1.Your personal data (students: name, surname/field of study/ home university)

 

Salome Kartsivadze/Law/Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani Teaching University

 

2.Which activity did you participate in (student mobility for studies, staff mobility for teaching, staff mobility for training)?

 

Student mobility for studies.

 

3.Why did you decide to apply in the Erasmus+ programme?

 

I always wanted to study abroad to get new experience for future career, to improve my communication skills in English language, to share different culture and make friends all around the world.

 

4.Your personal experience/what did you like about your mobility/what did you gain thanks to it?

 

One semester in Poland as Erasmus student was very beneficial for me.  I was part of a new society and discovered new people, I learnt more about their culture and their own way of living. I became more open, independent. I had professors from USA, Poland, I shared there experiences, I got more information about law. Also, I developed my English skills. I travelled in Prague, Budapest. Erasmus life in Lublin is unforgettable for me!

  1. Why would you recommend it to others?

Don’t lose chance to participate in Erasmus  project, new life is waiting for you. Before going in other country contact other Erasmus students and ask every detail. You can use Erasmus web-site on facebook.

 

 

 

1.Your personal data (students: name, surname/field of study/ home university)

 

Ramazi Razmadze, Law, Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani Teaching University

 

2.Which activity did you participate in (student mobility for studies, staff mobility for teaching, staff mobility for training)?

 

I participated in student mobility for studies activity.

 

3.Why did you decide to apply in the Erasmus+ programme?

 

First of all, I would like to mention that, i decided to apply in the Erasmus+ programme, because wanted to meet foreign students, share my study experience as well as wanted to meet academic staff in oder to get new study experience. To be honest, I was always excited during the lectures, because I had the opportunity to hear something new from my subjects and also had the opportunity to had discussions with professor and ask to him a lot of questions.

 

4.Your personal experience/what did you like about your mobility/what did you gain thanks to it?

 

My personal experience can be distinguished following: I met different people, not only from Poland and it was great opportunity for me to make cultural, social and educational integration with them. It worth to mention, that I was volunteer one of exchange project, where I tried to assist with exchange students and university staff from Delta State University, Cleveland, Misissipi! I almost spent two weeks with them and it was one of the best experience for me with diverse culture.

I would also like to mention, that durig our mobility, we study independent life and i do believe it is crucial for everyone. At this time, you have to manage your own budget, also deal with a lot of difficulties and it gives you more experience for next time.

  1. Why would you recommend it to others?

I would recommend it to others, because as I already mentioned, every student must study living independently. Also integration with another culture is one of the best choice to develop yourself. For example, the European Union is based on so-called European Freedoms, which means free movement of persons, as well. There will be raised a question, why? Because free movement of presons can make more benefits. Finally, i would like to emphasize, that KUL is one of the choice for me and it will remain in my memory, as one of the exciting university. I strongly recommend every prospective student to do their best and join the Erasmus programme at John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin.

 

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1.Your personal data (students: name, surname/field of study/ home university)

 

Kaosisochukwu Onochie. Psychology. University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston USA.

 

2.Which activity did you participate in (student mobility for studies, staff mobility for teaching, staff mobility for training)?

 

Student mobility for studies.

 

3.Why did you decide to apply in the Erasmus+ programme?

 

I decided to apply in the Erasmus+ programme because it was the first time it was being offered in my university; and the scholarship was a plus. Also, the host university interested me a lot and this encouraged me greatly in applying in the programme.

 

4.Your personal experience/what did you like about your mobility/what did you gain thanks to it?

 

The Erasmus+ programme is an amazing outlet to study in a new environment, meet new friends and expand networking. It was a great experience for me, from learning Polish, to the different style of teaching and to a completely new cuisine. I loved the integration trips we had as a KUL Erasmus+ group, the many festivals and events in Lublin as well as the opportunity to visit other wonderful cities in Poland.

  1. Why would you recommend it to others?

I would recommend the Erasmus+ programme to others because it will definitely increase your global knowledge as well as set you apart from the rest. The Erasmus+ programme is an opportunity of a lifetime, one that will teach you adaptability, learning agility as well as a new language, or improvement in a previously known language!

 

 

 

1.Your personal data (students: name, surname/field of study/ home university)

 

Olha Tkachuk, psyhology, National University of Ostroh Academy

 

2.Which activity did you participate in (student mobility for studies, staff mobility for teaching, staff mobility for training)?

 

Student mobility for studies

 

3.Why did you decide to apply in the Erasmus+ programme?

 

I have decided to participate in the programme in order to get experience of studying abroad, living abroad and also to raise up the level of my Polish.

 

4.Your personal experience/what did you like about your mobility/what did you gain thanks to it?

 

Due to this programme I gain the experience of studying abroad, developed my personal qualities such as adaptability, well organization, decision management and others. I also received tons of positive emotions after meeting new people and trips to new places.

  1. Why would you recommend it to others?

This programme allows personal development, it allows forming new skills, it gives the overview on life of students abroad and it also helps to clearly understand your own professional opportunities in other country.