Owing to the Erasmus-program I was able to spend a semester in the capital of Burgenland, in Eisenstadt. I was learning on the Pädagogische Hochschule. My course was Bachelorstudium Lehramt für Volksschulen.

My accommodation  was in the ÖJAB-Haus, which is located next to the building of the school. There lived a lot of people from all parts of Europe, so I lived in an international environment and I could get to know them and made a lot of friendship.   go to site It was a surprise for me that the timetable changed from week to week, but I got used to it easily. Although honestly almost all studies and learning about how to interact with children were standing far from my home educations, I really enjoyed all of the lessons, which I had.  For instance I really liked the sport lessons that were sometimes very funny because of the practical lessons, when we had to ice skating (but to make a long story short, I am not the best skater). I loved also the instrumental education, where we could learn to play guitar in a small group. Here we learned children's song.  I had a German lesson on the school that was a German grammar education and I could study general German languages on another course twice a week in the Konservatorium. Personally I believe no doubt these lessons improved my German skills.  follow There was good cooperation between the teachers and the students. All of my teachers and classmates were very helpful and friendly.  I enjoyed working as a member of a team in an international environment, and living new experiences. I think this program is a great opportunity to meet new people and learn about their cultures and habits. 

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