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A day of Sustainable life at KTH Main Campus – Events at KTH with a Sustainability focus

If there is anything KTH is widely known for, it’s her push for sustainable development. In fact, KTH was ranked in 2019 as one of the top ten schools in the world, based on UN sustainable development goals. Taking second place for working conditions, third place for innovation and ninth place for climate action. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that we have an active sustainability office.

As a student at KTH, I dare say my time as a student at KTH has sure changed my way of thinking and habits into constantly thinking of sustainable ways of getting things done and habits that will help mitigate the effects of climate change.

In this week before lectures resume, there are so many activities going on at KTH (Tip: pay attention to your mails and the events section on the KTH website, you definitely do not want to miss out on these!!). With this in mind, I decided to share all the events happening this week that are focused on sustainability.

KTH ReUse and ReCycle day at Campus Fair – August,21st

I know, I know I did not give you time to plan ahead. Seeing that this post is coming up on the 20th. Sorry for this. I will make up for this with some interesting info at the end of this post (I promise you’ll be glad you read this post in the end 😁😁). Many different things would be happening on this day on campus. If you own a bike or would like to own one (for free), I’ll bet you would not want to miss the bike day program at 10:00 -14:00. Come along with your bikes as you will be able to get some minor bike services FOR FREE.

The same time the bike day program is going on, the pop-up ReUSe is running simultaneously as well. Do you have any item you’ll love to recycle? If you’re not certain about how to recycle an item, bring it along with you and the team in charge will help out! More so, you can check out the items being dropped and who knows, you might find something you would like. If you do, feel free to pick up and ReUSe 😉

Lunch Seminar: Beyond Recycling

One thing we all love about lunch seminars is, FREE LUNCH!!! I mean lunch seminars is the fusion of every student’s wishlist – learning something that will be beneficial to them + free food. In this lunch seminar, the Vice Mayor of Environment and Climate, Stockholm together with the Vice President for Sustainability at KTH will be in attendance. In addition, the underlying topic is one of broad and current interest on the minds of everyone – Sustainable consumption…

I would leave it at this, attend these events and you’ll be glad you made it;)

For more information, on all three events, click here.

KTH Sustainability Office is Recruiting!!!

I told you this post will be worth it!!

Do you have an interest in sustainable development? Do you possess great communication skills? Are you solutions-oriented?

If your answer is yes to all these, why not give it a try and apply for this open position within KTH Sustainability office. For more informatin about the position, click here. The deadline is the 31st August. In my opinion, I would say, you should give it a shot if you’re reading this post because you stand a chance to learn sooo much while working on this very flexible part-time position.

That’s all for the events and my special announcement!

Till next time,


4 thoughts on “A day of Sustainable life at KTH Main Campus – Events at KTH with a Sustainability focus”

  1. Hello Oluchi pls how do I apply for my masters program with . In Engineering programs for autum 2020. Thanks

    1. Hi Christian, keep an eye on the actual programs you are interested in, the application period starts in the middle of October for most programs. Application requirements differ from program to program but all that is needed for the application will be found on the programme’s page at KTH website

  2. Hi Oluchi! I’m a young female Nigerian. I studied mechanical engineering at the Federal University of Technology, Akure. I specialised in ecosystems engineering in my final year. I graduated a few months ago, and I’ve been surfing the internet for a school with the best tailored program for acquiring a masters degree in environmental engineering, so I stumbled on KTH… I’m a fan!… That’s pretty much all I have to say. Lol (I know I’ve said a lot already). I had questions, but I’ve learnt a lot from reading your posts for a few hours today. I must confess, I’m stuck on it! I don’t know if you hear this a lot, but you’re doing a great job. Keep it up!

    1. Hi Titi, Thanks for the compliment!!I’m elated that you enjoyed reading my blog posts and glad that they have also been helpful 🙂

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