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Things you can look forward to in Stockholm

Moving to a new country or a new city is one of the most exciting parts of being an international student. A new city means new culture and traditions, new people to meet and new places to explore. It is as refreshing as the beginning of spring where one has the opportunity to start all … Continue reading “Things you can look forward to in Stockholm”

Why did I choose KTH?

“Every choice you make makes you”. There are plenty of choices we have with respect to choosing our study destination. Every choice comes with its unique advantages and disadvantages. We try to understand the pro and cons of the choice in front of us and finally decide on what seems to be the perfect fit … Continue reading “Why did I choose KTH?”

Life of a Thesis Student

The final semester of the master’s programme is dedicated to conducting a master’s degree project (or also commonly referred to as a thesis project) worth 30 ECTS credits. Students choose to pursue the projects either at the university or at a company. I am doing the degree project at Husqvarna Construction on the topic of … Continue reading “Life of a Thesis Student”

A Week in Götheborg

Trams moving across the streets, turning through sharp corners, clobbered streets alongside the water canals, Götheborg is a city that gives the feels of Venice. This week, I had a wonderful opportunity to stay and work in Götheborg, thanks to Husqvarna where I am doing my Master thesis. “Der April macht was er will” is a … Continue reading “A Week in Götheborg”

On a trip to Gothenburg

A bit more than a year ago, in March 2020, just before covid really hit Sweden, I travelled to Gothenburg. A lot of my friends told me before: be prepared for bad weather – so I took cloths for basically every kind of season with me. Because, what do the Swedes like to say? “There’s … Continue reading “On a trip to Gothenburg”

Means of travelling through Sweden

Once summer is coming along (and the covid-19 cases hopefully decreasing), you might want to travel a bit around the country. With its length of ~ 1600 kilometres, Sweden is a large country with lots to see both north and south of Stockholm! 🤩 For this, I would like to share some of my experiences … Continue reading “Means of travelling through Sweden”