People of Sweden are famous for being polite and calm. The culture and language is rich with traditions and customs. Sweden is one of the most egalitarian countries in the world too. Before my arrival to Sweden I started noticing that the primary address to people is ‘Hej’, it is pronounced as ‘Hei’ (I still… Read More Swedish customs: Addressing people
Since the time for second round applicants to get to know the results of their applications is tomorrow, I thought I could share my story of how it all started for me as it was not exactly smooth. I knew I wanted to apply to study in Sweden and on Dalarna university already since winter.… Read More How it all started for me..
After a year, the studies are officially over.. On the 2nd of June the school organised a Leaving Ceremony for the students in the final years to say goodbye to the school and have a celebratory ending. We gathered in the Jalas Arena in Lugnet, Falun at midday to register and prepare for the beginning… Read More It is officially THE END…
What can I say. After Tereza’s blog about research methods one could assume a blogpost about the thesis would be next. Thesis, dreaded? Probably. Enjoyed? Not so much. Necessary? Apparently. When I first started contemplating continuing with my studies the major question that kept coming back was, do I really want to write another thesis?… Read More It’s time to start typing!
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
This is quite a long blog, I wrote it specifically for readers out there who are interested in the Tourism Destination Development master. The second semester is already well on its way, and I think it’s the right time to have a look back at the first one. The semester started in the first week… Read More First Semester Flashback
In Sweden, students can work as much as they want, there are no limitations, nevertheless you should be aware of the fact that if you study fulltime, it is expected from you to spend around 40 hours a week for studies, not so much in university but often reading books and doing assignments at home.… Read More Working in Sweden as a Student