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Exchange to University of Gothenburg – by Jacqueline Nairn

Tomorrow, my neighbour in my house, who also became my best friend, moves out and leaves to head off to Norway to hike. It’s at this moment I realise that I have met some of the most wonderful people, learnt some of the most incredible things and had the most unique experience, one that cannot […]

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The End of a Fun Chapter – by Aaron Ou-Yang

“No matter where or what you do with your time, it is always the people that you’re with that makes the time good. It was sad to think that you will never see some of these awesome people again. But then, if you really want something, you will do anything to make it happen.” To […]

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A quick rundown of Lund – by Jamie Macadam

“The orientation program was fantastic and made it really easy to make lots of acquaintances and amazing friends. I really like the kind of people who have come to Lund- everyone is really great and because it’s not the first university you’d think of, most of the people that have come are very interesting.” To […]

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Exchange at Lund University – by Catrin Moller

I initially sat down to write a generic post about ‘my top tips for exchange’. This is important, but as I’ve watched all my friends leave Lund over the past few weeks to travel and then head back to their homes, it hit me what this experience has really done for all of us. Exchange […]

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