One Year Done! – Video diary Episode 2

It’s been a year. A year since I left home. A year since I moved to Sweden. A year full of changing seasons, new places, new experiences. It’s been a year, since I embarked on this journey! And now, I’ve completed the first year of my Master’s programme!

From landing in Stockholm and being awestruck by it’s amazing beauty, learning in one of the best universities in the world with classmates from all over the globe, to becoming a digital ambassador, traveling, learning new cultures, experiencing new things, learning to ice skate, learning to become more responsible, cooking and paying the bills like an adult, missing home and my hometown, making new friends and making a new home, working in projects, taking part in the organising of the biggest student job fair (THS Armada), the numerous potlucks, picnics, to gulping down coffee to stay up and work late nights for submissions, to reluctantly learning to survive the Nordic Winters, to writing research papers, to learning more about environmental engineering and falling more deeply in love with the subject, this year has been one hell of a ride!

Thanks for coming along with me on this journey!

At the end of the previous semester, I made the first episode of my video diary, documenting the first six months of my life in KTH,Stockholm and Sweden.
With this second episode, I’m going to show you more memories from my first year in Sweden!


It’s truly been an eventful year. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading my blogs as much as I have enjoyed creating them!!

This summer, I’m going to India to do my internship for 2 months, and I’m very excited about it 🙂

I will be back to Stockholm in August to start the second year of my Master’s degree 😀

But in the meantime, if you need to reach me or have any queries about studying in Sweden, or how it is to be an Indian in Sweden, or any other questions, you can reach me on my Email ID.

Until then,

-Your Swe-Desi Seafarer signing off 🙂

Keep smiling and good luck! See you all soon!

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  • moughal ali • 14 Jun 2017 at 4.54 pm Reply

    hi i would like plz send more information about study thanks

  • Camila Zabala • 12 Jun 2017 at 11.33 pm Reply

    Hi Supritha, I love everything you’ve written, you make me feel more confident about the idea of living in Sweden. I just would like to ask you something, I friend of mine went to Stockholm a couple of weeks ago and he told me anyone speaks english there. I am kind of worried about that ’cause my idea is to go there to make my master’s degree but I want to settle there as well and you know, get a job and stuff, but I don’t know swedish and I’ve heard that everybody there speaks english.

    Thank you so much for your answer and help!

    • Supritha
      Supritha • 13 Jun 2017 at 8.05 am Reply

      Hey Camila, thank you so much! 🙂
      It is true that almost everyone in Sweden knows to speak in English! 😀 So it is easy to communicate. And also, all Master’s programs are taught in English as well! However, to get a job and settle in Sweden, it is advisable to learn Swedish since it will improve your changes! You can learn Swedish after you come to Sweden! It’s a fun language to learn 🙂 But don’t worry, for studying in Sweden, English is more than enough 😀

  • Tabi • 12 Jun 2017 at 10.03 pm Reply

    Have an enjoyable time and Come back soon

    • Supritha
      Supritha • 13 Jun 2017 at 8.02 am Reply

      Thank you so much Tabi! 🙂

  • Mahendra Varman • 12 Jun 2017 at 6.30 pm Reply

    Love ur blogs!! 😄

    • Supritha
      Supritha • 12 Jun 2017 at 7.34 pm Reply

      Thank you so much, Mahendra 😀 Means a lot to me 🙂

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