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Erasmus Stories from France, Denmark and Finland

Anyone who goes on an Erasmus exchange program is guaranteed to have the time of their life. We found three students who like to share their experiences abroad.

 

Lara Van Audenhove – France (Grenoble)

"From having a drink in the park to an Erasmus party that lasted until the early hours. Unfortunately, all beautiful things come to an end. As the end of our foreign adventure approaches, we realize that saying goodbye won't be easy..."

Evi Vandenbussche – Denmark (Haderslev)

"In addition, we were told that we had a personal cleaning lady. You certainly won't hear us complain about life as an Erasmus student."

Eline Vande Voorde – Finland (Pori)

"Although it was still summer there, it was getting colder. Before we knew it, we were cycling through the snow to school in temperatures of 15 degrees below zero. There were even days when we had only three hours of daylight. When we went to party and slept a little longer, we didn't see a single speck of sunlight. You can imagine how lousy we felt then. But it is an incredible experience. We also rode a husky sled and a snowmobile. We stayed in a cottage that had a large sauna, on a small lake. The cold weather was not always negative. The sauna we had in our house became a daily ritual. Rolling in the snow afterwards was also part of it. Bliss!"

Here's an overview of just a few ISIC benefits you can score in France, Denmark and Finland:

 

2 euros discount for ice-skating at Patinoire Polesud à Grenoble

6 euros for students instead of 8 euros.

Get 30% off your coffee at Lagkagehuset

Who doesn't want student discount on great coffee and tea? You wont have to spend too much money on expensive on coffee to go anymore! And then you can always buy a delicious piece of cake, while you are there ;) *Show your valid ISIC student card at the cashier to claim the discount

Q8 Denmark: Discount on petrol and diesel + 15% discount on carwash

Get a good start with your ISIC card at Q8! Get student discount on petrol, diesel and carwash at Q8.

Didrichsen Art Museum: Student discount on the museum entrance fee

Museum in Espoo, founded in 1965 which during the last few years has repeatedly been one of the most popular museums in Finland.

Kafe Koma: Free entry and discount on drinks

Redeem the offer by showing your student card at the door and at the bar. Please note the age limit on Fridays is 20yrs and on Saturdays 22yrs. Offers are not valid on special nights.