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My thoughts on the courses (1) : Mandatory courses

Now that I am working on a project course (read more about it here ). I am officially done with coursework. It is a bittersweet time as the end draws near. In this post, I will give brief thoughts (my own thoughts) on the mandatory courses. Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) (7.5 points) Definitely, my favourite course. At the time I couldn’t appreciate as … 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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Exam week

Hi everyone! Sorry for not keeping up with everything, have been really busy lately since there are a lot going on.. Exam week is coming and that means we have been pre-occupied with submissions as well. I remember the struggle that I went through last year since it was my first year here. Studying here was never easy for me. … Continue reading

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Staying Organized ;)

Hello Everyone, It’s that time of the year where all the party and social activities stop, its hard to find a place in libraries. Yes, it’s exam time and everyone is busy with their books. The best way to stay calm during this time is to make a plan from the start of the semester and (at least try 😉 ) to … Continue reading

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Here we go…

It’s been a month since the school started and now exams are also almost a month away. It’s always hard to get back to study mode from vacation mode. The first month is usually very hard to concentrate on studies especially when you are a new student. Lund being a student town there are lots of interesting things happening to … Continue reading

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Reflections: SUDes Ambassadorship, China & a Life in Lund

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Hey hey! After a little over a year of being SUDes Ambassador, this will be my last post, and I will use it to FINALLY post that China gallery I’ve been promising on every post, and reflect upon my time here. Buckle up, it’s a long one, but I promise it’ll be worth it! 

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Master’s Thesis Defense

After five months of working intensively, we finally submitted our master’s thesis and more recently we presented our work in the thesis defense seminar. The master’s thesis, or the degree project as it is otherwise called, is undoubtedly one of the defining elements of the whole master’s programme. I have felt that this last semester dedicated to the thesis was … Continue reading

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Final Crits: The Method & Aftermath

Hey hey! As it is December, and as Tamara posted below, both SUDes classes had final crits 5-6th December and our exhibition (partially set up by me) is now open until at least the end of January. For all of you who’ve had architectural education before, you’ll be familiar with crits, but for those who aren’t they are an experience … 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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