Author Archives: rubenbrueckner

Clear signs of the lecture period coming to an end…

Have you already heard about the phenomenon of queues in Sweden? One could for sure call it a national sport, you can also read this entertaining article by another guy over at thelocal. Now as the lectures are phasing out and deadlines for several hand-ins are getting close, the queues at the popular lunch options around campus get shorter or just … 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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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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Study! But don’t forget to celebrate your achievements.

Being a M.Sc.-student at LTH certainly requires the willigness to invest a lot of time into lectures, seminars, group projects, individual assignments and other types of dealing with the subject at hand. It is easy to forget celebrating finished projects and success. One way of doing that in Lund is a “sittning”, a dinner party most often served at Nations. … Continue reading

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Exam Periods

Dear everyone, the academic year at LTH can be quite confusing to those used to a system from a different country or university. Right now, students are writing exams and assignments – the first “Läsperiod”, which is one half of a semester and translates to lecturing period, has come to an end. Information to the academic calendar can be found … Continue reading

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Master thesis preparation

For the 2016-2018 batch in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, an initial information meeting on how to approach the degree project has been held. We have been informed about the different ways of conducting a project in cooperation with a company, local researchers or on our own. It feels like the past year has passed so very fast. Our last … Continue reading

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A new season has begun

It’s September 22nd and it’s officially autumn now. Can you guess what kind of every-day item is shown in the picture? Find out about it after clicking:

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A lot of roads lead to Lund

As a German citizen, getting to Sweden from Germany was intuitively synonymous with taking the train through Denmark – either on the mainland via Jutland and Funen or along the Fugleflugtslinjen between Hamburg and Copenhagen, using the ferry service across the Fehmarn Belt. But as I soon found out, there are other options as well. If you are still unsure how … Continue reading

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Summer break is coming

Hej everyone! My name is Ruben, and I will, over the coming year, share my experience as an international degree student in the Logistics and Supply Chain Management program, as my predecessor Minja will finish her studies at LTH soon. The spring term is coming to an end now and the entire 2016-2019 batch will be done with their exams … Continue reading

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