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Wondering about KTH from afar? Check this out..

As you might have heard this week, the application period for KTH is now officially open!  Maybe you’re already certain that KTH is right for you. But maybe you’re wondering how you could commit to studying across the world in a place you’ve never been… Well, let me let you in on a little secret: … Continue reading “Wondering about KTH from afar? Check this out..”

Saving Money in Stockholm: Five Tips for Students

Ah, the lifestyle of a student… Our schedule is grounded in our studies, but we also have a high degree of flexibility compared to working professionals. We get to be part of a concentrated community of young people while also living on our own as young adults. We work hard, but we get to have … Continue reading “Saving Money in Stockholm: Five Tips for Students”

My Night at the Museum: Nobel edition

The Nobel Prize 2021 As you might have heard or read in the news this week, the 2021 Nobel Prize winners have been announced! But, did you know? This prestigious award has its roots in Sweden, and Stockholm plays quite a special role in the annual celebrations. For starters – its founder, Alfred Nobel, was … Continue reading “My Night at the Museum: Nobel edition”

KTH Accommodation Review

Life in a Teknikringen shared apartment Recently, the other bloggers have posted reviews of their experience in different types of student accommodation around Stockholm. Valerie wrote about her Malvinas väg studio apartment. Declan talked about shared corridor living in Kungshamra. And I’m going to wrap things up with a pros/cons review of my shared 3-bedroom … Continue reading “KTH Accommodation Review”

Study Season

Happy autumnal equinox! If you weren’t counting down the days in anticipation, no worries. It’s not a day I necessarily bookmark from year to year, but my internal clock evidently felt it approaching — Over the weekend, I packed away my summer clothes and swapped in my cold-weather wardrobe to better suit Stockholm’s 11 C … Continue reading “Study Season”

KTH Scholarships

Master’s students from countries outside the EU/EEA or Switzerland are generally required to pay tuition fees at KTH. For most of us international master’s students, that is probably not surprising – higher education isn’t free in most of the countries we call home. But! Don’t give up just yet… Whether you’re considering an academic future … Continue reading “KTH Scholarships”