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.
By: Silvia Lopez As we all know, being a student abroad can be difficult when it comes to our budgets. The combination between doing as many things as possible and not spending a lot of money is always there... BUT, no worries! Stockholm offers many things to do for free or spending not too [...]
Stefanie from Munich gives us some answers as to what are the major differences studying in Germany vs. Stockholm.
By: Valerija Denaityte Northern lights - or aurora borealis - are one of the most spectacular natural sights one can see in their lifetime, and you're in luck because Swedish Lapland is known for having a fair amount of northern lights every year. Location, location, location As suspected, [...]
The experience of moving here can be challenging, but fun! If you recognize yourself in these gifs, you know you are an international student in Stockholm.
Socks are very important. Don’t ever forget to wear them.
By: Stefanie Kleemeyer You may or may not have come across a lot of microwave ovens in your home country. Let it be at work, school, university or at home. One or two may be featured. Not for me. I've never used a microwave oven at university in Munich, or much less seen one [...]
Every fall, the City of Stockholm hosts an event to welcome all international students to their new hometown. 2019 was not an exception, and we had such a blast. Read Tetiana's story!
Meet our new Guest Editors for Study in Stockholm: Michelle, Tetiana, Silvia, Neggi, Valerija and Stefanie. They are international students living in Stockholm and will be sharing inspirational photos, producing videos for Youtube, and writing blogs about their personal experiences in Stockholm. Be sure to follow us on @studyinstockholm if you don't want to [...]
Claudia Olsson is a technology expert, business leader, and speaker from Sweden. She is the founder of Stellar Capacity, a global education platform, founder of the Swedish language company Swedish for Professionals – and has been appointed Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. Claudia has studied International Economics and Business at Stockholm [...]
By: Abdullah Ahmed I always knew that I wanted to do my Master's from abroad, especially because I wanted to pursue a PhD later on. But it is quite intimidating to choose a country; it is something which is going to stick with you not only for the length of the programme, but for [...]
By: Diana Carrillo When visiting one of the most expensive cities in the world, who would be better than a student to give you advice on living the city on a budget? I’m Diana, a Master's student from Mexico and if you are here for a weekend, I suggest you the following places to [...]
African. Passionate. Adventurous. Meet Jessica, a French-Cameroonian student. She was enrolled in a bachelor’s program orientated towards European and African issues in Sciences Po, a school for political and social sciences in France. During her third year in the program, Jessica's school gave students the opportunity to spend a year abroad while [...]