Places to Visit around Lappis

While the quarantine is pushing us to boredom in our rooms, the sun is calling us out to enjoy its warmth. Lappis is surrounded by nature having beautiful spots to take in that sunshine we have missed out for the past few months. In this blog, I take you along these wonderful places around Lappis. … Continue reading “Places to Visit around Lappis”

Under the Sun in Stockholm

Now that the examination is over and the sun is out, it is time for us to relax and explore activities. This study period would be remembered for being most different; with zoom classes, zoom projects, zoom exams. Its time to quite online and head out into the sun (with social distancing of course!). So … Continue reading “Under the Sun in Stockholm”

Living in a garden -Kungshamra

If you want the experience the same social vibe of Lappis but still stay in a less noisy locality with gardens and lakes around, then Kungshamra is the place for you. The model of Kungshamra is quite similar to that of Lappis, with a communal kitchen and private rooms and bathrooms. However, it is much … Continue reading “Living in a garden -Kungshamra”

Skrapan – Living in the Centre of Stockholm

In my last weeks’ post, we travelled through life at Lappis. This week, we explore other student accommodation – Skrapan. If you are the one who isn’t comfortable sharing your kitchen with 10 other people or doesn’t want a party place like Lappis but still wants to be in the centre of Stockholm, then Skrapan … Continue reading “Skrapan – Living in the Centre of Stockholm”

5 Swedish words to learn before coming to Sweden

The most intriguing thing I had in my mind before coming to Sweden was if I could survive in Sweden without any background in Swedish. The answer is Yes. Most of the Swedish people can easily understand and speak English. But it is fun to learn a new language and converse with people who speak … Continue reading “5 Swedish words to learn before coming to Sweden”

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”