Spending a few weeks in a new city, in a new country brings with it a wealth of experiences and challenges to face. But also a lot to discover!
You have to put into practice the language you have studied for years, or try a new one, you live with people with different backgrounds and cultures, you can visit iconic but also unknown places.
We must therefore arm ourselves with a lot of curiosity and an open mind, because Erasmus is not only a training experience from a professional point of view, but also a personal one.
It would be great to have a person who welcomes students to the new city, organising recreational activities and the various needs related to adapting to a new reality.
Organisational and logistical aspects are also very important, that is, aspects related to welfare such as food, accommodation, local transport, cultural activities.
Just as it is essential to have on-site assistance 24/7, for any need. This is to ensure the safety of students and the serenity of families and teachers.
Think of these young students, who are surrounded by a constantly changing world, while they are themselves changing so fast: they really need to be supported, guided and even reassured.