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Newly Admitted in KTH? What to do in July?

July is an exciting time! The countdown begins on your arrival to KTH. The air would be filled with eagerness and curiosity about starting a new phase of life in Sweden. Final preparations would be in full swing to gather items to pack and wait anxiously for the decision on the residence permit decision. In … Continue reading “Newly Admitted in KTH? What to do in July?”

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?”

It is the “Call-up Week”

Its been a week since the admission results have been announced. We would understand that you will have lots of uncertainties in your mind. I had a million doubts in my head when I received my admission results. Maria sums it up perfectly in the previous blog. KTH assists students to decode this uncertainty through … Continue reading “It is the “Call-up Week””

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”