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Let's have an open dialogue around studying abroad. Know all about universities, programs, tests & get the best study abroad counselling and assistance. Receive valuable information around writing SOPs, essays and creating the perfect student profile that would impress top universities. iSchoolConnect is an AI enabled Tech company that assists students with studying abroad. With their smart tools, you can explore universities, courses and even prepare for your SOPs, essays and video interviews.
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This podcast is about pursuing college degrees in Europe. It was not that long ago when I was a senior in high school. Having gone through the college admission process in the States, I know the feeling of being trapped. However, there are other options out there, and one of them is to earn a college degree in Europe. Website: https://www.studyeuexpert.com
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We take a peek into the lives of foreign students living in Slovenia. Did they come to party, study or just shake up their everyday lives? What makes these young people tick and what do they think about the country they've come to? Listen to the challenges they face and what they miss from home. Has this experience changed them? Are they considering staying here? Every Monday at 11:25 only on Radio Si. Do you want to share your experience? Just write to pr@radiosi.eu and maybe you are our ne ...
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"Study Abroad Diaries" is a podcast that takes you on an exciting journey through the experiences of students who have chosen to study abroad. From the highs and lows of cultural adjustment to navigating academic challenges, our guests share their insights, tips, and stories to help you make the most of your study abroad adventure. Whether you're a study abroad aspirant, a seasoned traveler, or embarking on your first international trip, tune in for candid conversations and practical advice ...
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Welcome to UNC Study Abroad Podcast. With 300 study abroad programs spanning 70 countries, UNC Study Abroad has a lot to offer. In this podcast we sit down with UNC students and alumni and learn how study abroad has led to personal and academic growth. Website: https://studyabroad.unc.edu/
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Study Abroad Podcast is a series of podcasts that are about experiences of people who studied abroad from Pacific University. Students who studied in Australia, Chile, London, Japan, and Germany talk about their experiences and cultural differences. They will also give advice for people who are thinking about study abroad in the future.
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Yes! Study Abroad is a platform to encourage and equip minority students with the tools needed to study abroad and be competitive in a global setting. Students from all over have shared their study abroad experience to inspire you and so that you can learn from their mistakes. Take these stories with you on the go, on your commute or while multi-tasking! Drop your questions and comments for advice from YSA founder, Kierra. Enjoy!
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Demystifying study abroad and global learning for aspiring + thriving global education professionals. Through solo shows and fun interviews, we talk about all things global education and the latest news, trends, and challenges facing the international education industry. If you're ready to geek out on all things global ed, you've come to the right place. Hosted by Brooke Roberts (@thenewdorothy), a 20+ year veteran of the international education industry, 5x study abroad student, and a solop ...
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Studying abroad in Israel is a life-changing experience. Over the last 10 years, Thrive Study Abroad has guided hundreds of students on their study abroad journey, gifting them with an immersive and meaningful Israel experience. Hear their real, uncensored stories in our exclusive podcast, Thrive: Study AbroadCast.
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Where should you go? For how long? How can you afford it.....? These are just a few of the questions we discuss on The Study Abroadcast. If you're thinking about studying abroad this is a perfect podcast for you to listen to in order to motivate, and inspire your inner Indiana Jones or Carmen Sandiego. Get ideas from others. Make plans for your own. And for Pete's sake, study abroad...smarter.
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After researching various English programs on the DAAD website, one program stands out: B.S. Computer Science-Saarland University. This renowned public university in Germany offers a bachelor's degree in computer science entirely in English. Similar to other German universities, the tuition is zero. This also applies to international students. To h…
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One challenge Luca says she faced in Ljubljana was the language barrier as she does not speak Slovenian. What differences has she noticed between studying and life in the Netherlands vs. In Slovenia?She chose to play the song If I Am Only My Thoughts by Loving.RTVSLO - Radio SI által
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Ana says her friends were taken aback by her choice to study in Slovenia for a semester. Nevertheless, she proceeded with her decision, emphasizing the significance of allowing oneself the opportunity to explore their identity in youth, free from the influences and pressures of their home environment.She chose to play the song Don’t Let Me Down by …
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Join us on this episode of the Study Abroad Tips podcast as we sit down with Vaibhav Gupta from iSchoolConnect and Marylou Dewald from Ottawa University. Discover invaluable insights into the study abroad process, from choosing the right program and university to navigating applications and securing scholarships. Our special guest share their exper…
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Flore says that she couldn't have chosen a better place for the exchange than Ljubljana, as it embodies everything she wanted and that adventures were bountiful here - from weekend trips to different parts of the country to losing her phone on Triglav.She chose to play the song Moon Bird by Roger Webb.…
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For today's episode, we interviewed Stefanie from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, renowned for offering 37 English-taught university degrees in Germany. Our conversation delved into the primary challenges and career prospects for international students studying in German universities. (01:20) Introduction (02:35) The Lighting Round Questions …
