November 2017

Graduate Fair

Greetings from the Graduate Fair at Lund University! Today was a special day for me and my fellow LTH programme ambassadors. We were part of the university’s graduate fair, representing our master’s programmes. It has been an engaging afternoon, answering questions to prospective students and sharing my perspective as a current student. There was a high level of interest in … Continue reading

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Holiday Lights

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Studies During Christmas Break

Hey guys, Christmas break is soon approaching and with it exams at the beginning of the year. Most of the international students go back home for two weeks and it is quite hard to keep up with the work. My advice to you is to prepare some summarized notes before the holidays and try to go through them a couple … Continue reading

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Sport possibilities during winter season

You might wonder if you can do sports when it is almost the whole time dark and cold outside. One possibility to avoid these uncomfortable conditions is to do indoor sports but even if you don’t like gyms you do not have to forgo sports. In Lund there is not much snow and the city’s winter service does a great … Continue reading

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Project in Wireless Communications

In the second year of Wireless communications master program, students must do a project that extends for 2 study periods, the project is divided into several tasks to build your reliable OFDM wireless system step by step. However, the final result will be transmitting an image or a text from one laptop to another using the sound frequency, Speakers will … Continue reading

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Countdown to Lucia

As the different winter festivals are approaching, I today tried to make a popular Swedish pastry, Lussebullar, on my own. They do not really look like the original ones, but they taste great. Have a look: It has also been the first time for me to buy the world’s most expensive spice – Saffron. It feels like one is almost … Continue reading

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Thesis “fever”

The master thesis process has officially started. The spring semester will be fully dedicated to the thesis project, however, it is as early as mid-November that students hand in a preliminary thesis outline. These past weeks have been filled with intense reading, brainstorming, and exploration, as we have been working on identifying the thesis topic and drafting initial research aim, … Continue reading

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Taking part in social life

Do you wonder how to… expose oneself to a lot of spoken Swedish get to know locals and have a lot of fun? There are tons of free-time activities in Lund that can provide you with that. If you’re interested in speaking Swedish, you should not hesitate to join the open sessions that most of the clubs and activities offer … Continue reading

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Laboratory work

Hej! One of the things I really like about LTH and my programme is that the research going on is excellent and one can learn many new techniques and methods currently used. Some of the courses in the biotechnology programme include interesting laboratory work and the labs are well-equipped (picture below shows one of the student labs where lab exercises are … Continue reading

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“The Dark Side of Sweden”

        Winter is coming, days are now considerably shorter even here, in the south of Sweden. Once I came to school early in the morning to prepare for the review, when it was still dark, and finished when it was already dark outside. This might seem depressing, but think about the streets illumination, popping up all over the … Continue reading

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