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ΦΟΙΤΗΤΕΣ ΙΑΤΡΙΚΗΣ ROTTERDAM ΟΛΛΑΝΔΙΑΣ

Δήλωσε τώρα συμμετοχή!

στην εβδομαδιαία ανταλλαγή φοιτητών Ιατρικής που οργανώνει η HelMSIC στα πλαίσια της

European Medical Students’ International Committee – EMSA

Η παραμονή στο Rotterdam κατά το διάστημα 26 Νοεμβρίου-3 Δεκεμβρίου 2006 περιλαμβάνει:

  • Δωρεάν Στέγαση-Διατροφή

  • Δωρεάν Ξεναγήσεις-Μετακινήσεις-Social Program
  • Επίσκεψη και παρακολούθηση μαθημάτων για μια ημέρα στην Ιατρική Σχολή του ERASMUS University of Rotterdam
  • Ημερήσια Εκδρομή στο Amsterdam

Οι υποχρεώσεις των συμμετεχόντων περιλαμβάνουν:

  • Φιλοξενία ενός Ολλανδού Φοιτητή κατά την εβδομάδα 22-29 Οκτωβρίου 2006.

  • Συμπλήρωση αίτησης στην HelMSIC και καταβολή 60 ευρώ (Για κάλυψη διατροφής των Ολλανδών φοιτητών στην Αθήνα)

Οι εγγραφές για το πρόγραμμα γίνονται:

Στο γραφείο της HelMSIC ή στα τηλέφωνα : 6979339445 , 6948261722, 6977958083

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Ελληνική Επιτροπή Διεθνών Σχέσεων και Ανταλλαγών Φοιτητών Ιατρικής - HelMSIC

Γραφείο Τοπικής Επιτροπής Αθήνας

Διεύθυνση: Παπουλάκειο Αναγνωστήριο, Ιατρική Σχολή Αθηνών, Μικράς Ασίας 75, Γουδή, Αθήνα.

Τηλέφωνο: 210 7462033

Φαξ: 210 7462033

Επίσημη ιστοσελίδα: http://www.athens.helmsic.gr

E-mail: athens@helmsic.gr

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About a year ago a few enthusiastic EMSAmembers from Rotterdam sat around the table together to discuss what it was they really wanted to do. In the Netherlands

Maastricht had just organised a Twinning Project, Rotterdam loved the idea:

TP had to come to Rotterdam! One year later what at one point started as a wild

plan has come true: Rotterdam has organised a twinning Project together with the capital of Greece, Athens.

Two European cities with huge differences: bikes and cars, tempels and skyscrapers, sirtaki and apres-ski music, souflaki and hotchpotch, ouzo and beer, timely and relaxt... but with one important similarity: both have twenty enthusiastic, adventurous medical students willing to take the challenge and find out about each others lives.

The Twinning Project is an exchange-programme between two European medical faculties, this time organised by IFMSA- Rotterdam and HELΜSIC - Athens. As you

have understood, this was the first time for Rotterdam to set up this project. Its main target is to improve the integration between medical students on a European level.

In the last week of October 2006 a small group of students from Rotterdam travelled to sunny Athens, to find out what life on the bright side is like J. Each Dutch student was matched with a Greek student, their ‘twin’.

During the exchange they slept at their Twins house.

Our Greek hosts had arranged an extensive educational and social programme, during which the Dutch people got the chance to see all the ‘mustsees’ in and around Athens.

Time was spent at the medical faculty of Athens, swimming in the Aegean sea, dancing the Sirtaki under the heavens sprinkled with stars and experiencing the acoustics of the theatre of Epidavros.

We also made a boat trip to the beautiful Greek island Aegina, and of course we loved the excursion to the world-famous Acropolis.

The medical students from Rotterdam got the chance to try activities we have never experienced back home: Our hosts allowed us to join them in their strike at the medical faculty, we found out everything we need to know about this seasons’ fashion at the ‘Athens fashion week’ since we’ve seen it on a real catwalk, and last but not least we spent two hours dancing in a bus while it drove us back home from an excursion.

In short: we have had a fabulous time in this wonderful Greek city and we are very thankful for the fabulous time we have had with our Twins.

Adapted from:

"EMSA Twinning Project Rotterdam and Athens"

EUROMEDS - E-newsletter of the European Medical Students' Association

Issue 01/2007

www.emsa-europe.org

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