Best studyabroad podcasts we could find (Updated January 2018)
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Inside Study Abroad Podcast
The Inside Study Abroad Podcast explores the world of international education and meaningful travel with fascinating guests, a little friendly debate, and whole lot of practical advice. Episodes touch on various aspects of study abroad, entrepreneurship, career growth, higher education, and travel.
Study Abroad Files
Podcast by Madison Pflueger
Study Abroad Radio
Bringing you local music from around the world
Study Abroad Cast
Study Abroad Cast tells the story of my Erasmus semester in Italy. Whether you are are a traveler, an exchange student or if you want to become one and start your own adventure, this podcast is for you.
Pacific University's Study Abroad Podcast
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.
Travel Talk with Yes! Study Abroad
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!
Denmark 101 with Alex Berger
Tips, tricks, and cultural observations about the Danes and life in Denmark. From Copenhagen on the island of Sjaelland to Aarhus, Alborg and the far reaches of Jutland. I aspire to explore Denmark and to report back on Denmark's wonderful people, rich traditions and subtle quirks.
Tammy's BlogAbroad Blog
Tammy is in Costa Rica, and will be following her adventure.
On SITe podcast
Experts from SIT offer insight on critical global issues, from arts and media to human rights and climate change.
Jeff's podcast from Prague follows Jeff during his study abroad adventure in Prague.
International Student Voice Magazine
Serving as a voice and advocate for international students in the U.S. and American study abroad students.
The OnCourse Podcast
The OnCourse Podcast is hosted by educational consultants Alisha and Akhil who breakdown how to choose the right career path of you, understanding what kind of education you want to pursue (e.g. ICSE vs IB), helping you decide where to study abroad and how to navigate their application process and so on. Alisha and Akhil are founders of OnCourse Vantage; India's foremost creative and alternate education company that aims to bridge to gap between formal education and real world skills.
Abroad Perspective: The CET Podcast
Abroad Perspective explores the nexus of language, study abroad and other life/work/academic skills and how the combination of these skills leads students down their career paths.
You've Got Some Spain-ing To Do
Karl Benitez’s University of Washington study abroad blog while in Donostia-San Sebastián, Spain…………….
Tom Sawyer Tuesday with Nathan Minnehan
A weekly 5 minute thought-provoking insight designed to rekindle our adventurous spirits, and entice us to live our lives to the fullest. Written and read by Nathan Minnehan, produced and recorded by WalknTalk. Nathan Minnehan is the founder of WalknTalk, and has been featured in articles in Study Abroad magazine, Time Out Chicago,, the Huffington Post, and named in the Chicago Reader as a man "dressed as if he just stepped off a ship carved from a tree trunk, b ...
Crossing Borders: A Yearlong Storytelling Project
This UPR original series is a yearlong storytelling project about borders that are crossed to pursue goals or make changes in society. New episodes added monthly through June 2018. The UPR Original Series "Crossing Borders" is a yearlong storytelling project between UPR and the USU Office of Global Engagement - providing services for international students and scholars; and facilitating study abroad opportunities for students and faculty. Details found here .
Wandering Nature
Wandering Nature is devoted to discovering nature’s wonderful, strange, and fascinating organisms and ecosystems. Because these ecosystems are in exotic and wild locations, it’s also about the adventures, joys, and challenges of travel abroad. The project is made possible by a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, which provides funding to recent college graduates to pursue a year of independent, non-academic study abroad.
Global Roundup
Do you want to study abroad to enhance your journalism education? In this podcast, Jonah McKeown and Jiwon Choi from the University of Missouri's Global Programs Office bring in guests who have done just that, to help you learn more about studying abroad. Enhance your global perspective and get connected to our office to make the most of your time at the University of Missouri. Come and explore the world with us!
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Two Birds One Stone Podcast
On Today's Episode We Went Off Topic A Few Times But It Happens. Special Guest Kourt Just Came Back From A Study Abroad To The U.K., So It's Time To Catch Up. The Topics Today Are:-What's The Rules Of A Situationship??-How You Know You're In The FriendZone?-Respecting Women
Merry Christmas everyone! For this Christmas special, Jordan Berger and Mark Lafollette interview Seth Berger (Jordan's brother) about his study abroad experience in London. They explore the science behind Stonehenge, the White Cliffs of Dover, and the geothermal baths in Bath, England. This episode marks Part 1 of a 2 part interview with Seth ...…
Episode 2! Hooray! I emerge from my deathbed to discuss *gasp* study abroad!! featuring clips of a video I posted a year ago. Old and new collide.
More on the University of Portland UP Pollentia Undergraduate Research Expedition The post December 18, 2017: Father Richard Rutherford CSC on Christmas appeared first on Mater Dei Radio.
