In a previous blog post, I wrote about the 60-credit one-year MSc in solar energy engineering. In this one, I’m writing about the two-year 120-credit master program. Why should you select it in the first place? What are the differences and the extra? For me, I need to be honest, I regret not selecting the… Read More Solar Energy Engineering: Why Two-Year?
If you decided or thinking about studying a master degree program in Sweden, this blog will be useful and take you through most of the admission process and scholarship opportunities. Since almost everything is done online, Sweden has a single straightforward website called universityadmissions.se where you can apply for all master programs at the same time… Read More Admissions and Scholarships
Cultural Awareness in Tourism and Hospitality I really enjoyed this course! I was very pleased to see it come up as an option on the third year schedule as a course we could select to ‘construct’ our degree year as a course module option. I love cultural courses as I am a ‘people’ person and… Read More ITM third year course reviews
This year at Dalarna University, I decided to try something new. It was the first time I took an online course here. In your third year studying International Tourism Management, the third year is a bit more flexible than the other two previous years. You can either choose to go abroad and study at a… Read More Online Russian Couse Review
As you may know, studying engineering isn’t that easy all over the world, not to mention doing masters, so you can imagine! I study the 60-credit one-year MSc in solar energy engineering. It’s based on taught courses more than research but with a 15-credit short project thesis for three months. Besides the thesis, this program… Read More Solar Energy Engineering: One-year Study System
After having been abroad for a year, I returned to Dalarna University this August, and made my first visit to Borlänge campus in October. Upon arrival, I was surprised to see such a difference in the campus layout and interior design! I then remembered that while I was away, there had been some changes to… Read More Borlänge Campus’s ‘new’ Renovations
You may have heard that “Engineering students don’t go for parties”, but is it for real? Well, it isn’t completely true. It depends on your deadlines. This past Halloween there was a party organized in Locus (the hostel). I met a friend in the kitchen and asked him if he is going to the party… Read More Dealing with deadline stress