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The Local _ Scania _ Is it safe to study in Malmö?

Posted by: galujulia 11.Mar.2018, 01:35 PM


Posted by: Uncle Fred 11.Mar.2018, 05:33 PM


Posted by: Uncle Fred 12.Mar.2018, 07:58 AM

I noticed your English is rather good at the moment, did you learn that in Poland.
Why do you want to study English studies in Sweden when you could go to the UK where there are 100's of 1000's of Polish people you could meet up with.

Posted by: oar 12.Mar.2018, 09:40 AM


Posted by: Gamla Hälsingebock 12.Mar.2018, 10:13 AM

Any city can be dangerous if you enter the wrong areas, you must be aware of your environment at all times, it's a matter of "street smart"...

Posted by: Saywhatwhat 12.Mar.2018, 01:52 PM


Posted by: Cheeseroller 12.Mar.2018, 04:17 PM

A friend of mine from Germany visited Malmo for the weekend. I warned her against this, but finally she agreed to spend the Saturday in Copenhagen. Sunday morning she went to get her car from the hotel car park underground. Every one of her car windows had been smashed in.

Malmo is a sh!t hole of a place. Car arsons, drug gang shootings, etc. I would not live there even if someone paid a ton of money.

Posted by: DuneSunny 12.Mar.2018, 04:59 PM


Posted by: CatMom 12.Mar.2018, 05:34 PM


Posted by: gsurya 12.Mar.2018, 07:46 PM

I have now lived in Sweden for 2+ years over 2 periods of stays. I have never even seen a single crime, let alone experience one.

Yes, there are some specific areas in Malmo which became drug & crime pockets, and this has affected the city's reputation. But this is now improving too.

Looking beyond this, Malmo is a lovely multicultural city with cost of living lower than its bigger city counterparts in Sweden or across the bridge.

Posted by: Apache001 12.Mar.2018, 08:04 PM


Posted by: Uncle Fred 12.Mar.2018, 08:30 PM

QUOTE (gsurya @ 12.Mar.2018, 07:46 PM) *
I have now lived in Sweden for 2+ years over 2 periods of stays. I have never even seen a single crime, let alone experience one.

Yes, there are some specific areas in Malmo which became drug & crime pockets, and this has affected the city's reputation. But this is now improving too.

Looking beyond this, Malmo is a lovely multicultural city with cost of living lower than its bigger city counterparts in Sweden or across the bridge.

No one believes anything you say and you know why.

Posted by: Bsmith 12.Mar.2018, 08:57 PM

He also has a used car for sale. Low miles, only driven to the Mosque on Sundays.

Posted by: gsurya 12.Mar.2018, 09:19 PM

QUOTE (Bsmith @ 12.Mar.2018, 07:57 PM) *
He also has a used car for sale. Low miles, only driven to the Mosque on Sundays.


Ignorant & bigoted SweNazi, exhibit-A laugh.gif automatically assumes any non-white Swede must be a Muslim.

Posted by: Bsmith 12.Mar.2018, 10:11 PM

Ees a joke, senor. Look it up.

Posted by: ölgård 13.Mar.2018, 08:29 AM

^^^Yeah right, the good old "I was just kidding"

Posted by: Uncle Fred 13.Mar.2018, 10:48 AM


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Posted by: galujulia 24.Mar.2018, 11:41 AM


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Posted by: Mats_L 21.Jan.2019, 10:36 AM


Posted by: gsurya 21.Jan.2019, 12:03 PM

Welcome to Malmo, only getting better with time. Now, lowest crime rate in 18 years.

https://www.thelocal.se/20190118/malm-sees-lowest-crime-stats-in-17-years-new-figures

Posted by: isbjorn 21.Jan.2019, 02:28 PM


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