Farewell from the DRMCCA Ambassador

My time as the Student Ambassador of the Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change Adaptation (DRMCCA) master’s programme has come to an end. I have enjoyed this role so much and I cannot deny I feel a little sad as it is ending now. My two-year master’s studies at the Faculty of Engineering, or LTH as we usually refer to our faculty, have been exceptional and transformative both at an academic but also on the personal level. I believe I would need tens of blog posts to write about every single experience or emotion I have felt during this period.

Given that this is my last post, I would like to say goodbye to all the readers of the blog and share few pieces of advice with the new students:

  • Make the most out of your time in Lund and in Sweden. Two years seem like a long time but in Lund time flies between hectic university schedules and the endless number of activities going on around the city.
  • Work and study hard but also make time for exercise and extracurricular activities you could enjoy.
  • Invest time and energy in friendships. Your student life will be more meaningful with dear friends to share fun times as well as stressful days.
  • Try to study the Swedish language and learn about Sweden as much as you can. It will be easier for you to feel at home.
  • Enjoy your student experience and at the same time be mindful to make good contacts for future opportunities.

I wish to all the new students a wonderful and rewarding experience ahead and I hope to meet some of you in Sweden or anywhere in the world.

All the best,

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