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Are you considering studying abroad in the UK but feeling overwhelmed by where to begin? Fear not!In this exclusive interview, we have the privilege of speaking with Annette Vincent, the senior recruitment advisor at Aberystwyth University, one of Wales' top-ranked institutions. Renowned for its breathtaking location, nurturing learning environment…
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Welcome to our Knowledge Sessions series hosted by iSchoolConnect! In this episode, we are excited to feature California State University, East Bay. Join us for an insightful discussion as we delve into the world of academics, student life, and opportunities offered by CSU, East Bay .Discover its renowned programs, cutting-edge research initiatives…
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In this captivating interview, we speak with Mr. William Wegret, Dean of International Programs at Liberty University to delve into the dynamic world of education. Gain insights into Liberty's innovative approach to learning and its impact on students' lives. What are the financial aid opportunities for students planning to study in the US? If you …
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The Media Communications student says what surprised her in Maribor was that playgrounds for children are often found next to cafes. This is not the case in Spain. In fact, Slivia says she hasn’t seen it anywhere else.She chose to play the song Hell’s Comin' With Me by Poor Man’s Poison.RTVSLO - Radio SI által
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Welcome to the Knowledge Sessions series hosted by iSchoolConnect! 🎓 In this exciting episode, we're delighted to feature Mr. Shibashis Sengupta, Admission and Outreach Expert from the University of Technology, Sydney. Join us as we delve into insightful discussions about the evolving landscape of higher education, admissions strategies, and the im…
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On this inspiring episode of Study Abroad Diaries, we travel to the innovative campus of the University of Colorado Boulder to explore the world of Creative Technologies & Design through the eyes of Shrey Solanki. As a student in this cutting-edge program, Shrey takes us behind the scenes of an academic experience and opens up about the personal gr…
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Welcome to our Knowledge Sessions series hosted by iSchoolConnect! In this episode, we are thrilled to feature Stony Brook University, one of the leading institutions in higher education. Join us for an insightful discussion as we delve into the world of academics, student life, and opportunities offered by Stony Brook University.Discover what sets…
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Venla studies home economics. In Finland, it's a subject that's mandatory for both elementary and secondary school students. Students aged between 13 and 15 learn various household tasks and chores, including getting familiar with electricity, furniture care, painting, and more. They also learn the basics of family economics, law, finance, natural …
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It hasn't snowed for a couple of months now, but it did fall in January when we recorded an interview with Laura in Ljubljana. Laura hails from southern Spain, where it rarely snows except in one place. Interestingly, snow was one of the main reasons she chose to spend a semester in Slovenia.She chose to play the song Motomami by Rosalía.…
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Rabbi Adi Isaacs interviews a Jewish hero! How did a freshman Jewish student at Harvard find himself embroiled in a high-profile legal battle with one of the nation's most prestigious Ivy League schools? Armed with a strong sense of identity and core values, Shabbos Kestenbaum speaks out against the rampant antisemitism on campus and why this shoul…
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Five years ago, Can embarked on an Erasmus exchange to Ljubljana, where he spent a semester. Now, as a PhD student, he's opted for a change of scenery, diving into the academic environment of Maribor. In this episode, discover Can's impressions of Styria's capital, learn about the most frequent question Slovenians posed to him during his previous s…
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Nevena chose to pursue studies in social work after years of dedicated work in her own non-governmental organization, supporting children and youth with disabilities.What did she think of Slovenia's capital and how accessible is it in her opinion?She chose to play the song Ljubav by Bojana Vunturišević.…
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Beyond the academic track, a young couple is enriching Jewish spiritual and cultural life at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Kip Glickman describes to radio host Gavriel Sanders how Jewish students from abroad are getting an unforgettable upgrade in their semester and year-abroad programs.Thrive által
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During her second weekend in Ljubljana, Eliška became a "true Slovene." Climbing Triglav was just the beginning, as she continued scaling numerous peaks. According to her, the stereotype about how Czechs love to go hiking holds true. She chose to play the song Could Have Been Me by The Struts.RTVSLO - Radio SI által
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Rabbi Adi Isaacs appears on the Gavriel Sanders Show in NY to reveal the uniqueness of a semester abroad in Israel and, in light of explosive anti-Semitism on campus, invites thousands of North American college students to join the pledge movement to study abroad in Israel.Thrive által
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The Erasmus student says that often, the first association of his compatriots when mentioning Slovenia is Yugoslavia. After spending a semester in Ljubljana, he believes Slovenia is much more beautiful and interesting than they imagine.He chose to play the song You're the voice by John FarnhamRTVSLO - Radio SI által
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In this podcast, Rabbi Adi Isaacs interviews Beatie Deutsch, an Israeli sports phenom. She won the Israel National Marathon, was featured in an Adidas ad, and is training now for the Paris 2024 Olympics. But she's been running another kind of marathon - mobilizing help to provide weekly food and encouragement to scores of wives and children of IDF …
