Yes I did :) Especially the 3 months in London were great :)
I believe you.
However, you are expected to produce some results, at least in my time you had to. Else you would have to pay back part of the scholarship, at least that was what I was told before embarking upon it.
Hey, don't worry, nothing has changed!
But Film and the First World War was easy peasy, great and interesting stuff and didn't need too much attention, plus you got to see loads of films as well :)
I will have three subjects in University. Psychology, Philosophy and Statistics. I've heard Statistics is a pain in the butt for most people, but I don't expect too much trouble with the first two subjects, because it interests me.
So I had plenty of time performing one of my favourite pastimes: visiting the British- and the Imperial War Museum. Plus the pubs of course ;)
I'm not sure how many time I will have for that sort of thing, but I suspect there will be some time for all of that.
I had a small room near Regent's Park on the Crescent in a building especially meant for Erasmus students.
So they pretty much arrange your stay, and accommodate you as a student? Or do you have to arrange everything yourself?
It was screamingly expensive, compared to the Dutch standards, but hey, it was London :)
Oh, I hear you, Amsterdam isn't too cheap either!
I heard that psychology is a bit more demanding of the student, not that I am attempting to discredit what you have studied.
Yeah, I've heard you will have to do a lot of research and examinations for yourself, and conduct surveys with fellow students. (But I think I'm more than curious enough!)