Still not sure where you're living? Don't worry! Check out these tips.
Make each krona count!
How do you get by on a student budget in the best of times and the worst of times? Here are some tips.
The longer you're in Sweden, the more you learn about life and getting around…but it can still be confusing. Here are a few valuable online resources to help you out.
Read this if you want a more in-depth look at Sweden's apartment rental system.
Losing interest in your language lessons? Need to add some spice to your Swedish skills? Want to talk to the blonde that lives next door but you don’t have the courage? Here are ten tips to help you along.
Learning a new language is a challenge – especially when you have studies as well. But it can also be fun. NFGL student Ana Devdariani presents her experiences and tips for making Swedish 'fun-tastic'.
Making new friends in Sweden? Here are ten things you should never say to a Swede if you want to remain mates with them.
Winter in Sweden is around the corner and it's time to start planning accordingly, advises Stockholm nutritionist and New Zealand native Kate Nordin, who offers up her top eight tips for keeping fit and avoiding winter fatigue.
So you've made it to Sweden. You've learned the language basics, you're always on time, and you remember to take off your shoes. So now what? Here it is, what you've all been waiting for – an introduction to dating in Sweden.
Swedes love food, and sometimes they celebrate food with special holidays. Find out more.
In sunny weather Swedes are in the best of moods. So how do you start up a conversation?
Jobs, jobs, jobs
Some of you are already wondering how to put together a resume which will impress Swedish employers. Read several important tips for how to write the perfect Swedish CV – when you have a break from your studies, of course!
You've been studying for a while and want a true challenge, a way to break onto the labour market. But where to begin? Here are our top ten tips for finding and getting an internship in Sweden.
Even getting a job interview can be an achievement, particularly if you're a foreigner in Sweden. So when you get that interview, what do you do to really stand out?
From startups to multinationals, many firms in Sweden fix salaries differently to elsewhere in the world.
Advice from the experts.
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