Local internationally minded folks and Innsbruckian ERASMUS students beware!
Maybe you are still wallowing in your memories, maybe you are making them right now. ERASMUS is an inspiring time in many students’ careers. You get to experience new ways of living and learning, and make friends from all over the world. You explore, travel, and – sure – party a lot. Above all, you get to do all that thanks to the European community action scheme for mobility of university students, ERASMUS, for short.
Inevitably, ERASMUS will or will have already broadened your horizon and made you realize: The key lies in openness, a global worldview, and unity in diversity!
On May 10th, our beloved program celebrates its 30th birthday and we at the Erasmus Student Network feel like it is time to say our thanks. If you agree that ERASMUS is amazing, lifechanging and worth preserving, join us on
May 10th at 6 p.m. at Spitalskirche/Maria-Theresien-Straße
for our 30 Years of ERASMUS FlagMob!
What to bring: -your home- or host countries' flags -your typical chants (looking at you, Italians!) and/or clothes -a whole lotta love!
Together we will wave our flags marching through the city center and at our final destination create a very Austrian video message for the program which enriched our lives in so many ways.
This event will take place simultaneously in various Austrian cities, so be sure to make Innsbruck stand out: Be hyped, be loud, be friendly ;)
Afterwards we invite you all to join us for drinks and chats at SixtyTwenty (Universitätsstraße 15a).
So, Innsbruckians and current exchange students: Together we will light a beacon of love for internationality, diversity and a colorful, engaging Europe. Happy birthday, ERASMUS!