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Why you should accept your study offer for KTH

One week ago, the admission results for the autumn semester were released. Maybe, you’re one of the lucky people, that have received an offer? Congratulations for being accepted! 🤩 I’m sure many of you have waited for a long time to finally get their results, and probably some of you are already super excited and … Continue reading “Why you should accept your study offer for KTH”

Ask Away – Part 2

At the end of last week, the admission results for the autumn semester 2021 have been sent out – isn’t that exciting? 🤩 But with exciting times comes also a lot of questions which you could raise for example on our Instagram account during the past days. Vivek, my fellow student blogger has started to … Continue reading “Ask Away – Part 2”

Ask Away- Part 1

The wait is finally over! The admissions results are announced and I hope you made it through. If not, nothing is lost since there is always a next time. We understand that all the students will have loads of questions spiralling through their mind about a bunch of things like accommodations, tuition fees, what next, … Continue reading “Ask Away- Part 1”

Visit to Björnö National Park – Stockholm Archipelagos

It was a long Easter break, one that I was looking forward to amidst the stress to keep up with the thesis work. Given that the sun is out longer now, I planned to be in nature and spend time hiking and exploring parts of Stockholm I have never visit. Björnö national park was a … Continue reading “Visit to Björnö National Park – Stockholm Archipelagos”

Mental Health Support to KTH Students

Mental health is a serious topic relevant anywhere across the globe and constructive dialogues and awareness about it are now essential more than ever. It is understandable that students constantly are in a phase of stress and anxiety. Mental health, similar to physical health is something that should never be neglected. Thus, there are a … Continue reading “Mental Health Support to KTH Students”

Celebrating Easter in Sweden

Once the supermarkets have emptied out the Christmas leftovers, it doesn’t take long until the Easter sweets move into the shelves. Påsk, as Easter is called in Swedish, is coming up soon – so let’s see how the Swedes celebrate Easter and what traditions we can find. Even though Easter has its roots in religion … Continue reading “Celebrating Easter in Sweden”