Studying and Playing Baseball in the Netherlands
In this week’s episode, Jenn discusses with Adam, a US student currently studying in Rotterdam. Our guest talks about a number of his experiences beyond the States, including the fact that he plays competitive baseball in the Netherlands.
Learn more about Adam’s background, how it looks like to study as an international student in Europe, and the main differences between the US and EU school systems. Moreover, find out how American students get used to European life, especially during the COVID era. Tune in and hear out firsthand from our young, and yet so mature guest, Adam!
“You’re going to learn 10% in the classroom. Plant seed and water the relationships. That’s where you really learn from, the people you connect with.” Adam’s Dad
What you will hear in this episode:
- How hard it’s for international students to adapt to Europe
- The differences between US & EU school system
- Why US university campuses are like a bubble, while EU student residences make you bonded with the city and academic community
- Off the pressure: Leisure of EU collegian sports
- Which “Greek System” is better?
- Where do students go after their first years in the student residence?
- Adam’s family background: Support, preparation, motivation
- How you can play “pro” baseball in Europe
- Minor & Major plans of a student and how does COVID affect them
- Covid Progress in Europe podcast
- Adam Housing podcast
- Study Abroad and Erasmus podcast
- The Europeans podcast
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