Congratulations for all of you who got a place to study in Sweden! Here are some tips to help you get started with life in this beautiful Nordic country: 1. Take note of your course outlines—you might be able to skip some lessons Your course outlines are not just about formalities; they contain important information on how assessments are going to take place. Swedish education places a strong focus on interactivity and self-exploration. Group discussions…"7 tips to help you get the most of your study life in Sweden"
You might have heard of allemansrätten, or seen the name on IKEA’s packed sauces. The name literally means “everyman’s right”, and is an important part of Swedish outdoor culture. The right to roam is ancient and traditional, and codified into law in the 20th century. It’s even added to the constitution (grundlagen) in 1994. What can you do with Allemansrätten? Practically everything in the wild, except when it’s explicitly forbidden, when it disturbs residents, or…"What’s Allemansrätten? Understanding the Swedish right to roam"