So now that a lot has been written about accommodation in Borlänge, let’s get into a few finer details. An important thing, which we seemingly cannot survive without these days, is staying connected! I’m talking about setting up your Internet and phone connection. An Internet connection is not included in our accommodation. Neither is a… Read More Stay connected!
Taking off from my friend Katrin’s post on the general idea of housing in Borlänge, I want to tell you a bit more about one of the three student housing options that Tunabyggen offers – student housing 23. Bear with me, this could be a long post! General: Student house 23 is a building with… Read More Living in student house 23, Borlänge
Coming from India, for us, trips to Europe always had to be planned well in advance, very meticulously. We would have to keep an eye out for sudden inexpensive flight deals, to make a trip happen – simply because we were so far away that it took a lot of money to get to any… Read More Travel, travel, travel.
It’s been over six months now since I’ve lived in Borlänge and as you may have read in numerous posts, you really need to push yourself and go out there to make life here fun and active! To that effect, here’s my personal list of things you must do when in Borlänge. In no particular… Read More The Borlänge Bucket List
Most of you reading these posts are probably going to be full-time students at DU. Just in case, however, you are planning to enroll for standalone courses, maybe for one of the many languages taught here, then this post will tell you a bit more about the classes! Some courses at the university are entirely… Read More Connect @ DU
When you first move to a new country, a few common thoughts cross everyone’s mind – the culture, the language, the people and most importantly – food! That thought process is heightened when you come from a country like India, which is rich in its food culture. I was anxious to understand what kind of… Read More Life in Sweden 102 – Grocery Shopping!
My earliest memory of DU is the orientation ceremony for new students. I attended with my husband. Each course had an assigned mentor who would accompany them throughout the day, showing them the University and discussing their upcoming semester. I, of course, had no idea where to go – I had only signed up for… Read More Build your own identity