Stefanie from Munich gives us some answers as to what are the major differences studying in Germany vs. Stockholm.
Stockholm: One of the most tattooed city in the worldJune Low
Before coming to Stockholm, “tattoos” popped up as a cultural aspect here, and it intrigued me. That's also how I came to know that Sweden is the second most tattooed country in the world.
How to successfully navigate the LGBT+ scene in StockholmJune Low
An important queer aspect of Stockholm is that LGBT+ events can seem quite segregated as queer women only/ queer men only events happen often at popular events.
How to “Swedify”: 6 easy steps to understand Swedish cultureJune Low
It is your first week as a student in the Swedish capital - Here are 6 important tips on how to understand Swedes and make yourself feel at home.
A day out in SkansenMartin Sahlin
One of the first things after coming to Stockholm that Aastha Rohilla did was to visit Skansen with her buddy group at Stockholm University. Read her story here.
Christina from Greece: “PhD life in Stockholm can be however YOU like it to be”June Low
During this year, I have been able to experience life as a PhD student at its fullest and to come to realizations that were pretty surprising, even to myself! I performed my Master’s studies in Stockholm as well, so I thought it wouldn’t be that different – but let me tell you, life as a PhD student here is on a whole realm of its own.
Fettisdagen in Stockholm and Semla – Tradition and FascinationJune Low
A student in Stockholm talks about fettisdagen, Semla (if you haven't heard of it), the fascination that Swedes have, and why it's the trending food now.
James from USA: “Whether your dream is to change the world or to meet people who already have, Stockholm is a good place to be”Dan Johansson
Meet James Finucane. He’s from a small town in Pennsylvania, USA. James studied his Masters in Economics at Stockholm School of Economics between 2015 and 2017. After graduating from SSE, James worked as a Consultant at Ernst & Young in New York. He started his current job in November 2018 as [...]
How to Celebrate Christmas like a Swede!sophia
Consider it an early Christmas gift from me to you!
Why do we celebrate Cinnamon Bun Day?June Low
by: Tetiana Poliakova I love October 4th , mainly because I can eat as many cinnamon buns as I want without any calorie or sugar stress. National Cinnamon Bun Day, or Kannelbullens Dag , gives you a perfect excuse to taste as many of these delicious treats as your heart desires. But who [...]
Tune your language with these Swedish artists!Martin Sahlin
There’re many different ways to learn a new language. Kornelia Januszewska found a good way in music and gives you her best Swedish music tips!
St. Lucia’s Day for the first time was one of the most mesmerizing experiences everDan Johansson
It had a spiritual effect, something that is hypnotic but beautiful and transcendent at the same time.
“The concept of getting to know another city as my own was great.”sophia
Do it! And make the most of it. Do everything you can, like go around and get to know people.
How COVID-19 influenced my studies in SwedenJune Low
Whether or not I personally agree with Sweden’s more “relaxed” approach to the COVID-19 is pandemic, it has affected my studies in Stockholm in a big way.
A COVID-19 Survival Guide for Social Distancing in StockholmJune Low
Human beings are social creatures that tend to get bored very easily, so here are my top 8 activities you can do, while going through quarantine, or simply spending some time alone.
Study in Stockholm: A Polish exchange student views on what to expectJune Low
Whether you’re thinking about going on a study exchange program to Stockholm, or maybe, you’ve already made up your mind - moving to a new country is never easy.