Rotterdam: Revolution through the roof

From the post-war dust, the city of Rotterdam, in The Netherlands, has risen to become an international reference for development and innovation. Next to an architectural central station, skyscrapers and old mansions share the main…

From Eastern to Western Europe: experience of a…

University resumed through the course of September for a new year, meaning that it was also the start of Erasmus semesters for lots of students. The cross-border exchange is European wide and can take people from one…

Netherland taken by thousands during climate strike

The world felt the power of the new generation this Friday (27), when thousands marched on the streets asking for actions against climate changes. Euroscope went to The Hague, in The Netherlands, to cover the…

The son of Utopia, Laurent Gaudé tours with…

A week ago, the famous French writer Laurent Gaudé came to Amsterdam to promote his book “Nous, l’Europe banquet des peuples”. Published just before the elections in May, this poem about Europe's History, according to…

Europe, can you hear me?

Student at HU University of Applied Sciences, in Utrecht, Netherlands, José Jurado is on a mission to become a sign language teacher. Born deaf, he wants to reunite his both cultures, the hearing and the deaf, to transform Europe into a more inclusive environment.  Between us, no words or sounds were exchanged. Sitting in front of me, his eyes seem to want to talk, however, his hands where doing all the action, dancing, moving, expressing themselves. These gestures are not insignificant: they are José’s words.…

Big Problems with Small Houses

Though education levels are as high as ever, a lack of dormitory housing is affecting European students and their opportunity to study As the fall semester begins, and millions of students get ready to hit…

Goodbye, Dounreay: New jobs could be found in…

The nuclear site Dounreay is closing but new opportunities appear. The question is: Will it be enough to provide the locals at the northernmost point of the British mainland with a sustainable future? [caption id="attachment_8014"…

Goodbye, Dounreay: “It is going to be the…

A nuclear site at the northernmost point of the British mainland has provided a whole region with jobs for sixty years. But soon the site will close and the question is: What happens now? [caption…

There is something a little fishy about Brexit

[caption id="attachment_7807" align="aligncenter" width="519"] Photo: European Commission[/caption]   Whilst Britain pull their nets out from the vast expanse that is the European Union, the issue of fish is largely unheard of by the consumers whose…

From industry to culture in the Ruhr Area.…

The German Ruhrgebiet was the largest industrial centre in Europe due to the coal-mining boom after the Industrial Revolution during the 19th century, However, in 1958, the coal-mining crisis started, which put a definitive brake on…

Left wing strongly opposed to Danish burka ban

The government of Denmark is setting out to follow other European countries and ban Muslim traditional headwear. Left wing opposition argues that a ban would be unliberal and further oppressive of women. The Danish centre-right…

Loopholes in European esports gambling

The gambling industry adapts to the cross-border European digital sports market Confusion rests at the heart of projected revenue figures for esports gambling in 2017. Forecasters for the gambling industry project a worldwide revenue between…

Why do we study abroad? A Britain-based case…

Studying abroad is a large part of the student experience, particularly in Britain, with approximately 39 percent of all students expressing some interest in doing a sandwich year (as of 2015). In fact, the United…