When arriving in Denmark many of my preconceptions of this Scandinavian country where immediately confirmed. It was extremely cold, beautiful and cosy. Best of all the people where great!
On January 2nd I said an emotional farewell to my family and friends in Sydney as I prepared for my departure to Copenhagen. Although thinking back, the hardest goodbye was … Continue Reading Hej from København!
Hi UTS Fam, its been a pleasure to be given an opportunity to write a blog on something that I can’t describe in words. Exchange – when I decided to … Continue Reading My ‘Hygge’ Exchange in Denmark!!
Hej Alle! I am an architecture student currently studying at the Aarhus School of Architecture and have been on exchange here in Aarhus, (pronounced orrhus) Denmark for about 2 months … Continue Reading Danes, Hygge and the words ‘wait till the summer’…
Copenhagen, a city known for many things, spectacular architecture, wonderful history, cheap(er) beer and the famous biking Vikings. And I can tell you it’s all true and much much more. … Continue Reading Copenhagen, Not just the happiest place in the world.
Copenhagen is bloody great. I’ve been here living here for close to a month now and he Nordic city lives up to the hype of “happiest people on earth”, “most … Continue Reading Hej København!
While I have only been in Copenhagen for two weeks, it doesn’t take long for this city to feel like home. I arrived here after travelling through Spain and Portugal, … Continue Reading Exploring Copenhagen
I flew into Tirstrup Airstrip (nearest to Aarhus), apparently no one visiting Aarhus does. I should have caught the train from Copenhagen – its much cheaper! Everything has gone very … Continue Reading James – Aarhus School of Architecture, Denmark!
I can barely believe it’s been a month that I have called this lovely city home. My first mission when I arrived at my new home, Signalhuset Kollegiet, was to … Continue Reading Copenhagen: the city of castles, Carlsberg and cycling
After one month of European travels, the time has finally arrived for my exchange adventure to begin at Copenhagen Business School. Like many of you, this is my first time … Continue Reading Denmark – The land of bicycles, the Little Mermaid and Danish pastries.
Having spent a month traveling in Israel , I arrived in Copenhagen uncertain as to what my time here would be like. While the expectations for your experience during exchange are … Continue Reading Well hello there Copenhagen!
I left for European borders 3 months ago and only yesterday arrived in my exchange city of Copenhagen. But I’ve been bless to have had the most incredible 3 months … Continue Reading Now in Copenhagen
1 month to go. The countdown has sadly begun. Yet as my study exchange comes to an end, I can look back and reflect on an amazing and incredible time in Denmark. Denmark. The home … Continue Reading Chasing Scandinavian Sunsets
When in Copenhagen do as the Danes do. There’s something magical about winters in Copenhagen. The clouds brew over the quiet, empty streets of the city and the Danes sit … Continue Reading A Semester of Smørrebrød
I’m currently in my third month of Exchange in Copenhagen, and the sun has come out long enough up for me to get sunburnt. And then it left. Possibly forever.
I’ve lived in the city of Aarhus for about four months now and here are a handful of things I’ve noticed in my time here I never really heard about … Continue Reading Things I Learned About Denmark