Red X Podcast: Ending Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery
On this episode of the Red X Podcast, Nicole and Lance interview Sarah Bendsten from Shared Hope International. Also, Nicole reports on Minnesota’s new task force. [caption id="attachment_87" align="alignleft" width="345"] Christmas Tree Lighting[/caption] Lance and Nicole chat about Apex’s annual Christmas tree lighting in which Lance teased t ...…
In Your Business with UMSL | Business
Extensive interview with Dr. Ekin Pellegrini, Dr. Joseph Rottman, and Cassie Filip. In this podcast we discuss the Study Abroad Program available for UMSL Business students. We discuss the many benefits this program can have for business students, while also brushing over the future of the program. Host: Joe Bamberger and Tom Fitzgibbons Produc ...…
Why I Don't Go To Church
Guy tells us about growing up in the Church and then finding out the history of the Church through a study abroad program and how it turned him off for the next 8 years.
Today's show is a collection of snippets from my phone call with Weyem Kobrosly: a marketing nerd / yoga-lover / travel enthusiast / lifelong learner through and through. Previously a D.C.-based marketing specialist, Weyem is now about to leave the States for an incredible volunteer experience abroad in Tunisia. In this episode we talk about ou ...…
Payton Fales (St. Margaret's '15) was a three-year starting goalie, team captain, and All-County selection as a high school player. Upon graduation, he packed his bags and took his game to Colby College in Waterville, Maine. Fales fills us in about campus life, opportunities to study abroad, being a member of the lacrosse team, and more.…
When asked to describe an average day of class at the EcoQuest study abroad program, our guests replied, “there’s no such thing.” Jessa at Whangurai Falls This week on It’s Hot, adventurers Lauren Vesprani and Jessa Webber joined host Ben Sonnega live on air to share one of the most exciting abroad experiences an undergraduate student could hav ...…
In today’s show, I talk with Jacqueline Sutherland who works for The Chertoff Group. Jacqueline is a Senior Security Analyst who has extensive knowledge in counterterrorism. Jacqueline’s career couldn’t be more different than mine and it was incredibly insightful to learn about her experiences studying abroad and a day in her life is like. In t ...…
Meredith is originally from the US, and no, she doesn’t want to talk about politics. She landed in Australia 13 years ago to study abroad during an arts degree. She is now a proud Melbournian and a doctor in paediatrics, which most people mistake for podiatry. For the record, she does not know anything about your sore feet.…
Bienvenido! Welcome to Episode 4 of Iberian at Heart. In this episode, we bring you on a trip to Woodbridge, NJ's own Feria de Sevilla! Listen to the sounds of flamenco music and dance of The Alborada Spanish Dance Theatre, as well as a bonus interview with Candace Band from Music: Baile me por Tangos by El Niño del Parking…
In this first episode I will introduce you to my new adventure: half a year abroad in Italy 🇮🇹 You will learn about my motivation and future plans! ✈️
This week, I’m joined by a man who needs no introduction…but I’ll give him one, anyway. It’s the great Rick Kogan. You may know him from the Chicago Tribune, WGN Radio or the Billy Goat, and if you don’t, you will after listening to this. I’m lucky enough to be Rick’s producer on his Sunday evening program at WGN Radio, After Hours with Rick Ko ...…
In today's episode we sit down with Byron Francis, founder of World Smart. Listen as we hear the heart behind this program and its mission to provide low income student the opportunity to study abroad and expand their horizons. Love hearing from innovators in Education? Let us know! Every rating and review that our listeners, like you, leave he ...…
Leslie made the leap to France at the age of 50 to breathe life into her creative dreams. With little more than her strong desire to live in the light of the place that had drawn artists for decades, she realized that she didn't really have 'enough French to get by' as she had previously thought. Survival took over shortly after her arrival. Wi ...…
Foovies Podcast
Raise an expensive glass of wine to another episode of the Foovies podcast! This episode the Food Doods review the 2015 dinner party thriller "The Invitation" that's kind of a like a whiter version of "Get Out". But listen to find out if we enjoyed this movie and hear Q drone on about his study abroad. As always give us a review on itunes and t ...…
On tap this week is my friend, painter Elizabeth Diaz DePew, who is also Study Abroad & International Programs Director for the College of Liberal Arts at Purdue University. We talk about her paintings and a current exhibit of her work on display at the Tippecanoe Arts Federation.
THE Leadership Japan Series by Dale Carnegie Training Japan
International Japanese Staff Armageddon Japan seems to be going in opposing directions at the same time, when it comes to the supply of internationalised staff suitable for foreign companies. The statistics show a peak in 2004 of 83,000 Japanese students venturing off-shore. This dropped to a low of 57,500 in 2011 and since that point has climb ...…
Many of us dream of living abroad but few of us actually do. Yet here’s the thing: I’ve interviewed hundreds of native English speakers who have become bilingual and nearly all of them, at some point, lived abroad. Often, it was in a study abroad program. Something that brothers Philip and Cyrus Roepers, true outliers, took advantage of.Because ...…
Greg Abazorius speaks with Claire Ramsbottom, executive director of the Colleges of the Fenway, about the group's 20th anniversary and all they provide--including study abroad opportunities, music groups, and even internet access!
