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Kanelbullens Dag – The Cinnamon Bun Day :)

Today is Kanelbullens Dag or the Cinnamon Bun Day which gives us one more reason to enjoy the delicious cinnamon bun. It is often said that Swedes are sweet-toothed, but how can one not be, when you are surrounded with so many delicious cakes and pastries. The cinnamon bun has been one of the favorite pastries in Sweden since 1920s. … Continue reading

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One of the must-see places in Lund – Sankt Hans backar

There are many nice places to visit in Lund like the Lund Cathedral, Botanical garden, Kulturen etc. but Sankt Hans backar is definitely one of my most favorite places in Lund in addition to the Botanical garden. You might have already heard a lot about the beautiful botanical garden so, let me now say a few words about Sank Hans … Continue reading

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The new beginning…

As already said, Arrival day for the autumn semester was on 16th August and these two following weeks were the orientation weeks- full of fun activities and some practical information sessions. Also, I must say, Lund now feels full again with all the new students and other students coming back to start their new semester. So, the orientation weeks are … Continue reading

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Lund University Arrival day – Autumn 2016

Yesterday i.e 16th  August, AF-Borgen, usually a quiet place was chock-a-block with hustle and bustle of students, international mentors and staff  from Lund University. It was the Arrival Day for international students commencing their studies this autumn. We welcomed around 2000 International students from about more than 110 countries to our family. The ever increasing count of international students reminds … Continue reading

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Tips and some useful information for the new students arriving at Lund University…

Hello and a warm welcome to you all! I have tried to include all the important points here, which I believe would be useful for you. Accommodation The most common way for international students to apply for housing is through LU Accommodation. Some other agencies like Boopolen.nu and AF Bostäder can also be of some help. You can also search … Continue reading

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Midsommar celebration…the Swedish way! :)

Last week on 24th June we celebrated Midsommar. It is celebrated with family and friends and includes visiting countryside, frog dance around maypole, flower crowns, singing songs, eating traditional Swedish cuisines (ofcourse including the famous pickled herring) and most importantly enjoying light, summer and the sun that almost never sets with the dear ones. Also…it is said that by laying … Continue reading

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My experience in Lund…

Hello, my name is Rajeshwari Yogi and I am from India. I have completed first year of the course Wireless Communications at LTH. Since this is my first post here, I thought of taking this opportunity to introduce myself and share some of my thoughts regarding the past year in Lund. Actually speaking I cannot believe it is already a … Continue reading

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Visit southern Skåne!

Taking a day off to explore southern Skåne is something definitely worth doing. Down to Trelleborg harbor, where many ferries depart to international waters, then following the coast road to Smygehuk, you can find the most southern point in Sweden! Continuing the road to Ystad, you pass through many small cozy villages, but drive carefully, it seems that rabbits, cats and … Continue reading

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Happy Easter!

Yesterday, ESN Lund organized an Egg Hunt in the city, an Easter themed event where people had to compete against each other in teams, mastering different games such as running with an Egg in a spoon or looking for carrots near the AF Castle. It turned out people were very competitive, as the winners prize was a huge egg, filled … Continue reading

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Ice Hockey! Amazing game between LTH Griparna and Linköping!

LTH’s team did it again! An amazing game, which started pretty bad for LTH’s team. After the second break, a victory as almost impossible, as at the end of the second period, the score was 0-3. In the last period, LTH managed to come back from hell, turned the table around, equalized to 3-3 and managed to lead the game … Continue reading

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