KSU is working on a new Portal through which students can share their ERASMUS experience. The website would prove useful for students who did not decide where to go for their ERASMUS, as it will give them extra information derived from practical experience.
The student council aims to extend this portal’s exposure across borders too. This is why anyone wishing to share their thoughts is more welcome to do so by answering the questions below and sending them via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
– Country & City of ERASMUS Visit
– Name of University
– Rate your University (1-10)
– Accommodation Used (provide links if possible)
– Average price per month
– Rate your Accommodation (1-10)
– Places to visit on weekends
– Favourite eatery
– Time of year visited
– Weather at that time of year
– Rate your ERASMUS (1-10)
– Additional Comments
KSU believes that a student council should not only represent and safeguard student rights, but also be a proactive platform for the students themselves, to encourage them to take initiative and explore that which is being offered to them, to seek opportunities, work on their skills and develop their true talents. This is exactly what KSU is all about.