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The Last One

Hello everyone! This time I will be writing about the courses I am taking during the second period at SBE. The 7th week starts tomorrow, so I can share quite a lot with you guys. This period was busier, partly because I managed to pick some courses where the workload is quite a lot, and … Continue reading

Super fun happy times

Hello everyone! I haven’t had time to write anything for a long time, but this time it was not the workload that held me back but the huge amount of fun I had! 🙂 I was first visited by a good friend from my home university, and we spent some chill days together: we watched … Continue reading

Exam week

Hello peeps! The second period has officially started today! Before introducing my new courses, however, I would like to write a bit about my exam week. You could have noticed that while I posted 3 writings in September, I barely made it to 2 this months. This is due to the fact that the amount of … Continue reading

3 weeks’ experience

Soooo it’s 0:05 on a very, very early Monday morning and I decided to write another blog post because you know, sleep is way too overrated (I’m being sarcastic here). 3 weeks had passed since I started my studies here at the UM. By now I am able to offer you some information about my … Continue reading



Hello again! So as promised, this post will be about the happenings of the introduction week and the PBL system, which could be interesting and/or helpful for potential future students. 🙂 So, let’s start at the beginning. There were actually two introduction events for the incoming students: the official (and compulsory) university intro days and the intro … Continue reading

Life in  Maastricht (first impressions)

Life in Maastricht (first impressions)

Hello everyone! 🙂 Two days ago I started a new adventure by moving to Maastricht for my exchange semester. This place is going to be my new home for the next few months, and I’d like to introduce you to my everyday life here. In my first post, I will talk about the city itself to … Continue reading