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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”

Newly admitted at KTH? What to do in May?

It is a month since the admission results were announced. The air would be mixed with excitement and anxiety. I hope you did get to talk to the senior students of your master programme during the call-up week in the last month and it must have given you a sneak peek of the programme and … Continue reading “Newly admitted at KTH? What to do in May?”

What to do after getting selected to KTH?

First and foremost congratulations on making it to the universe of KTH. It’s surely is a well-deserved achievement in making it to the end, yet this is just the beginning. And for those who couldn’t make it just like I couldn’t two years ago, there is every reason to be disheartened, but apply with the … Continue reading “What to do after getting selected to KTH?”

KTH Arrival Days – August 2019

It’s that time of the year again!!! WOW! Time really flies!! Two years ago, my journey at KTH just began. On Thursday, KTH welcomed the new set of students to begin their studies at KTH. If you know me, you would know that any opportunity to give back is something I always jump at. So … Continue reading “KTH Arrival Days – August 2019”

Admitted at KTH? June Updates :)

Happy New Month!!! At this point, most of you have made the final decisions about having a master’s degree from KTH and I am super excited for you! KTH Facebook group for admitted students I received a question recently asking if there is a group in which newly admitted students can start discussing certain things … Continue reading “Admitted at KTH? June Updates :)”

Finding accommodation in Stockholm

Is it really that difficult to find accommodation? Should I really take KTH’s offer? How long would I need to be on the waiting list for sssb? What kind of accommodation did you stay in? Was it a hassle finding accommodation in the second year? At the end of the call-up week, I would say, … Continue reading “Finding accommodation in Stockholm”