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Erasmus diary: Why I’d rather live in a kebab shop

  By Seamus Toomey   I’ve learned quite a few things in this one week of my erasmus semester. In this narrow space of time I’ve learned I’m unprepared, unorganised, incapable and damn well resilient. My first night I arrived and decided to get lost about the city. You see, around the time of boarding the plane, when boredom set …


Erasmus Diary

  By Sally Gorman   So the last two weeks have been busy busy busy. I have been job hunting and guess what? I got a job! Yes, I start in Goldsmiths Boutique Jewellers in the Arndale shopping centre this week and I am super excited.   Surprisingly, it wasn’t as difficult as I imagined actually. I managed to land …

5 amazing and strange things about Limerick

  By Bárbara Campos   1. Strong accent, creative slangs, but very friendly people If you don’t understand the strong accent of the people of Limerick or the special and creative Limerick slangs, don’t worry about it. Here you will find a very friendly people, so don’t be afraid or embarrassed if in the beginning you don’t understand what they …

Erasmus Diary

By Sally Gorman   So a lot has happened since you’ve heard from me last. It’s all go over here and I am just heading into Week 4 of “uni” as they like to call it.   It’s so hard to believe I’m here over a month already. Time flies when you’re having fun I guess?   At this stage …

Erasmus Diary

  By Sally Gorman   By the time you guys are reading this I will be living it up in Manchester. Yes my Erasmus has come around, very quickly may I add and I am now officially a student of The University of Salford.   The last couple of months have been hectic. I’ve been booking flights, finding the right …