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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 next guest.

Study abroad

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 next guest.


12.02.2018

STUDY ABROAD: Eduardo

Meet Eduardo. The Erasmus student of political science says that when he first saw Ljubljana with his own eyes, he felt as if he was transported into a European film. Like many other Erasmus students, he thinks Slovenians are more reserved in nature, unlike the Portuguese for example, who kiss two times when they meet someone they know. More about what he thinks about studying in Ljubljana and how it compares to Portugal in this edition of Study Abroad. His music choice was »Ne diraj moju ljubav«, a song he heard while waiting for the New Year's fireworks in Ljubljana.

8 min 46 s

05.02.2018

STUDY ABROAD: Kesha

What’s the difference between Slovenians and Russians? Slovenians drink “špricer” and Russians drink vodka. Well, that’s according to this week’s guest, Kesha. The Erasmus student notes the stability of life in Maribor can get a little bit boring for guys in their early twenties. You can hear more about how Kesha and his group spice up their everyday life in this episode of Study Abroad. On a more serious note, the civil engineering student also says the gap between the rich and poor in Russia is especially wide, but that living in Maribor showed him that it is possible for a smaller city to be well developed. His music choice was a song from the band Feduk & Allj, titled Rose Wine.

8 min 40 s

29.01.2018

STUDY ABROAD: Vilius

Meet Vilius. The Erasmus student of Medicine comes from Lithuania. He says that one of his favorite memories from Slovenia is the final match between Slovenia and Serbia in the European Basketball Championship. He went to see the live broadcast of the game at the Congress Square in Ljubljana. As the buzzer sounded the end of the game, one of the fans got so excited, they splashed most of their beer into his face. His music choice was a song titled Vyturiai from the Lithuanian band Kamaniu šilelis.

7 min 54 s

21.01.2018

STUDY ABROAD: Vladislav

Vladislav came from Belarus to study in Maribor. The Erasmus student of Economy and Management feels that the Slovene in Belarus languages are similar, but that the culture and people in these two countries are quite different. He is also very surprised that, despite its relatively small size, Maribor to him seems to be well developed. Apart from Belarus gaining recognition of its independence the same year as Slovenia did, another interesting thing about Vladislav’s home country is that people there don’t speak Belarusian nearly as much as they do Russian. His music choice was a song from the band ATL, titled Marabu.

7 min 23 s

15.01.2018

STUDY ABROAD: Amar

Amar Toplić is an Erasmus student of social work that comes from Bosnia and Hercegovina. While he does like Maribor and his studies here, he says foreign students don't get enough chances to meet and hang out with foreign students – be it at the dorm or at the faculty. Amar says he believes the young people will bring change to Bosnia, that’s why he’s going back there to implement everything he learns abroad about working with youth and give back to the community. He says people like that helped him see another path in life when he was young. He is also immensely grateful to the Bosana foundation, which enabled him to pursue studying social work and continues to make a lasting difference in his life. His music choice was a song from the band Dubioza Kolektiv, titiled Himna Generacije.

9 min 4 s

08.01.2018

STUDY ABROAD: Rosendo

Rosendo decided to study in Slovenia since it has a good position for traveling and he's been doing just that every weekend since he arrived to Maribor. What else has he been up to? His music choice was a song from the band Los delincuentes, titiled El aire de la calle.

7 min 56 s

01.01.2018

STUDY ABROAD: Teodora

Meet Teodora. The European studies and diplomacy student from Macedonia is an avid mountain climber, who in the past year ascended numerous Slovenian peaks, among them also Triglav. The decision to study in Slovenia came easily to Teodora. Ljubljana was namely the place where both her parents lived at one point in their lives. Her father studied here and her mother did an internship at the Faculty of Medicine in Ljubljana. As a result, she heard a lot of stories about Ljubljana and its inhabitants. Her music choice was a song called Vezilka, by the Macedonian band Foltin.

