First to say, it was not my first time in Egypt; however, it was my first visit to Alexandria. By the time we arrived (me and Szabi) we were welcomed with a clear sky and a warm weather which was a nice change after a very long winter in Finland. We started our day, though exhausted from lack of sleep and travel lag, the energy of people from PUA was contagious and very welcoming.
I was surprised by the size of the facility, and how well equipped it was when taking into consideration the large number of students in there. Staff members and teachers were very helpful throughout the visit, so nice and friendly and made us feel home. They arranged everything for our lectures from timetables to location and made sure that it would proceed as planned. You could feel the strong bond between them and the closeness which could explain how they are able run and maintain such the faculty successfully.
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Lesson from ERASMUS “on the move” to
Pharos University, Alexandria, Egypt
Although ever since the turn of the millennium, the mobility of students and researchers from all over the world to Scandinavia, more-closer to UEF has increased, however mobility for students/ professionals to different medical Universities to Egypt from UEF is stagnated. Having the support of Erasmus+ mobility program between Pharos University in Alexandria (PUA) and University of Eastern Finland, I took off my winter boots and pulled on my moccasin when with dr. Aisha Banafa (early stage researcher at Institute of Dentistry), we were the first ever staff members from our University under the umbrella of ERASMUS Mobility prorgram, in Alexandria, Egypt.
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It is my fourth time living abroad, and I think I have found the recipe for getting the most out of the experience. This is my third time living in China, and this time, I am a researcher in Nanjing University, which is one of the top-level universities in China.
Continue reading “It is all about the balance”