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Learning Swedish

I started over with SFI (Svenska För Invandrare) again 2 months ago. I really recommend you guys to take it as well. Just like Roshan’s post about SFI in Lund, I want to add about SFI information in Helsingborg. For you who based in Helsingborg, you could check this link: https://helsingborg.se/sfi. It doesn’t hurt to learn some Swedish, and also, it’s … Continue reading

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October in a wrap!

October has been amazing! We had kanelbullensdag (kanelbullar’s day) on the 4th of October. Kanelbullar is basically a cinnamon roll or cinnamon bun. And living in Sweden for one year, I would say that it is pretty much a Swedish thing! You can buy it in supermarkets, and for fancier ones, you can easily find it in a bakery or … Continue reading

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First exam period at Lund University, and slow introduction of darkness

It is already the end of October… Time flies! And with the end of October, the end of study period 1 is also approaching for LTH students. At Lund University, the academic calendar is divided in 4 different study periods. This is different from my home country Spain, where the academic year is split between two different semesters. We could … Continue reading

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Exams, projects, cold weather, and remembering to de-stress

It’s a busy time of the year now, with lots going on — a final project in the GIS course, meetings for developing a thesis outline (😅),  starting to look at jobs and next steps after the programme, etc. Exciting, and a little anxiety provoking! In the midst of all the end of the study period rush, it’s especially important to … Continue reading

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A perfect storm (of DRMCCA students)

This past weekend was our inter-batch mingle, an event put together at the start of every year to give new and “old” DRMCCA students a chance to get to know eachother, share advice and experiences regarding the first year of programme, and build personal and professional networks. This year, newly arrived Batch 4 DRMCCA students got together with Batch 3 … Continue reading

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LT..Who??

  When I was told Lund is a campus city I didn’t know what to expect coming from a university that had clearly defined boundaries for campuses. The faculties at Lund almost spill over into the city, you find yourself walking right into various schools and faculties. Of interest to us is the Faculty of Engineering, affectionately known as LTH. Boasting … Continue reading

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When in Lund, get a bike.

Here comes my first blog post…Since a bicycle is the most convenient mode of transport here in Lund I thought of starting off with that. Lund is quite a small town with each part of it easily accessible through bikes and hence it is highly recommended you get one in the initial couple of months especially if you have come … Continue reading

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Housing Review (Vildanden)

Vildanden is probably famous for being the farthest student accommodation from the university, it belongs to AF Bostäder and consists of multiple buildings, you can find corridor rooms and apartments, the corridor rooms (could be furnished or unfurnished) are in a shared corridor with 11 or 12 other students, you share the kitchen and a small living area, while you … Continue reading

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Spring Exhibition

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Last Friday the Spring Exhibition was opened, where all the thesis projects presented this week (including mine :)) are showcased, as well as studio works. The exhibition is, of course, open for the public, but it is also a great opportunity for us, students, to see a broader picture of what is happening at school. I encourage everyone to come, … Continue reading

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Lundaloppet

If you want to participate in a famous race you don’t have to go to New York. Instead just take part in the Lundaloppet. It is an annual 5 or 10 km race along the most beautiful spots in Lund. More than 4000 people reached the finish line this year and I was one of them. papersplanet.com As a student … Continue reading

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