Hi! I’m Maria from the UK. I recently packed my bags (and 10 boxes of miscellaneous stuff) and moved from London to Aarhus to take a Master’s in International Studies. Before March of this year I had never even heard of Aarhus. I applied on a whim a week before the deadline but I am … More A Londoner’s thoughts on life in Aarhus
Hi guys, I’m Kim Nhan. I’m studying Finance and International Business here at Aarhus University. I’m from Vietnam, but I did my bachelor in Singapore and now I’m here in Aarhus. Hope you all are enjoying summer in wherever you are 🙂 Over here in Aarhus, the sun is shining, sky is in its best shade … More What to pack for your trip to Aarhus
So, it’s that time of the year again. It gets almost impossible to score a seat in the library. The canteen assortment gets empty much faster than usually and everybody is stressing out. You guessed it! Exams. If you are among the lucky ones who already finished their exam marathon, I salute you! But for … More Exam fever – how to rock the Danish exams
I’m turning 25 next Friday!!! The Danes have a funny way of celebrating such a milestone… or is it punishment? I’ll soon find out! … More …And It Will Rain Cinnamon!!!
Hey You AU! My name is Mark Freese and I’m taking over as master of blogs this month and the next 🙂 A big thanks to Danielle for her posts. Hopefully we can get this blog ball rolling again! Here goes… Danish spring is upon us and with it comes… more rain! Well, at least … More The Boat Race They Call Kapsejladsen and How To Survive It!
There was so much to do when I moved to Aarhus that when I finally found an apartment, a job, some great friends, furniture, a residence permit, a Danish class etc. etc. it was a huge relief, but it also left a gaping hole. I found myself with actual free time. Amazing! Now what to do with it? Over the … More Great, you have a bit of free time! Now what?
If you’d ventured to ask me at 15 whether I’d like to go for a cycle, I’d have scoffed in your face and asked “Do I have toooo??” (as I usually did when my parents asked me to join them). But two years after moving to Denmark, and I am the first one behind the handlebars … More Behind the handlebars