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Do you know what “Chapters” are?

If you’re a new student arriving in autumn, you’ll sooner or later see groups on campus, dancing or chanting and wearing “weird” clothes. At least that were my first thoughts when I arrived in autumn 2019 and saw people in different corners of the campus dancing and playing music. I know what you might think … Continue reading “Do you know what “Chapters” are?”

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”

Happy fettisdagen!

Today, we celebrate fettisdagen in Sweden 🥳 “Fettisdagen” literally means “fat Tuesday” and the name comes from the Catholic celebration of Shrove Tuesday. Back in the days, fat Tuesday was the last day before fasting begins. Hence people used the final day before fasting to eat rich or fat food. Nowadays, the day mostly lost … Continue reading “Happy fettisdagen!”

Have you ever wondered …

It’s quiz time! We thought that it’s time to get you into a weekend puzzle mood. Ivan, our Instagram curator has prepared a quiz about KTH for you in our Instagram story – did you see it already? Before you go on reading, you should check it out and test your knowledge – just click … Continue reading “Have you ever wondered …”

2020 – what a ride it has been

2020 – a year probably no one of us saw turning out like that when it began in January. Back then, all I was thinking about was the Spring 2020 International Reception, that welcomed all new students from January 14th on. We had two weeks full of events, fun and new experiences! Also, student life … Continue reading “2020 – what a ride it has been”

Diversity in group works

From the very beginning of my master’s studies at KTH it was all about group work, either for longer projects or even short reports that you had to hand in during the period. I think that group works are a very engaging way of teaching and learning compared to lectures, where you basically only listen … Continue reading “Diversity in group works”