Bye Coventry, England

My Erasmus exchange semester in England has already come to an end. Actually, I am writing this from home. A couple of days ago I took my last exam at Coventry University and flew to visit my family in Russia before going back to Sweden to continue my studies there in a few days. Now, as I have a very short break before immersing in a new semester, I decided that I should summarise my exchange studying experience shortly.

It is quite strange to realise that my exchange semester is over. Four months flew so fast. Without a doubt, I enjoyed living and studying in the UK a lot.  It surely was an unforgettable experience. I travelled a lot, learnt many new things, met a few nice people and, hopefully, grew personally. I will cherish memories of my adventures for the rest of my life.

In my previous posts I managed to cover highlights of my semester. In my last post, which was a month ago, I wrote about my plans for the winter break holidays. During that period, I travelled a bit more. I flew to Ireland for a few days. There, I stayed in Dublin and made 2 day-trips to the Cliffs of Moher and Belfast, Northern Ireland. Then I went to Scotland again for Christmas. I stayed in Edinburgh and also went on a trip to enjoy breathtaking views in the Highlands. I was back in Coventry for the New Year’s Eve. After that, the exam period began. The exams were alright. Of course, preparation time was quite stressful and not fun at all. But in the end, I believe that I passed everything. So I left with a clear conscience.

I am very grateful to Malmö Högskola for giving me this great opportunity to do exchange studies and share my experience on this blog.

Thank you for reading! Take care!

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