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?
No matter how big or small a University is, one attribute is present in every university. That is the place where a student can use university resources – books, journals, periodicals and just not only that, library is the place where we can just do our academic work. The environment encourages us to focus and… Read More All about Dalarna University Libraries
Life is all about surviving and hacking. Don’t worry folks! I am not talking about hacking the computer system. In today’s blogpost, I am going to share some of the tips that can help you to spend your money wisely in Sweden. Before I moved to Borlänge, people always told me that Sweden is a… Read More Lifestyle Hacking
Have you ever thought that the money in your wallet can get replaced by enormous number of cards? Not really, Right! The city from where I came from, one always needs to carry cash for almost every transactions – from buying a small candy to pay bills. Therefore, when I moved to Sweden, the frequent… Read More Life in Sweden – It’s all about cards
I am personally a huge fan of 90’s popular sitcom FRIENDS. One of the Characters named Joey from FRIENDS visited England for the first time and during his entire journey he kept uttering – “It’s London, baby”. Folks, you might be wondering why I am mentioning about it in my blog. Because like Joey I… Read More Celebrating Christmas: Decoration
This is my first Christmas outside of my home Country as well as my first Christmas in Europe. I’m getting lots of new experiences every day. I had a few chances to get to know and taste some unique delicacies here. The Nordic region has so many unique cuisines and some of them are exclusive… Read More Celebrating Christmas: Foods and Drinks
One of the typical Christmas traditions in Sweden is building Pepparkakshus which means “Gingerbread house”. Before Christmas, you will start to see Gingerbread cookies and cakes invading the stores. Kits of Gingerbread houses are sold at cheap prices also. On November 23, the international office and the student union organized a Pepparkakshus event and a… Read More Building Pepparkakshus