As I near the end of my journey as a student at KTH and transform into a proud KTH alumni, I look back at the last two years with gratitude and gratefulness. Everything that happened to me with regard to academics, personal and professional aspects has helped me accelerate my growth as an individual. It will feel a little weird tomorrow when I realise I am no longer writing blogs since this has been the routine for past two years. But I hope my blogs have been helpful to you in anyways it can. As a goodbye….Here is my final reflections on the last two years of life at KTH.
The master programme definitely lived up to the expectations it projected. There was immense learning from the lectures and the course work. The best thing about the course was the group work where I got multiple opportunity to learn from my peers as well. The group work also made the courses enjoyable with more focus on live practical projects than written examinations. The professors were highly knowledgeable and supported me in every aspect of learning to a high degree.
Stockholm as a city nurtures and accepts everyone into itself. It caters to everyone’s interest be it from offering an adventurous hiking trail to a happening nightlife. It has offered many beautiful midnight sunrises and afternoon sunsets; snow on Christmas; city landscapes and roads that stay in my memory for a long time.
Staying at a student accommodation such as Lappis enhances one’s student experience. The sheer number of memories created in these tiny corridors will take an enormous space in my mind and heart. The strangers I met here and shared the corridor are now great friends who shared a seat on the rollercoaster ride since the last two years.
I will continue to stay in Sweden for some more time where I work with a Swedish company in Gothenburg. I work as process development specialist which aligns with my education at KTH. As I look back, it feels like a journey worth the ride.
Tack Så Mycket & Hej Då