8 min 36 s

25.12.2017

STUDY ABROAD: Ujjwala

Meet Ujjwala. She came to Slovenia to study from northern India, where they speak predominantly Hindu. While Slovenia has over 30 dialects, the much larger India, on the other hand, has 23 official languages, including English. Ujjwala says that since coming to Slovenia, her English has become increasingly worse since people here have a different way of speaking in English. Apart from her family and friends, she says what she misses most is Indian cuisine. Despite all this as well as the low temperatures, she says she likes Maribor. Her music choice was a song called Kala Chashma from the movie Baar Baar Dekho.

8 min 50 s

18.12.2017

STUDY ABROAD: María Jesús

María Jesús is a Spanish Erasmus student at the Faculty of Medicine in Ljubljana. As a future doctor, she likes the fact that the health system in Slovenia is public and that most of her lecturers try to show them that here, they care about their patients. Concerning the party life in Slovenia, she says that the partying here finishes quite early, around 5 AM at the latest. In Spain, a good night out means coming home in time to eat breakfast together with your friends and then going to bed. The song she chose is titled A Quien Le Importa by Alaska, a Spanish-Mexican singer.

7 min 54 s

11.12.2017

STUDY ABROAD: Nikita Samochwal

Nikita Samochwal is a business administration student who chose to experience his second Erasmus in a city with the same name as the one he studies in back in Germany – Marburg! He also studied in Poland. So, what does this tried and tested Erasmus student miss most here? Well, apart from his family and friends, apparently, his car. His music choice was a song titled GottSeiDank by Trettmann feat. Bonez MC and Raf Camora.

7 min 17 s

04.12.2017

STUDY ABROAD: Bojana Jovanovska

Bojana Jovanovska decided to study in Slovenia since it had a good reputation for study choices and study quality in Macedonia. She only needed a month or so to learn Slovenian, due to the similarities between Macedonian and Slovenian. Her music choice was a song from the Macedonian group Foltin, titiled Milice.

7 min 50 s

27.11.2017

STUDY ABROAD: Esen Gül Dik

Esen Gül Dik is an Erasmus student from Turkey. Before coming to Maribor she didn’t know where exactly Slovenia was, nor what life here is like. Although all her classmates opted for the Erasmus experience in Poland, she wanted to try something different. After almost two months here, she says she is pleased with her choice and was positively surprised by the relaxed lifestyle, the kindness of people and the greenness of Slovenia, despite expecting the prices to be somewhat lower. Her music choice was a song from the Turkish rock band Duman, titiled Herşeyi Yak.

7 min 54 s

20.11.2017

Study Abroad: Dragana Dodik

Dragana Dodik comes from Bosnia and Herzegovina. She decided to study in Slovenia as a regular student. After finishing her Bachelors of Media Communications, she is this year started her Masters studies in the same field. She thinks the study quality between Slovenia and Bosnia and Herzegovina doesn't differ that much and that it's up to each student to benefit as much as possible from faculty classes.

7 min s

13.11.2017

Study Abroad: Pedro Nuno Ramoš

Pedro Nuno Ramoš comes from a small town in Portugal, who decided not just to study, but also work in Ljubljana. Believe it or not, one of the steriotypes he heard about Slovenians is, that they're agressive drivers. He says it wasn't hard to get used to Slovenia, since the people are not so different from the Portugese. He did, however, note that Slovenians respect rules more than in Portugal, especially when it comes to crossing the street.

8 min 1 s

06.11.2017

Study Abroad - Na Pan

Meet Na Pan. She's is a literary theory student from China that's been in Slovenia for almost 10 months. She doesn't consider herself the stereotypical Erasmus student, since she spends a good amount of her time on studies. Na Pan says the study program in Slovenia is less strict than in China, but that that doesn't mean the quality is any lower, it just means that she is allowed more creative freedom.

9 min 13 s

30.10.2017

Study Abroad: Paul

Paul is an Englishman who came to Slovenia for love, but decided to stay and is now a student in Ljubljana.

9 min 16 s

24.10.2017

Kasia Hulek: a Pole studying in Maribor and working in Ljubljana

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 next guest.

8 min 17 s

24.10.2017

Matea Lacmanović: a Croatian studying in Maribor and Graz

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 next guest.

9 min 28 s

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