Absolutely Intercultural 218 +++ Erasmus babies +++ advice for the exchange students +++ indirect Erasmus effects +++


Hello and welcome to show 218 of our podcast “absolutely intercultural” which is the third of a series of “Erasmus” podcasts to celebrate and highlight the 30th anniversary of the most successful of all student exchange programs. In this episode our students are going to share their own experiences and stories with you. You will hear some useful advice for your exchange semester. How should you be prepared before going abroad?  How to make your integration easier? Also how Erasmus effects non-exchange students, and how they profit in their home country. And we will listen to a beautiful story about how an exchange semester resulted in a lovely Erasmus couple.

absolutely romantic
Listen to our Erasmus couple – Cedric Lensing from Germany and Amama Farooq from Pakistan – will share some positive experiences about how they met during their Erasmus semester in Izmir, Turkey, and how their relationship went on.

absolutely useful
Our four Exchange students Beka and Nino from Georgia, Omar from Spain and Ibrahim from Jordan will give you some useful advice that will help you with your preparation for our stay abroad. For example you should arrive in the new country with enough money in your pocket.

absolutely indirect
RheinAhrCampus student Robert from Germany will share his intercultural experiences with his buddy from India. First he was careful and tried out how he could socialize with the Indian but in the end they just turned into good friends.

Thank you all who joined us for today’s show. If you liked our show, please like us on our Facebook page, too. By the way, did you know that we are also on iTunes? You can subscribe to this show for free and give us a rating and a comment. We would appreciate that!

Our next show will be coming to you from Anne Fox in Denmark on 6th of October 2017.

So until then stay tuned.

The host of this show is: Dr. Laurent Borgmann
Editor: Seymur Garamollayev
Assistant: Beka Eristavi




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