“On 19.09.2020, I arrived in Granada. For me, this is the first time I`ve traveled alone, and I was wondering if it was appropriate in the current situation of the pandemic… In Spain, the figures are even more dramatic than in Germany. Nevertheless, I chose to do so and left with a mask in my luggage and in front of my mouth and nose (in Spain, the mouth guard must also be worn in the street). When I arrived here, I was captivated by the city: the labyrinthine streets of my neighborhood lead you past the most beautiful tiles and wooden ornaments, the Alhambra is to be admired by the countless views and squares and makes you forget the steep stairs. Delicious tapas are available here in Granada for each free Cerveza and you can spend time touring, hiking and flamenco dancers. There would be no Corona. Unfortunately, here in Granada, the numbers have increased rapidly, so that my partial online course/partly presenting takes place only virtually for at least ten days. I very much regret not being able to spend more time at university and you can feel the tense situation here as well in everyday life.
Therefore, as a young person, you have to behave responsibly and exercise as much consideration as possible. Still, it`s an incredibly beautiful city and an experience I don`t want to miss! Amour Gree aus Granada nach Konstanz” #erasmus #studyabroad #wegeinsausland Please contact your insurance agency ahead of time for further information. Statutory health insurance companies have corresponding agreements within the EU (e.g. EHIC – European Health Insurance Card). If you would like to extend your Erasmus stay, you will need to email a request to email@example.com as soon as possible. Your one-semester stay can be extended by an additional semester as long as your Learning Agreement is amended accordingly and your host university as well as your departmental coordinator in Constance support the extension. As long as funds are available, you can also extend your funding period. Therefore you have to hand in a fully filled and signed application for extension along with a Learning Agreement listing the course plan for the prolonged semester until the 1st of December.
Extending your stay is, however, limited to your twelve-month Erasmus study cycle contingent (study and internship). You may not extend your stay from the summer semester of an academic year into the winter semester of the following academic year. If you would like to take part in a stay abroad in the subsequent winter semester, you will need to re-apply to the Erasmus program by 1 February. Your stay will then be counted as a completely new one. #wirbleibeninternational – Grey fog in Constance, in Siena the sun shines. Thank you Alejandro for these beautiful photos and impressions of your current place of study.