ERASMUS STUDENT NETWORK SLOVAKIA (ESN SLOVAKIA)
Erasmus Student Network Slovakia is a non-profit student organisation. ESN mission is to represent international students, thus provide opportunities for cultural understanding and self-development under the principle of Students Helping Students. ESN Slovakia is an advisory body of Slovak Academic Association for International Cooperation (National Agency).
ESN Slovakia aims at working in the interest of students who are spending parts of or their entire formal education at a higher education institution in Slovakia. ESN aims at creating conditions for the better understanding of each other’s cultures between students of different origins.
ESN Slovakia is here to help international students and to make their time in Slovakia the best experience of their life! In order to achieve this goal, ESN organise seminars and presentations, trips, cultural and social activities and much more throughout the academic year.
See more at: http://www.esn.sk/
National Board of ESN Slovakia is the binding force between sections, but it also acts as a link between the local and international level of ESN.
President: Miss Hanka Čerešníková - firstname.lastname@example.org
DESCRIPTION OF ESN STUBA BRATISLAVA SECTION (ESN STUBA)
(section ESN at Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava):
ESN STUBA is fifth section in Bratislava. Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava have about 80 incomming students and abut 200 outgoing students. This number is rising every year. For incomming students we provide Buddy system, social, cultural and sport activities and also informational meetings (in the cooperation with university Department of International Relations). For outgoing students we provide informational meetings to inform them about possibilities to study abroad. Every faculty have it´s own representative to provide best services for incomming students, because every faculty have different location and different standards.
See more at: http://www.esn.sk/esn-stuba-bratislava
ESN STUBA SECTION BOARD: