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A New Life Style: I am with Mother Nature

Outside of the cities, Sweden is mostly very green and untouched terrain: mountainous regions and wide valleys and colorful savannahs cover most of Sweden. The scenery is, to put it plainly, spectacular, with breathtaking landscapes almost everywhere. The fact that most of Sweden is made of rocks and mountains also turn Sweden into one of […]

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Erasmus vs. Master Program Abroad

Tens of thousands of students leave their home university each year and take the advantage of the experience of studying abroad. Thanks to the Erasmus+ program of the EU, over 4 million students will have the chance of studying abroad in the coming years for 4-6 months. They will get the chance to discover a […]

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Fun Facts About My New Home: Sweden – 2

I do not know you had a chance to read my very first blog post about Sweden’s fun fact. Apparently, the blog post found good readers and went viral, at least in my network. If you did not have a chance to read it before, you may take a look here. Because of high reading, I […]

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Swedish Companies: Your Potential Office

When you think about Sweden, couples of things just appear in front of your eyes. Well-structured social policies, generous parental leave for both parents, welcoming culture and gender equalities are just some of them. However, Sweden is also well-known with its global and innovative companies. IKEA, Volvo, Spotify, Ericsson, H&M and Electrolux are just few […]

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For The Sake Of Fika

Long before deciding to move here, I knew that I could adjust quite well to Nordic culture due to its lovely traditions like fika—the Swedish coffee break. While it’s true that many other countries also take coffee breaks, they aren’t appreciated in the same manner as they are here. Fika is a cultural ritual often […]

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Three Quotes, Three Swedens

“For good ideas and true innovation, you need human interaction, conflict, argument and debate.” – Margaret Heffernan In contrast to common sense, Sweden is full of warm people who live in a cold country. Before coming here to study, every websites I visited was stating that Swedish people are cold and not friendly, like the […]

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