Radboud Go Abroadcast
Are you a (Dutch-speaking) student who spent a part of your studies abroad? And do you want to share your (good and bad) experiences about this with others? We would like to talk to you during an episode of the Radboud Go Abroadcast. If you’re interested, please get in touch by sending an email to Maaike.vangerven [at] ru.nl (Maaike[dot]vangerven[at]ru[dot]nl). We will record the episodes on 6, 9, 15 and 20 December.
The Radboud Go Abroadcast is a podcast about studying abroad. Listeners will be taken through the whole process of studying abroad: from the choice to study abroad to the moment you come back home, and all the good and bad things in-between. The first episode of the Radboud Go Abroadcast will air soon.
Are you an international student and have you experienced difficulties during your stay in The Netherlands? We would love to hear about those in an episode of Bottle Up. Get in touch by sending an email to studentenwelzijn [at] ru.nl (studentenwelzijn[at]ru[dot]nl).
Bottle Up is a podcast from Radboud University about struggles. In each episode, host Emma talks about this topic with an international student. What was hard during the first phase in the Netherlands? What is still bothering international students? It is time to talk about these issues and help each other out. We all struggle from time to time, so let’s cheer to the things we Bottle Up!
Are you a (Dutch-speaking) student with a fail story about work-related struggles? Did you have a student job that turned out to be disappointing, do job interviews cause you a lot of stress? We would like to talk to you about these struggles during an episode of Prutswerk. Get in touch by sending an email to studentenwelzijn [at] ru.nl (studentenwelzijn[at]ru[dot]nl).
PRUTSWERK is a podcast series about failing, created by students of Radboud University. In twenty-minute episodes, host Lianne discusses with various 'failure experts' what did not go completely smoothly in their lives, and how they look back on it now. Because, let's face it, a day never goes by without making any mistakes.
Would you like to discuss your experiences at Radboud University with an alumnus? For a new video series, we’re looking for students who’d like to talk to a parent or grandparent who studied at our university in the past. This can be their own family member, but could also be an alumnus they’ve never met before. Have the campus, student life, and study programmes changed between generations? Or are there things that have stayed the same? We’d love to hear about it. Get in touch by sending an email to communicatie [at] ru.nl (communicatie[at]ru[dot]nl). Recording will take place in January and February.