At the end of most university programs, it is required from you to write a thesis. However, before you do that it is important to get to know the methods of how you can do a proper research so that you can chose the best fitting method for your thesis research. This is what the… Read More Learning how to do a proper research
Every once in a while I enjoy looking through my calendar and going back to the same day exactly one year ago. Sometimes the days were uneventful but other days were much more important. I suppose I appreciate seeing how far I’ve come and the things that have happened in between then and now. You’re… Read More Exciting times are ahead!
When I told my friends I will study my Master in Sweden everyone’s reaction was mainly ‘Oh wow, but that will be so expensive!’. This might have been connected with a stereotype that Scandinavia is really expensive (in reality 3x in comparison to Czech republic) but I am sure you are wondering about the rough… Read More How much does Sweden cost?
As you might have read in some other blogs, there are plenty of activities to do here in Borlänge in the wintertime. You can, for example, go skating on Lake Runn of go skiing at Romme Alpin. Only downside with both of these activities is that they are a bit far away, and they cost… Read More Sled away!
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
If you’re reading this post, chances are that you are interested to know more about the solar programme at Dalarna University. Yes, the university website is thorough in detailing the syllabus, fee structure and the courses. But what I aim for with this post, is to help you out with understanding whether you should apply… Read More Solar Energy Studies at DU
End of first semester – Two days off and no plans? Take a cruise to neighbouring country Although the semester’s last written exam of solar thermal was tricky for most of the Solar energy engineering students, everyone was quite relieved since it marked the end of the extensive first semester. We had three days on our… Read More Cruising the Baltics – Stockholm to Helsinki