For the first time ever, we are organising a physical CLR (Council of Local Representatives)! Along with this event, we will also organise a physical NP in a form of a two-day event taking place in Hervanta, Tampere on 3th to 4th of May 2019.
The CLR-part is more focused on the evening of 3th of May, while the physical NP takes place during the morning to afternoon of 4th of May. For more information and registrations, please check the ERS at https://events.esnfinland.eu/event/clrnp-hrv-2019. The registration deadline is Friday 26th of April at 23:59.
Attachment Files: clrnp_hrv_2019_agenda.pdf clrnp_hrv_2019_tyojarjestys.pdf
We’re excited to announce the launch of this year’s edition of the ESNsurvey under the topic of Active Citizenship. Through our research, we aim to determine social, civil and democratic attitudes of Erasmus+ and other exchange programme students and understand the impact of the abroad experience in the engagement of international students with society.
In the 2014 European Elections, only 28% of people aged 18-24 voted. Despite the overall disappointing turnout of young voters, the Erasmus Voting Assesment has proven that mobile youth was 3 times more likely to vote. To further understand the situation and find out which conditions and interventions at universities contribute to active citizenship of young Europeans, we would like to assess their approach and views towards voting behaviour, with the focus on the upcoming European elections.
The questionnaire is divided into six parts and deals with the subjects of, among others, civic participation, information provision, European citizenship, and volunteering.
We are going to examine:
- how studying abroad affects students view on political aspects;
- what influence does it have on their political engagement and voting behaviour;
- voting approach before the European elections and real participation;
- the impact that the Erasmus programme has on 'European identity'.
Comparative analysis will be done among ESNsurvey 2019, the Erasmus Voting Assessment and Eurobarometer. For the results of previous surveys, visit ESN.org/ESNsurvey
What is ESNsurvey?
ESNsurvey is the largest European-wide research project conducted solely by volunteers. The Erasmus Student Network uses the results to advocate for the improvement of exchange programmes and education in Europe. As every year, we hope that thousands of students all around Europe will fill in the survey and tell us their experiences and perceptions related to studying abroad and active citizenship.
If you would like to support our cause and encourage young people to participate in the European Elections, register on http://ttimv.eu/esn take part in our Facebook event & find more information on esn.org/vote.
Spring is on its way and so is the NP!
The National Platform, taking place twice a year, is ESN Finland's highest decision-making body and a meeting consisting of one or two representatives from each ESN section of Finland.
The National Platform of ESN Finland is held this time in no other than Finland's beloved capital, Helsinki! ESNers of Finland will gather on 15-17 March 2019 to have plenaries, workshops, meet old friends and make new ones.
The weekend will start with an city tour (optional) at 3pm on friday. We will officially welcome the participants at 5pm.
In the program we have workshops and plenaries by day and for example sauna party and anniversary sitsit by night - so be prepared!
ESN Uni Helsinki is the oldest ESN section in Finland. Since its formation in 1993, ESN Uni Helsinki has aimed to help the integration of international students studying in University of Helsinki. We are particularly proud to be able to organise this NP in the beautiful capital city in celebration of the 25th anniversary of our operation. We are looking forward to having one HEL of a time!
The agenda is attached.More information: Events Registration SystemAttachment Files: np_helsinki_agenda.pdf np_helsinki_tyojarjestys.pdf
Erasmus Student Network (ESN) partners up with Tomorrowland, one of the biggest music festivals in the world, to offer special ticket sales with pre-sale prices and unique moments to unite at the festival to the international students.
Brought together by shared values of unity in diversity, respect and solidarity, ESN and Tomorrowland have an exciting year ahead. In 2019, ESN celebrates its 30th Anniversary while the Tomorrowland festival turns 15. Now they join forces to offer a special sales moment of tickets which in the previous years have been sold out within minutes. It’s time for the Erasmus Generation to join the People of Tomorrow!
This special offer is available to all ESNcard holders and will allow them to buy up to two tickets for the pre-sale price before the start of official sales.
To get the tickets, international students should
Get an ESNcard at one of the 520+ sections all over Europe*
Register the ESNcard on ESNcard.org
Create a Tomorrowland Erasmus Account from 14.01, 17:00 CET until 24
.01, 17:00 CET**
Buy the ticket from 25.01, 17:00 CET until 30.01, 17:00 CET or while the stock lasts - hurry up!***
Bring the ESNcard to Tomorrowland!
The available tickets are:
Full Madness Pass €249
Magnificent Greens Package €321
Magnificent Greens 1P Tent Package €422
Magnificent Greens 2P Tent Package €795
Additionally, special Treasure Case is available for €11,50 (Shipped to Belgium), €18,50 (Shipped to Europe) & €27 (Shipped Worldwide).
*ESNcard is available to current international students or trainees & ESN volunteers. See esncard.org/faqto make sure you’re eligible for one.
**(Make sure that the information on your Tomorrowland Account and ESNcard.org matches exactly. Otherwise we won't be able to validate them!)
***You will find your ticket link in at the special Erasmus page in your Tomorrowland Account. First in, first served applies. Be aware tickets are limited.
Tomorrowland is an electronic dance music festival held in Boom, Belgium since 2005. The attendance of the festival reaches up to 400,000 people, which makes it one of the biggest music events worldwide. Endorsed by United Nations Secretary Ban Ki-moon and composer HansZimmer, the festival promotes the value of unity in diversity and respect. It stretches over 2 weekends and usually sells out in minutes, bringing the world’s best-known DJs together to create one incredible show. In 2019, Tomorrowland will take place between 19 and 28 of July.
Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is the biggest student association in Europe. Present at over 1000 Higher Education Institutions, it unites over 500 local associations in 39 countries. More than 13,000 volunteers take care of international colleagues under the motto “Students helping students”. ESN works for the creation of a more mobile and flexible education environment by supporting and developing the student exchange from different levels, and providing an intercultural experience.
For more information, please visit tomorrowland.esn.org