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El objetivo principal de Swisslatin en su nueva orientación informativa es contribuir al fomento de la presencia de la Ginebra Internacional (o la Ginebra multilateral), como también se podría definir a la ciudad más multicultural de Suiza.
Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is a global association, which main goal is the integration of exchange students into local student life. The association is run by volunteer students.
You can currently follow though this app:
ESN Xchange EPF Lausanne (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne)
ESN UiO (University of Oslo)
This App is developed by ESN Xchange EPFL.
About Xchange ESN EPFL's events. Past events include ski weekends (for example in Zinal, Veysonnaz or Zermatt), snow shoe hiking, wine tasting in local caves, a visit of the Aletsch glacier, a visit of Cailler's chocolate factory, a trip to the CERN, city trips to Zurich or Lucerne, a raclette evening, international dinners (a potluck dinner with specialities from different countries), barbecues by the lake and huge parties in the clubs of Lausanne. And of course our 'famous' weekly pubnights in different bars and clubs of Lausanne. :-)
EPFL is the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, also known as the Swiss Intitute of Technology. Inside EPFL, Xchange is a commission of Agepoly. Unil (University of Lausanne), HEP Vaud (Haute Ecole Pedagogique) or EHL (Ecole Hoteliere Lausanne) international students? You are welcome to most of our events too!
This app is useful, for the students in exchange to the following universities: Swiss Federal Intitute of technology Lausanne (EPFL), Swiss Federal Institute of Zurich (ETHZ), University of Zurich (UZH), University of Geneva (UniGe), University of Basel, Univeristy of Neuchatel (UniNe), Univertisty of Oslo (UiO) and many more.
Xchange your life!
The magazine's features portray exciting yet often lesser-known destinations in rich detail, aided by stunning imagery and an elegant design. Read interviews with renowned adventurers, business leaders and key players within the travel industry.
The categories include;
- Food and drink
- History and culture
Eco Traveller is your guide to the world's finest authentic experiences, and how to explore them with a clean conscience.
In This Issue:
Follow our guide to the best events of September and October, with grape throwing, balloon fiestas and Middle Age jousts on the menu.
In the historic region of Cappadocia, people have dug a spectacular series of underground dwellings and caves.
The flooded forest
Below the surface of the Kaindy Lake, an old forest is still intact.
Northern America: California
Land of the giants
In Sequoia National Park, the world’s largest trees have flourished for thousands of years.
Latin America: Chile
High and dry
The Atacama Desert – the world’s driest place – is so arid that some native adults have never seen rain.
‘The land God made in anger’
The coastline of northern Namibia has been the deathbed of mammals and unfortunate sailors.
Middle East: Egypt
Keeping it clean
The White Desert is the jewel in Egypt’s tourism crown, but relies on volunteers to stay clean.
The Twelve Apostles
The limestone stacks lined up outside of Australia’s southern coast are a sight to behold.
A new direction
Members of the European Parliament have voted to limit the market of food crop-based biofuels.
Top five iPad accessories
Five fine gadgets, from keyboards to speakers and backpacks.
For adrenaline rushes and intimacy with nature, the Canadian Rockies is your place.
The good shepherds
Marine conservationists are putting up a stiff fight to protect whales on the open seas.
The Gardens by the Bay project has set a new standard for gardening.
Food and Drink: Slow food
Food for thought
The Slow Food movement is growing increasingly influential.
Interview: Carter Roberts
‘We still have time’
The WWF chief executive says businesses still have time to act over climate change. But not much.
Green city guide: Barcelona
Advice for a sustainable visit in the city of Antoni Gaudí.
History and culture: India
In the shadows
The Agra Fort is the lesser-known brother of Taj Mahal.
The place to be
Since the 1960s, the village of Gstaad has attracted royals and Hollywood A-listers.
Q&A: Benny Lewis
The Irish globetrotter has learnt about 10 languages in 10 years. But how?
Your tips, views and experiences.