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What is ESN?
ESN stands for Erasmus Student Network. It is simply an organization that takes care of Erasmus students well-being during the scholarship. Usually, at the beginning of the academic year, ESN organizes a series of events for incoming Erasmus students. It is often called Orientation Week.
Why should I issue an ESNcard?
Most of the local ESN sections give the Erasmus students a possibility to issue an ESN card. ESNcard is simply a student ID that confirms you are studying or doing an internship within Erasmus+ framework. On the basis of ESN card, Erasmus+ students tend to have discounts in museums, pubs, restaurants, hostels and many other places.
ESN card application procedure
The application procedure is usually short and clear, sometimes you can even issue the ESN card online.
During the application, you would have to submit a photograph. ESNcard photo size is 27x37 mm (2.7x3.7 cm). Save yourself time and stress and upload a selfie on our website. Within 3 seconds you will see your selfie transformed to an ESNcard photo meeting all the requirements.
Who can get the ESNcard?
- Erasmus+ students and trainees
- EVS participants
- ESN members
- International students or trainees incoming on a different mobility programme than Erasmus+
- International undergraduate or postgraduate full degree students
What is on an ESNcard?
- Date and place of birth
- University name
- Local ESN section
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Just stand facing a light source such as an exposed window. Don't worry about the background.
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