Are you curious what Erasmus+ studies look like during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Karina Lysachuk – a first-year Master student from the Warsaw Management University in Poland is currently studying at Burgas Free University under the Erasmus+ programme. The situation related to the COVID-19 pandemic surprised her when she just arrived for the summer semester of her studies under the Erasmus+ programme in March:
“I’m Karina Lysachuk, 1-year Master student from the Warsaw Management University (WMU). I came to Burgas Free University for the summer semester 2020 under the Erasmus + program. Unfortunately, the situation with the pandemic caught me when I arrived at the university. And now classes are held online. However, I haven’t lost my enthusiasm for learning. I recently participated in the XXI International Student Research Conference organized by Burgas Free University on MS Teams platform. Despite the difficulties, it is worth everything and I am satisfied with the choice of the university, which is located in the city center and is quite spacious and compact. I would like to single out the employees of the university, they are friendly, smiling people who will help to get used to it quickly, as well as provide any kind of help. In my free time I study English, watch movies, draw, read books and in the evenings take a walk by the sea. For more information, visit the Warsaw Management University page in Facebook :