Cost of Living in Sweden – 2020

The first question I asked my seniors and the one question I get asked the most from students who want to study at KTH is “How expensive is Sweden?”And the answer I usually give is “Its as expensive and inexpensive as you want it to be.” So, I thought of writing about my monthly expenses … Continue reading “Cost of Living in Sweden – 2020”

Time Optimised Grocery Shopping in Stockholm

As students, we are exhausted trying to find a balance between studies, travelling, hobbies, everyday errands, parties and relationships. Its seems like we barely find time to rest and do nothing. The past few weeks of this study period have been about making to-do lists for the coming days and working the tails off in … Continue reading “Time Optimised Grocery Shopping in Stockholm”

Grocery Shopping in Stockholm

If there is anything we cannot avoid, no matter how much we want to save, it is grocery shopping. In Sweden or better still, I should say, Stockholm (my personal experience is within Stockholm), optimal grocery shopping is a skill. I am not exaggerating – two students can write the same item list for shopping … Continue reading “Grocery Shopping in Stockholm”

Cost of living in Sweden – 2019

Recall I mentioned in the last post that another ‘hot’ topic would be addressed? I guess the title dismisses the element of surprise on the subject matter that I will be sharing on… “I hear Stockholm is expensive? Is this true?” ” What should my average budget be like every month?” I dare say for … Continue reading “Cost of living in Sweden – 2019”

FAQ-Are there job opportunities in Sweden?

As the admission results date draws nigh, this has to be the question that I have received the most from different students. My answer might be glaring, considering I have worked/ still working, and I have friends that have had jobs ever since they got to Sweden. In fact, I was just over the moon … Continue reading “FAQ-Are there job opportunities in Sweden?”

Who is it to blame?

Plastic. It seems that this word is a hot topic in every other article on the internet. From the amount of plastic in the oceans, to innovative technologies trying to re-incorporate it to the value chain, “plastic” has become the centre of attention to policy makers, scientist, producers and consumers; and as you all know, … Continue reading “Who is it to blame?”