Or maybe just chilling by listening to my favorite music on spotify and watching my favorite series on netflix before bed two essential apps on my device! Since there is a 5-hour time difference from the Netherlands and Indonesia, I also sometimes spend my morning time to talk to my family and friends there.
A dedicated website hosting information about the participating EU HEIs which will be promoted amongst the Indian students. I would like to share how I spend my most days as a student studying in WUR in period 5 and 6, second year.
It is very convenient because I do not have to rush and enjoy my morning tea and have some time to really get out of bed.
In WUR, we have several canteens in several buildings, but unfortunately not in Helix. Hence, I might have a different kind of daily activities compared to those who still have classes. A dedicated digital marketing campaign will be run from August — October to attract the attention of Indian students on social media channels to which participating HEIs and EUMS will be invited to cross-link and collaborate.
Thus, I always bring my own meal and hang out at the lunch corner. With about 50, Indian students in the EU right now, Europe is the 2nd preferred destination of Indian Students wishing to study abroad.
A series of webinars will be arranged during the Virtual Fair to enable the HEIs to directly reach out to prospective students in India on higher education opportunities in the EU.
ISOW has many kind of courses, such as language and dancing course. It is expected that EU HEIs will have access to large number of Indian students and academic community through this direct channel as well. However, since now I am in the board, I mostly come here to babysit the building building with the clock, up to the mountain.
Besides doing my own research, I also have to attend some weekly meetings, thesis rings, colloquiums, and other stuff.