Exchange blog: Home again

RUSK’s returned exchange blogger evades giving the great enthusiastic exchange-programme advertising-speech and closes his updates with something about feelings. Bonus: A few tips to those considering going somewhere in the future.

Exchange blog: Grey tones, spring flowers and exams

RUSK’s soon-to-be former exchange blogger takes stock of the last phase of his stay – the phase where it is time to see what you can achieve. And maybe there is a moral hidden somewhere.

Blog: Everyday life in parenthesis

RUSK’s temporary Parisian spent the Christmas holidays in Copenhagen, and this provokes a nostalgic eruption of emotions. In a month he will be coming back home for good.

Election blog: A study to be proud of

Maria Sofia Sørensen, Candidate to Academic Council for the Student Council (Studenterrådet) became so frustrated with her life as an international student that she got involved politically.

Order is a matter of beauty

Exchange student blogging RUSK from Paris encounters a French sense of order that results both in sublime beauty and bureaucratic short cuts.

It takes a lot of work to become an exchange student

Many students give up the idea of studying abroad, discouraged by the long and arduous procedure they have to go through to be accepted into an exchange programme. Three RUC students talk about the obstacles they faced during the application process, which the Minister for Science, Innovation and Higher Education is working to simplify.