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What’s typically Swedish?

Köttbullar, nature, IKEA and the royal family. This is what comes to your mind when thinking about Sweden? Then you should definitely come and see yourself, that Sweden is much more than that! But what is more out of the cliché-box and what is actually typically Swedish?   Cinnamon vs Cardamom You can hear Swedes … Continue reading “What’s typically Swedish?”

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”

Sweden-India Mobility Hackathon

Student competitions are one of the most fascinating events considering how young talent can be mobilised and directed towards solving real-world challenges. It also exposes students to network with the people from industries and universities which more often opens up new possibilities. Sweden-India mobility hackathon is another such event organised by the Swedish Institute (SI). … Continue reading “Sweden-India Mobility Hackathon”

The home of Emil of Lönneberga

When Christmas comes closer, so does the New Year. These times are usually there for relaxing, looking ahead, but also thinking about what you’ve experienced this year. And as the weather is cold and it’s dark outside, I like to remember what I’ve explored during my first summer in Sweden. I’m very thankful that back … Continue reading “The home of Emil of Lönneberga”

13th December – Lucia

One year ago, to be exact, on the 12th of December 2019, everyone of my friends was discussing about the Lucia celebrations in the KTH library. You might be wondering, what the discussion was about?We were debating whether it’s worth to get up super early the next day (the 13th of December) to come and … Continue reading “13th December – Lucia”

Why did I choose to study at KTH?

When I approached the finish line of my bachelor studies in 2019 it was quite clear for me that I wanted to deepen my academic knowledge and start my master’s right away. I could’ve stayed at my bachelor’s university in Stuttgart as it offered several master’s degrees in the media field as well. So why … Continue reading “Why did I choose to study at KTH?”