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Sweden – A home for the most innovative global companies

Sweden is the hub of innovation fostering companies that have grown to be global leaders. From the key card that opens your doors in hotels, to the minimalistic IKEA furniture, with the famous Volvos to fashion brands such as H&M, Sweden has been home to world-changing companies. In this blog post, I take you through … Continue reading “Sweden – A home for the most innovative global companies”

What happens after graduation?

Can you believe that it’s already mid-March again? Time flies by so fast! ⏰ As you might already know, I’m currently writing my master’s thesis. And apart from creating a timeline for the work, researching and starting to write things down, I also started to think about what I should do after I finished university … Continue reading “What happens after graduation?”

A day in Skansen

Skansen is the world’s oldest open-air museum, situated on Djurgarden in Stockholm. The museum was first opened in 1891 and has been attracting visitors from all over the world. Skansen shows Sweden’s history, houses and farmsteads as well as animals living in Sweden. The open-air museum is 300,000 m² large, so you have a lot … Continue reading “A day in Skansen”

Meet the student organisation “Malvina”

All over the world, we celebrate International women’s day today! At KTH, equality and diversity are two very important pillars of the daily life. One organisation that especially stands up for female and non-binary students lives on campus is Malvina and I have talked to Luise, one of the presidents of Malvina about what they … Continue reading “Meet the student organisation “Malvina””

Vaxholm – the capital of Stockholms archipelago

Did you know that Stockholm’s archipelago consists of approximately 24,000 islands? Amazing, isn’t it? 🤩 One of the most popular islands is Vaxholm, north-west of Stockholm. Last year in summer, I went there to spend my birthday on this pretty island. You can go to Vaxholm via boat or by subway and bus. There is … Continue reading “Vaxholm – the capital of Stockholms archipelago”