I absolutely love the BEST challenges: Breathtaking Barcelona

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Team Cloud Soles. Last day of the experience. From the left to the right: Vasiliki, Rafael, Martina, Markéta and Andrea.
“BEST, Board of European Students of Technology is a constantly growing non-profit and non-political organization. Since 1989 we provide communication, co-operation and exchange possibilities for students all over Europe”.
Plaza de España, Barcelona
3D printer in BCN3D. Photo by Alla Shtokal
A possible bicycle itinerary that around Barcelona
Barcelona França railstation
AC17 BCN Schedule
Ateneu de Fabricació. Photo by Thomas Budil
The Portuguese table at the International Evening. João in the middle, Catarina in the right.
Somewhere in the excursion. Photo by LBG Barcelona.
City rally — close to Las Ramblas, Barcelona. Photo by Jorn
Final presentation at Ateneu de Fabricació
Official closing.. Photo by LBG Barcelona. Honorio on the left, Berta on the right.
  • It might be difficult to some people not get angry with someone in the course time. Nonetheless, remember: everyone is there to learn and to have fun. Be cool!
  • If you are thinking about attending a BEST course, keep in mind that it is important to choose an academic theme that you feel interested in. I wouldn’t recommend you to go if you don’t like the academics. Yet, if you don’t love the theme, I wouldn’t discourage you to go either.
  • The academics are important. As we dig a little deeper, however, the social and cultural aspects are the most important. Actually, you are not going to this kind of course to be an expert on the field. You are going to receive an introduction, tools, and techniques that allow you to further research on the topic and achieve a deeper comprehension.
  • Take advantage of the huge multicultural environment. Think, you can know in first hand, what it’s like to live in another country. If you have any doubts, it is the right occasion to clarify them!

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Rafael Belchior

R&D Engineer at Blockdaemon. Opinions and articles are my own and do not necessarily reflect the view of my employer. https://rafaelapb.github.io