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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”

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”

My projects in Internet Marketing

In the fall, I’ve done two group projects during period 2 that I would like to share with you today. The projects were part of the elective course “Internet Marketing” (ME2094) and only a basic course in Marketing is a prerequisite to take the course. It focuses on digital marketing and strategy and to complete … Continue reading “My projects in Internet Marketing”

500 days of Sweden

It has been a little more than 500 days since I landed in Stockholm. 500 days of joy, missing home, exploring a new country, missing some old friends, meeting new people, learning a new language. More importantly, it has been 500 days of immense learnings. Not just learning from the university, but also from people … Continue reading “500 days of Sweden”

Master’s Programmes and Sustainability

If you ever want to witness true, undeterred commitment towards sustainability and the UN sustainable development goals (SDGs), Sweden offers you the sweet front row seats to observe the hustle. I have seen it engrained in everyone’s mind and actions. It’s common to see second-hand market stores where electrical products, clothes, furniture are recycled and … Continue reading “Master’s Programmes and Sustainability”

A normal day at KTH

It has been a long time since days at university were “normal”. Covid-19 had a huge impact on everyone’s lives and by now, we’re probably all quite used to meeting online, taking classes from home and writing online exams. However, I’m sure that I can say that we’re all looking forward that the campus is … Continue reading “A normal day at KTH”