Skip to content

Student organizations @ KTH that promote student’s growth

In all my blogs, I have repeatedly said that KTH to me, is more than just the four walls of the classroom. It is the numerous opportunities that is available on campus and contributes to a student’s overall growth. Like I promised in my previous blog to write about the student’s organisation at KTH, in … Continue reading “Student organizations @ KTH that promote student’s growth”

Extra-Curriculums at KTH

Being at KTH offers a wide range of opportunities that we as students can explore for personal and professional growth. The campus is buzzing with jobs, activities, and events where one could volunteer for. This would help in socializing and making new friends and also we get to learn a lot. So here is a … Continue reading “Extra-Curriculums at KTH”

A year at KTH – Storytime

An ending, a new beginning, unknown country and unfamiliar culture. An air of excitement and a storm of anxiety. A 17 m^2 home and a country with a population of the city I lived in. Hej hej, tack and ursäkta; new languages and new faces. The campus filled with high dreams and ambitions, and soft … Continue reading “A year at KTH – Storytime”

Summer of 2020 with EIT Climate Kic Journey

With Covid-19, this was one of the most uncertain summers in my life. At the end of my spring semester, I had no clue whether I should take up a summer job (if I get one), go back on a vacation to India, plan a vacation across Europe or just chill in Sweden. And apart … Continue reading “Summer of 2020 with EIT Climate Kic Journey”

KTH Innovation Awaits You

Coming miles away from home to Sweden, I was hoping that it just wasn’t to attend lectures and write examinations and get a formal degree. I was expecting that there would be much more than the four walls of the lecture halls. I wanted to explore and expand beyond academics but inline with my personal … Continue reading “KTH Innovation Awaits You”

FAQs by newly admitted students

Last April was one of the most uncertain times with regard to my career choices. I had offers from US, German, Dutch and Swedish universities. There was a ton of questions running in my mind about what each country and each university holds for me. Fortunately, KTH offered a call-up week with one of the … Continue reading “FAQs by newly admitted students”