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Reminder: application deadline for KTH Accommodation 

May 31st is the last day when newcoming international master’s students can apply for staying at KTH Accommodation during their first year.  This is a fantastic chance you don’t want to miss! Looking back to last year, I’m so glad that I decided to rent a studio on campus! Finding accommodation in Stockholm can be … Continue reading “Reminder: application deadline for KTH Accommodation “

What to pack for Sweden: do’s and don’ts

If you’re about to join KTH for the upcoming semester, this post might be just in time for you. As we will talk about something that brings a lot of stress to everybody who is moving to a new country for a long time, packing your stuff. Don’t panic! I’ve been there, too. So in … Continue reading “What to pack for Sweden: do’s and don’ts”

Where to live in Stockholm?

Looking for accommodation in Stockholm? It can be difficult to know where to look, especially if you haven’t visited the city before. Although it’s impossible to sum up a city in a single post, I’m going to try give a little overview of the areas where international students usually live. This might help you to … Continue reading “Where to live in Stockholm?”

Stockholm Accommodation Tips 

At this time of year, newly admitted students are usually searching for accommodation around Stockholm for August. The application for housing through KTH opens this Sunday, the 1st of May, so check out the KTH Accommodation page to apply or find out more about this. You can also check out some previous blogs to get … Continue reading “Stockholm Accommodation Tips “

Second-hand furniture hunting

Sweden is all about second-hand shopping. There’s a whole philosophy called 3Rs: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and it aims at cutting down on the amount of waste we throw away. Reusing things multiple times and selling them when you don’t need them anymore makes much economic and environmental sense. And you can also appreciate it while … Continue reading “Second-hand furniture hunting”

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”