Back in Sweden (Josefina, cohort 2017-2019)
Hello! A couple of months have passed since my last update and I am now back in Stockholm.
Getting settled in Singapore (Cornelia, cohort 2018-2020)
The first weeks in Singapore have flown by so far.
Hello Fellows (Wasita, Cohort 2017)
Hello fellows! It’s Spring semester 2019! I am back to the world’s beloved and legendary Stockholm for my last semester of the KAB master’s program.
Hello from Singapore! (Mai, cohort 2017-2019)
I’m leaving my second home for the past few years in a couple of days and already miss it! At the same time I’m excited to see my family very soon. Saying goodbye to Singapore as well as 2018 is not easy, both have been very special to me personally. I’m glad to come to Singapore and come back to NUS this year to rekindle the old and discover the new.
My first three months at SSE (Duc Anh, cohort 2018-2020)
Hej! This is Duc Anh speaking, one of the four KAB-IFP second cohort fellows. More than 3 months have flew by so fast since we started our SSE MBM program, and for me, my first time studying and living so far away from home.
Almost done with year in Singapore
The semester is really rushing by so fast! Can’t believe that one year in Singapore soon almost has past.
Second year and last semester at NUS (Märta, cohort 2017-2019)
I can’t believe half of the second semester of my last year at NUS is soon finished. The coming weeks are now going to be tough – with group project submissions in all of the five courses I’m taking, presentations and several essays.
Update in May - Sommar i Stockholm!
Long time no see! After a 14-hour flight with 2-hour transit, I am back in Stockholm with beautiful sunshine and blooms, which is so different from the time when I left in December. I’m happy to be back!
Fourth update from Singapore
These months have really been so interesting and full with a lot of new knowledge and insights about business and management but also a much deeper understanding for perspectives from all over the world.
April - Update from Singapore
Have you ever had a moment when you have so much to do and you feel like months have passed by so quickly that you do not even remember what exactly you have done?