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How to find a place to live in Stockholm – outside a student housing

If you’ll start as a new student this autumn at KTH, you’re probably already super excited about your new adventure! But maybe, you’re also wondering, where you should live? How should you find a new place to stay? This blog post will solve your questions regarding living outside a student housing. In the next days, … Continue reading “How to find a place to live in Stockholm – outside a student housing”

Why you should accept your study offer for KTH

One week ago, the admission results for the autumn semester were released. Maybe, you’re one of the lucky people, that have received an offer? Congratulations for being accepted! 🤩 I’m sure many of you have waited for a long time to finally get their results, and probably some of you are already super excited and … Continue reading “Why you should accept your study offer for KTH”

Winter was here…

Today marks the end of another long cold winter and the beginning of colourful spring. The temperatures are going to be warm again and the ground lot greener. And of course, the snow would be missed. Winter painted the landscape around us in white resembling a beautiful, happy bride. Snow skates and sledges were the … Continue reading “Winter was here…”

Sweden – A home for the most innovative global companies

Sweden is the hub of innovation fostering companies that have grown to be global leaders. From the key card that opens your doors in hotels, to the minimalistic IKEA furniture, with the famous Volvos to fashion brands such as H&M, Sweden has been home to world-changing companies. In this blog post, I take you through … Continue reading “Sweden – A home for the most innovative global companies”

A day in Skansen

Skansen is the world’s oldest open-air museum, situated on Djurgarden in Stockholm. The museum was first opened in 1891 and has been attracting visitors from all over the world. Skansen shows Sweden’s history, houses and farmsteads as well as animals living in Sweden. The open-air museum is 300,000 m² large, so you have a lot … Continue reading “A day in Skansen”

Winter runs are so much fun

It was a Christmas miracle… well not really. But Stockholm received its first snowfall on the day of Christmas. So it’s up to you to decide if it was a miracle or not. And since then Stockholm has been painted in white snow and the skyline painted with orange rays of the early falling sun. … Continue reading “Winter runs are so much fun”