Student Karl from Newcastle shares his insights about gamer's life in Sweden:
Sweden is one of the hotbeds of gaming and everything to do with it.
'Here are a few of my favorite spots that are perfect for running and walking!'
Ambassador Nicola will:
'...share with you, from personal experience, my favourite places to go for a ‘fika’ with friends when we want to take a break from studying, or just want to have a catch up.'
Ambassador Yansu about health service for foreign students in Sweden:
If you are seeking for some health service, say you are traveling to another country and plan to get a vaccination or you need to see a dentist, I hope this blog can bring you some useful information.
Ambassador Miranda: 'Put a spring in your step with these springtime activities in Stockholm!'
Ambassador Louise tells you more about what it's really like being an exchange student in Stockholm:
'Enjoy Stockholm and even better, when you go home, try to stay the same, to keep the good habits you had here. Keep a bit of Stockholm with you, to truly enjoy life.'
International Student Coordinator Monika Lionaite about Lapland trip:
Have you ever wondered how Lapland looks/feels/tastes like? It’s stunning, exciting and tastes like reindeer (or lichen/mushroom if you’re vegetarian). However, if you’re up for a real mind-blowing one-week adventure, you should definitely include Lapland on your trip-list!
Ambassador Bente on her exchange in Stockholm:
"Sweden has been my new home away from home for the last seven months and it is an amazing experience so far. In this blog I hope to share some of the lessons I have learned while living in Sweden."
Ambassador Elke is a big fan of sports and active lifestyle: "If anyone of you have ever thought of doing acrobatics I highly recommend it, because it is a lot of fun, a great opportunity to meet new people and obviously a chance to get in a better shape."
Ambassador Sheryl from China recommends you to go on a cruise:
" If you have a whole weekend and you are in a mood of going somewhere else outside of Stockholm, going on a cruise with your friends is always a good idea."
As a member of Stockholm University Student Union you get a discount when you buy a small coffee or tea...
Through our cooperation with Studentkortet.se you recieve discounts in hundreds of stores and the like around the country.
The Campus Book Store (Campusbutiken) has really great deals on course litterature and study equipment like pens, markers and notepads.
Student tickets on SL commuter traffic can be used by anyone who is studying at least 22,5 credits each semester and has a valid student ID.
The opportunity of placing yourself in the housing queue and recieving an apartement through Stiftelsen Stockholms studentbostäder
Members of the Student Union can buy a Stockholm City Bikes season card at the Student Union Service Desk for only 195 SEK (ordinary price 300 SEK).
Humanistiska förening (HumF) Humanistiska föreningen är föreningen för dig som läser ett humanistiskt ämne vid Stockholms universitet, är intresserad av humaniora eller tycker att våra aktiviteter verkar spännande och intressant.
Naturvetenskapliga föreningen (NF) grundades 1914 och sedan dess erbjudit de naturvetenskapsstuderande aktiviteter utöver de ordinarie studierna.
Samhällsvetenskapliga föreningen (SF) bildades 1937 och är den största av de fem fakultetsföreningarna vid Stockholms universitet.