Typical student of LU

Hello, lovely people!

First, let me introduce myself. I am Nina, a biotechnology student here at LU and I will be blogging for you during the next year, telling you all about the life and studies here in Lund! You are welcome to share your thoughts and questions in the comments section or feel free to contact me on the e-mail provided😊.

Since this study year is coming to an end, I remind myself of the things that were happening one year ago. I am so grateful for all the friends, experiences and knowledge I have gathered. Still, it seems not so long ago that I was having the presentation for my Bachelor’s project, packing my bags and getting ready to move to a different country. For you readers in the same position, it might seem overwhelming, but don’t worry, it will all be great. Plus, there is an excellent introduction week here at LU, but more about that in another blog.

Now, summer break is here and everyone is taking a well-deserved holiday. Last week, on the 6th of June, in Sweden it was the National Day celebration. Some events were organised around the city and a lot of people were out enjoying the day. I went to Kulturen, which is an open-air museum, where they had free entrance because of the holiday and I thought it was a great opportunity to visit it. They had a house dedicated to Lund University with an exhibition about the history of the University. I took this photo there…well I thought it was fun and it sums it up well. 😊

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  1. 15 June, 2017 | 09:46 | Helene von Wachenfelt

    Great post! Welcome to the blog Nina!

  2. Such an interesting and inspiring post!

    Keep up the good writing Nina 🙂

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