoubtedly the Erasmus Awards ceremony. ESN UAM Poznań would like to congratulate the winners once again; we also hope that all of the Erasmus students have had a good time when in Poznań, and that the friendships you have established here will last for many years!

Thursday, January 18th. Thursday evening marked the beginning of a series of meetings by the name of “Erasmus bez tajemnic” (Erasmus without secrets), where Polish students  have a chance to meet former exchange students and find answers for their urgent questions in a friendly atmosphere. The event took place at the WNS UAM department and discussed some of the most popular countries: Italy, France and Germany. Do stereotypes about these places and the exchange itself actually hold true? This we were to find out during the meeting. The group listened to stories about stay-abroad experiences, after which a stream of questions concerning everyday hardships, university and entertainment came up. The meeting passed in a great company and somewhat playful atmosphere (games included), while the guests have, as we believe, found answers to all of their questions.

January 27th – Concert Pubblicato in Venezia by Musica Graciana

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