During your studies you feel that time slips through your hands. There are so many things to do and so many opportunities, both academic and social that by no-time you realise your studies are coming to an end. The same stands for Erasmus exchanges. Before you know it, the […]
Lived in six different countries across Europe, with an academic background in International Relations, Development Work and Education Policy.
Working in the field of Education, International Development, and Human Rights with professional experience in International Organizations, INGOs, and Research Institutes.
My interests include writing and academic research in issues such as EU affairs, Education, Public Policy, Migration, Conflict and Peace-building, and Western Balkans.
I consider the European integration of Western Balkans as a whole, as the only viable sociopolitical and economic alternative for the region.
An avid language lover speaking Albanian, English, Greek, and Spanish.
As the Spring semester has just started in most European universities, this second part of our Erasmus exchange guide will focus on how to help new exchange students make the most of their experience. This series of articles is brought to you by Europa United contributor, Klaudjo Kavaja. […]
Europa United Contributor Klaudjo Kavaja gives us an insight into the Erasmus programme, remembers recent passing of its founding heroes, and explains the advantages of taking part in the academic exchange. This past December, 30 years after the establishment of Erasmus programme, the man behind possibly the greatest EU education initiative, […]
Europa United is delighted to welcome Klaudjo Kavaja to our team of contributors. Klaudjo is an avid language lover speaking Albanian, English, Greek, and Spanish. In his first article, Klaudjo examines the recent first round of elections in Macedonia and comments on a possible change of leadership in the state and an end […]