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Are you considering to become a teacher and to work internationally? If you are, you should check out the international teacher education program from the NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands. My guest for today is Matt, who is currently attending this program. (2:10) Introduction (3:18) The Lightning Round (12:10) Learning…
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Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to rate, comment, share, and subscribe! Book our counselor's free analysis slot right here - https://ischoolprep.com/pages/lp/counselling/30-mins?utm_source=SOCIAL_MEDIA&utm_medium=Instagram&utm_campaign=iSP_appointment Ever wondered how to skyrocket your English communica…
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Candice and Jade are currently back in France after acing their 6-week Erasmus internship in Ljubljana this summer. To secure their spot, they hustled—applying, emailing, and making things happen!They chose to play the song Osama by Zakes Bantwini and Kasango.RTVSLO - Radio SI által
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Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to rate, comment, share, and subscribe! Book our counselor's free analysis slot right here - https://ischoolprep.com/pages/lp/counselling/30-mins?utm_source=SOCIAL_MEDIA&utm_medium=Instagram&utm_campaign=iSP_appointment The GRE is a crucial component for many graduate scho…
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Having attended one of the elite liberal arts colleges, I cherish my education and the opportunities my college afforded me. However, after my conversation with Sophia, I realized that a high-quality liberal arts college degree did not have to cost $80,000 per year. In this episode, I had a conversation with Sophia, who is currently studying intern…
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Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to rate, comment, share, and subscribe! Book our counselor's free profile evaluation and analysis slot right here - https://shorturl.at/bkoBD Embark on a journey of exploration and decision-making in our latest podcast episode, "UK vs. USA." 🌍✈️ first-timer planning to stu…
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Despite having lived in Slovakia, Greece and other countries, Jaanika says that apart from her native Estonia, Slovenia is the only other country where she has felt at home. She came to Slovenia to study cognitive science for one semester, but ended up staing here for more than 2 years.She chose to play the song X-RAY by Tommy Cash.…
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Join us on this insightful podcast as we dive into the world of International Relations through the eyes of a passionate student at King's College London. Explore the challenges, triumphs, and personal growth as our guest shares her unique perspective on navigating the complexities of global affairs and diplomacy. From engaging lectures to eye-open…
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Do you know the feeling when you go to a house party, and everyone has the same story? Well, Evan is not one of them. Raised in Berlin with an American family, Evan speaks both English and German perfectly. Currently, he is pursuing a college degree in the Netherlands. Curious about why he made such a decision? Just click the play button and listen…
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Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to rate, comment, share, and subscribe! Book our counselor's free profile evaluation and analysis slot right here - https://shorturl.at/bkoBD Are you a student dreaming of studying abroad but facing financial constraints? Tune in to explore the top five most affordable cou…
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The dual form may come as a surprise to some foreigners who move to Slovenia. For Bojana, who moved here from North Macedonia three years ago (and since has learned to speak Slovenian fluently), learning the language was, at first, one of her biggest challenges. Now, she finds the dual form romantic. The speech and language therapy student says tha…
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Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to rate, comment, share, and subscribe! Book our counselor's free profile evaluation and analysis slot right here - https://shorturl.at/bkoBD In this podcast, we're going to give you a comprehensive look at the University of Sydney, specifically tailored for international …
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Growing up in Wayne, Maine, USA, Naeema made an unconventional decision to pursue a bachelor's degree at Leiden University in the Netherlands when she was just 18 years old. What motivated her to make this atypical choice? And what is her life like now, living abroad? (00:50) Introduction (02:15) The Lightning Round (07:00) Why Europe? (10:40) Requ…
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Rabbi Isaacs interviews staff member R' Kip Glickman who, with his wife Shayna, provides amazing Jewish food and programming for Thrive students at the Hebrew University. During the current war effort, Kip taps into his military skills and contacts to make an extraordinary difference for thousands of soldiers. Must hear - must share!…
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Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to rate, comment, share, and subscribe! Book our counselor's free profile evaluation and analysis slot right here - https://shorturl.at/bkoBD In this podcast, we will discover compiled a list of the 5 most popular universities in Germany, this list is collated based on Wor…
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In this final episode with Lisa, we briefly reveal what it's like to study abroad full-time in Germany, aside from the academics. As the conversation continues, it becomes clear that college life in Germany is quite different from the comforting academic bubble in the US; on the contrary, it opens the door to the real world. (00:40) Living situatio…
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Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to rate, comment, share, and subscribe! Book our counselor's free profile evaluation and analysis slot right here - https://shorturl.at/bkoBD In this podcast, we will discover some of the top fully-funded scholarships that can turn your aspirations into reality. Remember, …
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Although applying to German Universities could be frustrating, it could be a great option for students willing to learn the German language. Having talked to many American families and college counselors, the language barrier propels many people to look away. However, as college tuition rises day by day, it might be the right time to reconsider thi…
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