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?
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Episode Four - Housing hints, tips and experiences
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!
Show notes - links out!
Accommodation for students broadly in Sweden
- hints and tips:
Stockholm University Housing Association - https://www.sssb.se/en/
Tips from Göteborg/Gothenburg University on student housing -
Uppsala University Housing -
Lund University Housing -
Linköping University Housing -
Umeå University Housing -
Malmö University Housing -
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My Swedish Område: Episode 3 - Flogsta
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:
My Swedish Område: Episode Two - Klippan
In this second epsiode of My Swedish Område, Sanjay and Emma talk about the small Swedish town of Klippan in Southern Sweden.
My Swedish Område: Episode One - Södermalm
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 of Mariatorget, Hornstull and Sofia on the island of Södermalm in Stockholm. Though this episode has run into a few technical difficulties, hopefully it will give you a flavour of how different types of people come and study, live and settle in Sweden.