If you could give any tips to future exchange students, what would you share?
-Try to be open for all the adventures and new people from the beginning of your time here. You easily make friends then and have the best times. School is of course really important as well, but in my experience it is super doable to focus on study during the day and have amazing free weekend and evenings with your friends! Exchange is about the whole picture, so don't skip trips, evening with friends or so for studying, because you need both!! And try to connect with Swedes, I really love them and they are not so introvert as a lot of people say they are.
How did you solve your housing situation?
-For my application I could check the box that I wanted help for housing via SGS. Applying for a room went really easy then.
How would you say you experienced life in Gothenburg?
-As the best time in my life! For me Gothenburg is the perfect city. It is big, but feels small and it is has so much nature in and around it. Therefore, it is a perfect combination of nature and city life. And Gothenburg's architecture is so pretty! Besides, Sweden itself is also beautiful and Gothenburg's location makes it so easy to travel around and see more of Sweden, but also Norway and Denmark. Moreover, Sweden has Fika, and Gothenburg has Haga. Do I need to say anything more? Even though I spend only 6 months in Gothenburg, it really feels like home to me.