You’ve just left the house, you’ve been up all night and you’re still in your bed.
Your thoughts are still on what you ate yesterday and if you can sleep tonight, but now you’re ready to head out.
And with the sun still shining, the night is still young.
But there’s one thing that will definitely stay with you: your first day in Latvia.
Read moreThe Lazarske University of Riga has opened its doors to students from all over the world, and with a mix of international students and locals, there are always people wanting to come in for a first night.
“I came here for the first time last year.
I am really excited, especially because I am from Latvia,” said Sona T. Jovani, a student from Sweden who is studying the International Baccalaureate (IB), a diploma program in international relations and international affairs.
“I hope that I can be a part of the growth of the university in the future.”
Jovani said the university is very welcoming, but he has to admit, she has never had a chance to stay at a dormitory.
“When I was in high school, I lived in a dorm, so it was really tough,” she said.
I am really happy that I have been accepted into the Lazarisk University of Romania, where I will be studying international relations in the International Business Department.
I would like to stay in my room.
While she can still enjoy the nightlife in Riga, she is still not sure how she’ll be able to stay overnight.
“It is very tough, I don’t know if I will even sleep,” she laughed.
For some students, staying in a room is just a dream.
But for others, staying for a night at Lazarsky University of Latium, a dorm for international students in Rigo, is a reality.
Students can stay in a hostel with a shared bathroom or share a dorm room with others.
But the biggest change for many students is moving from one dormitory to another.
“We are a big university and the dorms are very big, but the hostels are very small, and sometimes they are overcrowded,” said Toreka, who is a first year in the international Baccalauréate program.
“I think that the hostel should be better than the dormitory, but I am not sure.”
Toreka is currently studying in the Business Department, and she said that the dorm in Rigoz, where she will be staying, is not big enough.
“The hostel is quite big and I don.t know how long I will stay in it, and it is quite cold.
We will see what happens,” she added.”
But we need to stay with people who are interested in learning and want to study here, and that is why we decided to go to Lazarskoi University.”
The University of the Republic of Romania has plans to expand the Lazarian Institute of International Studies to offer more international students a place to study, and Torekea hopes that the university can open the dorm where she is staying for the rest of her studies.
After staying in the hostellas, Toreky, T. and the rest are planning on taking the bus to Bucharest.
Toreke, who has already spent her first night in Bucharest in the university’s dormitory with her boyfriend, said that Bucharest has been the best city to study abroad.
“For me, it is really amazing,” she continued.
“It is a great city, because you can get to know a lot of people.
There are also nice shops, restaurants, museums, etc. And also I have seen a lot in Buchare, and the local people are very nice.”
Read more”I think it is the perfect place for international studies,” Toreeka added.
The students are planning to spend the night in the Romanian capital.
“If it is not too cold, I am planning to go for a walk and have a drink in the afternoon,” said M. Marat K. Pankovic, who plans to stay on campus for his second year.
It is the first day of winter, and students are going to relax.
“We are going for a hike in the forest, and then we will take the bus, so we can enjoy the cold weather,” said Pankov.
A local, Vicky L. from the University of Ljubljana, said she had always wanted to study in Romania.
“Every year I have wanted to go, but this year, I think I have to go,” she told The Local.
“There are a lot things that are different, and this is the way I like to go.”
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