Do you want to join a global movement of young people concerned with the society?
Do you want to experience diversity?
Do you want to give back to the country that welcomed your exchange and to be unforgettable to your new friends?
These are the people that will make it happen – leaving a mark together with you!
National Coordinator for ESN Slovakia
I believe that even during an exchange program, you can leave your mark and make the world a little better, step by step. There is so much power in youth – and I am here to help the local coordinators in creating opportunities, where this power can be used for the well-being of others!
Lesana Zemanová - ESN CU
Hello to all of you :) My name is Lesana/Lesi Zemanová. I am 22 years old. I from Bratislava and I live here all my life except of my Erasmus+ experience in Spain :) I study in Comenius University in Faculty of education, also in Bratislava. I became a member of ESNCU in September 2013. Be part of organization ESN was one of the best decision in my life and to be a SocialErasmus coordinator it is also perfect. I can organize events where erasmus students can meet and help to local people, „give back“ something in that coutry where they are comming for Erasmus+ :)
Alexandra Balková - ESN EU
Hi :) My name is Alexandra Balková. I live in Martin and I study at University of Economics in Bratislava. I became a member of ESN only in December 2016 and nowadays I am the SocialErasmus coordinator. I want do social erasmus because I like help people, animals and environment. I have many plans to events and I will try to realize them.
Katarína Liptáková - ESN PEU
Hi :) my name is Katarína Liptáková and I am 23 years old. I am from smaller town Trenčín but currently I live and study in Bratislava in Comenius University. I study at Faculty of law fourth year. I love travelling and spending time with my friends:) I became a member of ESN in march 2015 and I'm a new Social Erasmus coordinator just few months. For me ESN brings new opportunities and options to help other students, meet new people, know different cultures and of course make the erasmus stay in Slovakia great for them. Simply is a chance to have great time with amazing people :)
Contact: k.liptakova1@gmail. com
Jozef Vajdiar - ESN STUBA
Most of my friends call me Jojo. I study Building Structures and Architecture at Slovak University of Technology. I come from the mountainous countryside in the north of Slovakia. I like all winter sports. However my favourite sport is floorball. I am not only Student and Social Erasmus Coordinator but also a member of volunteer fireman department in my hometown. So i like helping people in any way. I decided to join ESN STUBA after my own erasmus experience in Vilnius. I enjoy organizing social events and meeting new people. People who are kind and have the proper amount of insanity.
I am really looking forward to meet you in Bratislava.
Michaela Podolínská - ESN Trnava
Hey :) My name is Michaela. I´m 24 years old and I´m student of Mass Media Communication at University of St. Cyril and Methodius, Trnava . I became a member of ESN in February. The reason why I decided for position of Social Erasmus Coordinator is that I love animals, work in non-govermental sector, nature and meeting new people. I want to organize events where Erasmus students can help our country. I will try to give them many opportunities how to help people, animal, city or nature.
Katarína Dvorská - ESN UKF
Hello, dears :)
My name is Katarína and I’m 25 years old. I’ve been SocialErasmus coordinator at my local section since 2014, few months after I became an ESN member. I come from the oldest city of Slovakia – from Nitra. During my Erasmus in Krakow we didn’t have ESN at university and I missed it so much and I realized what does it really mean for foreign students and how important it is. But why SocialErasmus? Well, I studied social sciences so I’m whole social, it’s the way of life :) . I think it can be the first step how to involve young people to help to each other and to the environment. If one student would came to one SEevent and liked it, he/she made something helpful of course, but they will take the experience to their homes all around the world, maybe start to do the same or something similar, show it to their friends and at the end they will continue in volunteering or just making good. Others will see it and will do the same. Just imagine it in the big scale, with thousands of Erasmus students and hundred countries. We are heroes and we are making other people to become heroes as well. We are saving the world <3
Zuzana Kovačičová - ESN SUA
Hi. My name is Zuzana and I study Business Economics in Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra. I am from small town Brezová pod Bradlom. I became member of ESN in September 2016 and in two months I became SocialErasmus coordinator. I like meeting people, traveling and getting new experiences and ideas. The ESN means for me new opportunities, ideas of helping people, animals, nature and personal development.
Kristína Kucharovicová, ESN UMB BB
I joined ESN after returning from my Erasmus in Spain. I like the social events most of all the Erasmus events we had in Spain which is why I am a local coordinator now. It feels great to show our international students the power they have and the impact they can have on the local community. SocialErasmus is a way to give back to the community they live in during their Erasmus!
Daniela Barloková - ESN UNIZA
Hi my name is Daniela Barloková. I am 21 years old and I live in Žilina. I study E-commerce and managment at University of Žilina. I became a ESN UNIZA member in november 2016 and I´m a new Social Erasmus coordinator from March 2017. I love painting, meet new people,learn new languages, help others and take care of animals. This is why I decided to Social Erasmus position and also ESN UNIZA.
Ema Fričeková - ESN UNIPO
I'm Ema Fričeková and I study teacher training of English language and literature at University of Prešov. I became a member of ESN since 2016 and I'm Social Erazmus coordinator now. I'm book, series and nature lover. For me is ESN great opportunity to meet new people, improve your language as well as organization skills. Social Erazmus means for me to show students from foreign countries different perspectives of life that can affect them and 'leave a mark' even if they'll come to their mother country. :)