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Erasmus, young's most loved travel - West - Welfare Society Territory

Erasmus, young's most loved travel - West - Welfare Society Territory | Erasmus Łódź | Scoop.it
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Erasmus, young's most loved travel
West - Welfare Society Territory
How satisfied are young people who decided to live, study and work abroad are?
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#Erasmus set for €16 billion expansion scheme #Eufunding

#Erasmus set for €16 billion expansion scheme #Eufunding | Erasmus Łódź | Scoop.it
The Erasmus exchange scheme is to be massively expanded under new EU plans.

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nicoleta susanu's curator insight, July 1, 2013 11:16 AM

#Erasmus+ will link the #YouthinAction, #LifelongLearning, #ErasmusMundus, #Tempus, Alfa, Edulink programmes.

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Łódź you study in Łódź?

Erasmus students from the University of Lodz faced with complicated Polish words and sentences. It was fun. We invite you to watch our video!
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How Poland Became Europe's Most Dynamic Economy

How Poland Became Europe's Most Dynamic Economy | Erasmus Łódź | Scoop.it

The oldest coffee shop in Warsaw has been in operation nearly without interruption since the end of the 18th century. In the upstairs room, a young Frédéric Chopin played one of his last concerts before emigrating to Paris. During the Nazi occupation from 1939 to 1945, the cafe was strictly for Germans. When the city rose up at the end of the war, the building, like much of the old city around it, was completely destroyed—then reconstructed from photographs in the years following. The cafe was state-owned under communism and privatized in 1989 after the fall of the Iron Curtain, sold to a journalist and a jazz musician. “And now,” says Polish businessman Adam Ringer, sitting in the cafe in early October, “it’s been bought by an international company.”

 


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George Mata, Nathan Varberg's curator insight, April 16, 2014 11:45 PM

Explains how Poland's economy has become so strong