Welcome to Germany!
Erasmus+-Studierende, Eva Blaževičiūtė, am Campus Karlsruhe im Interview.
Am Campus Karlusruhe begrüßen wir Eva Blaževičiūtė. Sie wird unsere Hochschule im Rahmen ihres Erasmus+-Aufenthaltes näher kennenlernen. Anbei finden Sie das Interview mit ihr.
Can you introduce yourself? What's your name? Where are you from? What are you studying in your home country? Do you have any special hobbies?
My name is Eva Blaževičiūtė. Yeah, I know, the second name is hard to pronounce, everyone in Germany has a struggle with it. I come from little, charming, multicultural country near the Baltic sea – Lithuania. I born and grew up in Vilnius. After school graduation I was dreaming to study medicine but I end up with physiotherapy studies. And now I am glad to say that it was one of the best things which happened to me. At time I am studying in Vilnius University and I am going to start 3rd year of studies. Dancing was always my biggest hobby. I used to dance national lithuanian dances, now my interest is contemporary dance. Other hobbies are reading and traveling.
How did you prepare for your ERASMUS in Germany? Was there any special feature on your journey? Do you like it to study at the SRH University health sciences in Karlsruhe?
I always wanted to get to know German culture. To prepare for this life – time adventure and challenge I had to learn German language. It wasn’t effortless. During three months I managed somehow to learn it a little bit. And still, when I came here I had so much stress as if I didn’t learn it… But luckily after few weeks I got used to the language. The biggest challenge which I had to face here was to live alone, independently. But sooner or later young person has to make that step. I really enjoy studying in SRH University in Karlsruhe. All lecturers are very professional and helpful. Lectures at university are very informative, interesting. Just maybe sometimes to long. I like doing practice here. It helps me to become more interest in physiotherapy and inspires to help people in they rehabilitation path. I hope, I’ll use all experience when I’ll come back to Lithuania. People at university are helpful, understanding and friendly.
Which experiences in Karlsruhe will you never forget? Would you recommend ERASMUS + to your fellow students in your hometown? If yes why?
The first day in Karlsruhe is unforgettable. Everything was so new, not like at hometown Vilnius. On first day I was excited and a little bit afraid… The map was my best friend at that moment. The most challenging experiences here were to search for places of practice. One time I went twice not in right clinic. In that situation even the map didn’t help… ERASMUS + exchange is incredible chance to see and get to know other cultures, cities. It could help to find yourself, become more independent, self – confident. That’s why I would definitely recommend my fellow students to go on ERASMUS + exchange.
Wir wünschen Eva Blaževičiūtėeine wunderbare, lehrreiche Zeit bei uns und danken ihr für das sympathische Interview!