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
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!
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
This blog might be applicable to you, or it might not. I’m writing it anyway because it is certainly applicable to me. I’m too lazy sometimes to make my own lunch to bring to school, and so it’s good to know what your options are. To give a little more context, in Sweden it’s very… Read More School Lunch Hacks
The beginning of a new year is also the perfect time to reflect on the past. In this blog I’d like to share my experiences of my first few months in Sweden. To begin, I am a 100% happy that I chose to come to Sweden and specifically Borlänge to study for my Master’s degree.… Read More My first months in Sweden
In my country we have several celebrations in the last month of the year and I’m almost certain it’s the same for you. Of course, Sweden also has its own celebrations and traditions. A good example is St. Lucia’s day on December 13th. We had the pleasure of witnessing this special day at Dalarna University.… Read More St. Lucia in Sweden
Evidently November was the busiest month for the students of Solar Energy Engineering. We had couple of written exams, labs, culminating projects, presentations, assignments, reports, study visit and everything topped up with regular, weekly workload of the courses. November started with joy by bringing the first snowfall of the season and the study visit to… Read More Restless November!