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A new revamp of the old podcast format sees Emma in Uppsala/Stockholm and Sanjay in Malmö meeting students, immigrants to Sweden and born and raised Swedes to discuss their favourite neighbourhoods in Sweden. What makes a neighbourhood in Sweden? What different types of neighbourhoods are there, and how do they vary depending on where you are in the country? Brought to you by Study In Sweden and the Swedish Institute. Visit studyinsweden.se for information on studies and life in Sweden.
 
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In this episode, Emma and Sanjay talk about their experiences of living in student dorms and apartments, Emma, Katharina and Lauren provide their hints and tips for ways to look for housing, whether that's in student accommodation or not. This podcast covers the specifics of housing situations in: Stockholm, Uppsala, Malmö, Gothenburg and Jönköping…
 
In Episode 3 of My Swedish Område, Emma takes you to the neighbourhood of Flogsta, located west of the city of Uppsala. Here is a reading list of some things mentioned in the episode:https://www.uu.se/en/about-uu/traditions/flogsta-scream/https://www.vice.com/sv/article/bn5ap5/no-the-flogsta-scream-isnt-a-thing-all-over-sweden…
 
In this first episode of the newly formed podcast format, Emma and Sanjay discuss the new setup for the podcast. Over the course of the year, Emma and Sanjay will travel to different parts of Sweden to see how different types of people find communities and home in their neighbourhoods in Sweden. In this episode, Emma focuses on the neighbourhoods o…
 
In this episode, Emma speaks to students from Umeå to Malmö about cultural activities in Sweden - from Swedish football teams to Nordic skating, contemporary Swedish art to city festivals, we cover broad topics on different ways you can get involved with cultural activities whilst managing school work and on a student budget.…
 
In July/August's podcast, Emma speaks to various people in Sweden about the country's relationship to Swedish singing sensation ABBA. She discusses their influence upon Swedish society, and their reputation internationally - particularly why their success seems to be unending.Mgm and Universal Music have approved the usage of ABBA music in the back…
 
In February's podcast, Emma talks to both Swedes and international students about the specifics of dating culture in Sweden. Is there a cultural script for what happens on dates with Swedes? Is it difficult to date in Sweden? Is it true that Swedes are super shy, so will you ever even get asked out? Find out on this month's podcast.…
 
For the first podcast of the New Year, Emma travels to Kiruna, Sweden's most northern city, with ambassador Raeed to interview staff and students at Luleå tekniska universitet's Space Campus in Kiruna. We see what it is like living and studying in one of the darkest, coldest places in the country - situated 200km into the Arctic Circle.…
 
In the second podcast of this season, Emma explores Swedish recipes and food with guests from across the country - from Uppsala to Stockholm to Malmö. Points of discussion include Swedish festive food, dishes which international students have brought with them to Sweden and Swedish food that can be made on a student budget. *NOTE: references made t…
 
In Emma's first podcast as host, she explores Uppsala's 36th Annual Short Film Festival for Study in Sweden. Hosted by the Swedish Institute. Shirley Bruno's work: http://www.shirleybruno.com/tezen#1Isabel Lamberti's work: https://vimeo.com/search?q=isabel+lambertiThe Local.se article: https://www.thelocal.se/20171103/sweden-introduces-new-road-sig…
 
In the last episode of this season we obviously couldn't miss the chance to talk all things summer. Understanding the phenomenon of "Swedish Summer" with historical snippets, great background music and an interview with a recent graduate from Uppsala University, Marina Amancio.“Sweden And…” is produced and hosted by Edite Garjane, a digital ambassa…
 
The newest episode of “Sweden And…” explores the reasons behind the success rate of so many startups that have started in Stockholm, Sweden. Is it a superpower added to the capital’s drinking water or is it to do with the generous government support? I interview community builder and Stockholm’s startup scene rockstar Oskar Malm Wiklund and namedro…
 
International Women’s Day might be long behind us, but there are many who don’t stop fighting for equal rights among all genders on daily basis. This episode looks at facts and history of feminism in Sweden. With help from Kim Nordlund and other young women we discuss the success and failure of Sweden’s efforts to tackle inequality.The podcast is p…
 
Finally - an episode on studying in Sweden. International students applying for studies starting in Autumn of 2017 have recently received their admissions offer. We talk about things to know before coming to Sweden and how is the life of an international student here.Any extra perks? Some great stories on their first experiences on the Swedish land…
 
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