There are two girls Anna Augila and Sheila Farinha from Lleida, Spain. They spent an exciting winter semester 2016/17 as Erasmus+ students at the University College of Teacher Education Styria in Graz. They learned a lot about the city and did some research: Why is Graz considered to be the bicycle friendliest city? Do you want…
The Erasmus+ incoming students from the University College of Teacher Education Styria had the possibility to spend an active welcome weekend from the 10th until the 12th of March in the mountains in Eisenerzer Ramsau, in Austria.
Im September 2014 machte ich mich auf den Weg nach Graz und hatte nicht nur unzählige Kleider, Skis und Schulmaterialien im Gepäck, sondern auch die Hoffnung, dass ich mir bewusst werde, was ich im Leben will.
From 9am-10am on the 24th of November 2016 two Erasmus+ Incoming students from Thailand, Suthipart Khemtongkum and Sirichai Pond from the SuanDusit University talked about their impressions of Graz and the University College of Teacher Education Styria.
On the 20th of October the incoming students of the University Collge of Teacher Education Styria went to Berghausen, which is in the southern part of styria to visit rescued bears.
The Erasmus+ incoming students from the University College of Teacher Education Styria had the possibility to spend a wonderful welcome weekend from the 7th til the 9th of October in the mountains in Eisenerzer Ramsau, in Austria.
Die Erasmus-Incomings von der Pädagogische Hochschule Steiermark waren im Rahmen ihres Kurses mit einer Professorin aus Slowenien am 20. Mai 2016 in Maribor.
In Europe of walls and cultural crisis, we need to rethink our common identity of European citizens. This means both looking back and looking ahead. The Erasmus+ programme certainly helps us in this demanding task.
The Erasmus incoming students of the University College of Teacher Education Styria from Greece, Hungary, Spain, Czech Republic,Gran Canaria and Germany were invited to a reception with the mayor of Graz on the 12th April 2016.
Come to an Erasmus because you can’t imagine how deeply it may influence your life and yourself. In Graz I learned different things and I also explored/developed different parts of my personality. Now I’m less worried about the future and more flexible and relaxed in professional and private relationships.