“The comic is about the warm welcome we had at the beginning of the Erasmus winter semester. Heiko presents himself and asks a student some questions. This student answers and it serves to break the ice in the classroom.” (William Harrison González)
“My comic is about the difficulties when you do not speak the language perfectly. It happened in a caffee when the waitress was not perfect in English, and neither were we in German. I said bill but she understood Bier, so I got a huge beer at 10 am on Saturday.” (Petra Nagy)
“Klára and I are pleased to be a part of this Erasmus program. We enjoy the people, the culture, new experiences and the different languages we hear every day. In this video we try to explain briefly what Erasmus is to us.” (Julie and Klára)
“Here is the story about my new acquaintance with a Turkish seller, who appeared to speak Russian. By the way, now, every time when I pass by his shop he says hello to me and asks me how is it going with my studying.” (Anastasiia Pylat)
“As the name hints, the comic is about my typical ordinary day of Erasmus. Waking up is never easy, for the school placement in particular. But my friends and I always somehow manage to survive. The second half of the comic shows how we often deal with free afternoons.” (Klára Frausová)
Europäische Kommission fördert Erasmus+ mit 3,2 Mrd. Euro in 2020. Für Anträge in der Bildung stehen 2,9 Mrd. Euro zur Verfügung. Vorschläge können jetzt bei der Nationalagentur Erasmus+ Bildung (OeAD-GmbH) eingereicht werden.