Now that things have calmed a little, I will give a little introduction to myself, as the hey you, AU blog is going through a little change. Now that Jessica has gone off to join the adults in that thing called “real life”, I’m left as the last student assistant standing to take over as … More Bob Dylan once wrote “The times, they are a-changin.”
As I began writing this post just one week ago*, trying to wistfully ponder that allusive first sentence that would capture the spirit of my bohemian, artistic mood of the moment, I found myself distracted by something shiny. As I peered through my window, shading my eyes from the sun’s fearsome burning rays, I moved … More Multi-Country-Tasking: How to be an international student in two different countries
So it’s been a while since my last post. For this I can only humbly apologise. However, as I will now illustrate by the magical medium of the Internet, life has been pretty hectic so far this semester. Let me take you on a journey as I describe for you an average day in the … More How to be studying at 150% without doing any actual school work: the gruelling PhD application
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Well hello there to all current and future international students studying for a full degree at Aarhus University! It was on a strange summer day that the lovely Marcia Allison and myself, Jessica Navarro, cooked up the idea to create an online space especially for full degree students. Mostly, we were tired of making friends … More Velkommen newcomers: read me first!