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!
It’s been one month since I visited one of the coolest trade fairs I have ever been to. I flew, together with two classmates, to Berlin to visit ITB. Now for the tourism students among us, you might have heard of it. It is the biggest tourism trade fair in the world, and it is… Read More Investing in my future
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
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!
When choosing and applying for a programme there are many questions arising and everyone has different expectations of the programme and studying in Sweden. Therefore, I asked a couple of my classmates from different countries all over the world (Uzbekistan, China, Russia, Italy, Lithuania, Romania, France…) to summarize what you might expect and how it… Read More Expectations vs. reality – Tourism Destination Development Master programme
Studying at a new school comes with many kinds of uncertainties and one of them might be how the new school looks like? What facilities there are? Will it be possible to eat my own lunch? So I decided to introduce you to the school building by leading you through my day at school. The… Read More Beginners guide to Borlänge campus
If there is one thing that is certain, it’s that time flies, especially when you’re busy at school. In the months leading up to coming to Borlänge to begin the Tourism Destination Development master I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. A friend of mine had done an exchange in Sweden and she said she… Read More No rest for the wicked