Providing education abroad or “study abroad” opportunities is one form of international engagement in which many colleges and universities participate. The National Association of International Educators (NAFSA) notes in their Trends report [link] that each year hundreds of thousands of U.S. college students engage in short term, semester-long, ...…
Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms | Type 1 Diabetes |
This week, Mike Avery shares the story of growing up in a family of in-demand Hollywood stuntmen, his dad, mom and brothers are all well known in the industry. Mike was diagnosed with type 1 at age 8, when he was already working. Find out how he learned to manage diabetes while jumping out of planes, off bridges and under pounds of TV makeup. O ...…
Jesse started his first company Foreman Promotions at the age of 17 after spending two years creating a name for himself in teen club promotions. From this, he went on to manage two local artists and at the age of 21 he launched a new nightclub called Fuze. Jesse determined after that to focus on school and pursue a career as an agent. Shortly ...…
Tommy G joined the boys in the dungeon to discuss his recent study abroad trip to Italy. We talked about the end of Ladies Night at Murphy's (2:00 - 8:20), Tommy's trip abroad / memorable stories / favorite trips (8:20 - 32:00).
I’m really pleased to have back on the show Dr. Karen Johnson, Associate Dean for Admissions at the Baylor College of Medicine and Dr. Jesus Vallejo, Assistant Dean for Admissions at Baylor College of Medicine. When recently looking at our downloads, I noticed that one of our most popular medical school admissions shows was my interview with Dr ...…
I’m really pleased to have back on the show Dr. Karen Johnson, Associate Dean for Admissions at the Baylor College of Medicine and Dr. Jesus Vallejo, Assistant Dean for Admissions at Baylor College of Medicine. When recently looking at our downloads, I noticed that one of our most popular medical school admissions shows was my... Read More The ...…
Ever wanted to travel the world? How about learn Spanish? Maybe both? Well Carolyn Boudreau tells us how this can all be possible! Through years of personal experience of traveling to Spanish speaking countries and immersing herself as one of the citizens, Carolyn talks about how she's helping students from all over find the perfect location fo ...…
Doris speaks with Alethea Tyner Paradis, history professor at Santa Barbara City College and Director / CEO of Peace Works Travel, a socially conscious study abroad program where students learn through meaningful local problem-solving designed to foster critical thinking, empathy, and innovative solutions for a more peaceful world.…
Today’s Lively Show is with the person who most resonates at the frequency of love that I have ever met in person, Gregorio Avanzini, of The Pristine Movement. I first met Gregorio at the Eckhart Tolle retreat in Costa Rica last year, and we reconnected a few weeks ago in Ibiza at Afest. In both instances, I could literally feel genuine love, p ...…
Today’s Lively Show is with the person who most resonates at the frequency of love that I have ever met in person, Gregorio Avanzini, of The Pristine Movement. I first met Gregorio at the Eckhart Tolle retreat in Costa Rica last year, and we reconnected a few weeks ago in Ibiza at Afest. In both instances, I could literally feel genuine love, p ...…
Today’s Lively Show is with the person who most resonates at the frequency of love that I have ever met in person, Gregorio Avanzini, of The Pristine Movement. I first met Gregorio at the Eckhart Tolle retreat in Costa Rica last year, and we reconnected a few weeks ago in Ibiza at Afest. In both instances, I could literally feel genuine love, p ...…
Halfway There | Christian Testimonies | Spiritual Formation, Growth, and Personal Experiences with God
Paul Sohn is an author, public speaker, and coach who works with millennials to answer life’s biggest questions. He recently founded Qara, an organization dedicated to providing resources for those in the formative adult years, the 20s. His book, Quarter-Life Calling: Pursuing Your God-Given Purpose in Your Twenties, helps guide young people th ...…
Before we start today’s episode, which will take us abroad, let us remind you to rush out right now and get our new book if you have a junior at home (and even if you have a freshman or sophomore). That’s “rush out right now” figuratively speaking, because the book is available at, so there is no need to leave home to get it. But why ...…
My guest the week is healthcare VC superstar Michelle Dipp. Dr. Dipp is a co-founder and Partner of Longwood Fund, having co-founded Longwood portfolio companies Axial Biotherapeutics and OvaScience, both of which she now serves as Chairman of the Board. She previously served as the CEO of Alnara Pharmaceuticals (acquired by Eli Lilly), Veraste ...…
Jamie Coleman is proud of where her HBCU experience has led her. The alumna of Alabama State wrote an inspiring piece for Rolling Out about how her HBCU experience led to an offer from Google. The former All-SWAC volleyball standout joined the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast to discuss her path to Alabama State and the success that has followed. In part ...…
Amanda Knox is a Seattle woman who spent almost four years in an Italian prison following her conviction for the 2007 murder of Meredith Kercher, a fellow exchange student who shared her apartment. Did she do it? Did she cover up for someone else? Well, this episode won't answer any questions you may have but listen in for an interview with sea ...…
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