Category Archives: Student life

Getting around in Lund

Lund is a small city which helps with my time management as a student. Days can get hectic with readings to complete, lectures and seminars to attend, and assignments to hand in. Moving around the city easily and fast certainly has saved me precious time every day. It’s easy and convenient to cycle in Lund with dedicated bike lanes everywhere … Continue reading

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Thesis Fuss

It’s been a long time since I posted last time, but today is a special day! Not only the spring semester started, but also some of my classmates and I finally handed our thesis registration forms to the international students’ coordinator. Why would a formality become such a big deal? The thing is, the paper shows that, first, the student … Continue reading

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Learning Swedish

Swedes speak English very good, which encourages people not to learn their language, Plus, they are too nice and usually don’t force foreigners to learn it. However, there is nothing better than learning the country’s language, one might see the whole land in a different way, that’s what I am working on right now, which is not that easy. Therefore, … Continue reading

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Student Association Fair

Hey guys, This Thursday, January 11th, this term Student Association Fair will be held at AF Borgen at 14h. There will be representatives of sport clubs, student nations and unions and some other active organizations in Lund. Don’t miss out on seeing what else is out there. If it is either to keep an ongoing activity or discovering a new … Continue reading

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Christmas Break

Fortunately for me, Germany is not too far away, so I spent a few days home with my family and old good friends but at the same time I miss the awesome people from Lund. So I decided to celebrate at least new year’s eve in Copenhagen because it was just amazing last year. But first I have to buy … Continue reading

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A well-deserved break

The holiday season has started here in Sweden so there are no more activities at the faculty. A well-deserved break! 😊 People use this time differently. Many people go home to celebrate the holidays with their loved ones and some people go travelling during this period. Some students also stay in Lund and experience how Christmas and New Year’s are … Continue reading

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BasketBall Nights

If you are a Basketball lover come at EOS basketball for students, we play twice a week, beginners or pros doesn’t matter, everyone is there to have fun. and the coach organizes tournaments or big games every semester to compete with our rivals from Malmö or neighboring cities. It’s an awesome place to play basketball, release some study stress, make … Continue reading

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Days After the Final Presentation – still lots of things to do

Last week Sustainable Urban Dynamics course had the final presentation summarizing three months of our intensive work on the project in China. This time we received more critical comments from the jury and some of us got quite upset. Nevertheless, we’ve done a great job considering the workload and the constant lack of time. It is now the last phase … Continue reading

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Lucia at Christmas

With the approaching Christmas, a lot of activities is going on, but the famous Swedish thing is Lucia. As it is dark and cold, light is needed to fight this. It is a tradition linked to Saint Lucia of Syracuse in Italy. At this occasion, people usually make saffron buns, ginger biscuits and of course the famous Glögg. Lucia is … Continue reading

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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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