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Thousands of Greeks gathered at Athens Polytechnic University on Monday to remember the scores of students who died during an uprising against the
Shouting, ‘government murderers, we want them back alive!’ protesters in Mexico City demanded action in relation to the disappearance on 26th
Bulgaria’s ruling Socialists vowed on Wednesday to stay in power to pursue reforms despite continued street protests and accused their centre-right
Bulgarian students found the gates of Sofia University padlocked and chained shut on Monday morning after thousands marched in downtown Sofia on
Public anger over the failure of Bulgaria’s political class to tackle rampant graft further eroded support for the two main political parties in
“Wake up!” chanted some 2,000 protesters rallying in front of Sofia University after students, who have been occupying part of the university since
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In recent days, Bulgaria’s capital Sofia has witnessed a series of student protests and the occupation
“I am leaving Croatia because I want to work on a project that can’t be researched here. My project concerns anti-matter and its properties and
Italian Erasmus Students are angry: they won’t be able to vote in the general elections on February 24-25 because of what is seen as a flaw in
Venezuelan students protest in front of the Organization of American States’s headquarters in Cararcas against the arbitrary detention of two
In the United States, university students graduate with an average of 25,000 dollars of debt.
Today, half of those graduates are either unemployed
Are you 14 or more and would you like to spend some time in a school abroad?
The Comenius Individual Pupil Mobility project, a European exchange
Sixteen-year old Elea is off to school. But this isn’t any old school day for this young French pupil.
She has decided to move to Finland for a
In this edition of U-talk Maroš from Bratislava posed the following question:
“I study law in Bratislava. I have heard that the EU offers grants
In search of new horizons and brighter career prospects, Robin and Aafke took the plunge to work abroad. The budding radiographers set sail from the
Architect Onur Karahan is one of our protagonists. He has always had a passion for archaeology, ever since he was a child, but he thought it would be
Being gifted has long been equated to being intelligent and having a high IQ. However, many scholars believe that students can also be gifted in the
In this edition of U-talk, Csilla from Hungary asked:
“This summer my niece will graduate from secondary school and she’s hoping to go to
Nacisse, from Cameroon, studying at the Free University of Brussels, asks: Why doesn’t the European Community finance students from Africa?