The Erasmus student exchange program has brought in the last 30 years so many couples together from across all Europe that it has led to the birth of one million babies according to a study published recently. This research measured the impact since its launch in 1987 showing that 27 percent of people who took part had met their present life partner during their stay abroad. This means that European Union is starting to have a real meaning as a real union.
It is a true fact that Erasmus is an opportunity to get involved with people from all over the world, getting in touch with new cultures and why not find love during this experience. Actually, as the study confirms thirty-three percent of Erasmus students hooked up with people of a different nationality than their own, nearly three times (13 percent) the rate of students who had not traveled.
From Erasmus Flat, the ideal place to live during your Erasmus in Madrid and Barcelona, we are happy to see the amount of people that are getting connected every year thanks to live in a shared apartment during the Erasmus experience in Spain.