Next Stop: Gothenburg

Next Stop Gothenburg - The Comeback!

Arturo, Alina and Sarah

It took some time for this next stop but we are back! Six fresh faces will keep you company on your Saturdays at 1pm and together we will continue exploring this beautiful city, its culture, activities and people! Tune in to our first episode and meet half of the crew: Sarah, Alina and Arturo will share their first impressions of the city and tell you of the successes and misfortunes they experienced during their travels.

Arturo, Alina and Sarah

Next stop Gothenburg meets Elin Götmark

Elin Götmark is a lecturer at the department of Algebra and Geometry at the Department of Mathematical Sciences. She also belongs to the organization Skydda Skogen (Protect the forest) who works for protecting forest and commits to influence the Swedish environmental movement. We are talking about the current situation of Swedish forests. Reporter in this program is Lea Renaud.

Next Stop Gothenburg - EP. 1 Transportation

In this week's episode, we talk with Layla van der Oord - a cyclist from The Netherlands who works with Foodora here in Gothenburg. We explore the differences in getting around the two cities and the various approaches to transportation culture.

If you are interested in becoming a Foodora Rider, you can support Layla at this link:

Intro / outro music by Kevin Macleod.

A bit of everything: Activities in the city, favorite places, Ultimate frisbee and upcoming European Elections!


This week's episode is all about what you can do in town! From Chalmers Balloon Club to Ultimate Frisbee and Shooting, listen to us on Saturday at 1pm to learn more about how to keep yourself busy. We are also sending a little ***REMINDER*** for the upcoming elections. If you are wondering which elections are coming up... then let me tell you it is the EUROPEAN ELECTIONS!! All about the election campaign #thistimeimvoting and why we think it is important to vote, even if you are not at home but maybe studying abroad! Be a good citizen and go vote!
We are sharing some of our secret spots and sports with you, so don't miss our ultimate tips for where to get the best Kladkaka in town or where to find (Ulti-)mates.. while playing Ultimate! Well before the ultimate puns get out of control let me tell you: a great episode awaits you on saturday at 1 pm!

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Stay excited!!
Marie and Karina

What is the Cortege? Facts about Couchsurfing with a *Special Guest* from Uruguay and Tips for Munich

The easter weekend is over and we are talking about easter egg hunting, what happened in the city and what events are coming up in the next days. While Karina is spending hours and hours on the builing site at Chalmers to get ready for the Cortege, a big parade in Gothenburg that is happening next week on Valborg, we are chatting in the studio about travelling and couchsurfing. This time joined by a really spontaneous guest Clara coming all the way from Uruguay. She is sharing her first hand experience on how to use the travel and socializing platform couchsurfing.

Stay exited and dont forget to tune in on saturday at 1 pm!

#nextstopgothenburg #k103 #studentradio #everysatuarday #1pm #staytuned #courchsurfing #uruguay #specialguest #swedishcorner #cortege #travelling

Spring in Gothenburg, Daytrip to Oslo and Easter Traditions

At the moment it is still next stop: Haga for Karina and Marie. They have been planning the next show in the sunny city which will be aired next Saturday the 13th of April at 1 o'clock. It will be "Next Stop: Gothenburg" on K103 Göteborgs Studentradio again. They talk about Easter traditions, a daytrip to Oslo and what you can see there, how much are the fries at Burgerking and how you get around the city. Besides this they will share their observations what Swedes do when the first sun comes out. Tune in on K103 Göteborgs Studentradio next Saturday at 1pm!!

The weekend is close, stay strong allihopa!

#fika #haga #eastertraditions #påsk #påskris #påskkärring #olso #architechture #nextstopgothenburg #k103 #studentradio #everysatuarday #1pm #staytuned

Next Stop: Gothenburg

Start your christmas break with your boys and girls from Next Stop: Gothenburg. In this last episode of the year the team looks back on their experiences in Göteborg with Music, Food and Loveee. On top of that, one of the most important people in town visits the studio: Jeff Marker, bartender at King’s Head ánd Queen’s Head.

Tune in on Saturday 22 December at 13:00 to radio K103, or listen to it as a podcast on mixcloud.

Next Stop: Gothenburg

The five-membered crew for this episode.

Christmas is coming! You can feel it, you can smell it, but mostly you can see it like a light in the darkness. In the fifth episode of NSG we marvel over the wonderful Christmas customs in this beautiful country. We welcome Swedish musician Felicia Elmgren Romero for an interview and a song and ask Kato from Belgium about her exchange experience. And Matteo gives an overview of cultural events during the december month.

Want to hear more of Felicia? You can follow her on her soundcloud page:

The five-membered crew for this episode.

Two songwriters from Olof Open Stag, psychological tips from Akademi Hälsan and how Esn works

We had a lot of fun this time. Eliott and Matteo (yes, our own Matteo) are two of the artists who played in the last Olof Open Stage. We interviewed them and let them perform their own songs in our studio. Besides, we interviewed a student from ESN Gothenburg and had a talk with Bryan, a counsuler and psychologist from Akademi Hälsan, whom gives us some tips about how to deal with very common issues among student such as procrastination and sense of guilt. This and more on this episode of Next Stop Gothenburg.

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Next Stop: How to get ready to the swedish winter

The swedish winter is coming. Many of us will finally see how it feels like to experience it. In the third episode of this new season Erne and Freyan interview Nills, the guy from GU who sent us all the mail with tips about swedish winter (how many layers of clothes should we wear? How much chocolate should we eat?). The Finnish exchange student Tommy will chat a bit about the differences between Finland and Sweden, the way they get ready to the winter and the ”sauna culture”. Lastly, Matteo will tell us the stories of Rene Descartes and Michelle Foucault. The former was forced by the Queen Kristina of Sweden to wake up in the early morning to lecture her in philosophy and eventually died of pleunoma.
The latter wrote the first draft of Madness and Civilisation in Sweden but it was rejected by Uppsala University and he came back to France disappointed by the rejection as well as by the ”swedish gloom”.

This and so much more in the new episode.

What is special about student life in Gothenburg? Our international students will try to find the answer!

Next Stop: Gothenburg is the radioshow/podcast for international students in Gothenburg and anywhere else in the world.


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