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Get to know Sundsvall and Östersund, home of @Mid Sweden University! In the centre of Sweden and the heart of Northern Europe you’ll find Sundsvall and Östersund, home to Mid Sweden University (MIUN). Sundsvall is one of the largest cities in northern Sweden and is a well-reputed student city on Sweden’s east coast, framed by tall mountains to the north and south. The city centre, known as “Stenstan”, or the stone city, is characterised by its beautiful late 19th century stone houses. In Stenstan there are 200 shops and several dragons - the official symbol of Sundsvall. The MIUN Sundsvall campus is a short walk from the city centre. It’s built as a city within the city, with alleys, bridges and squares. With nature around the corner, you’ll always have great outdoor opportunities – including about 300 km of tended skiing tracks, and five slalom slopes. Östersund is one of Sweden’s top winter cities, and many students choose Östersund due to its proximity to Sweden’s top downhill skiing destination, Åre. But the city and its surroundings have a wide range of recreational activities to offer all year around. A short walk from MIUN’s Östersund campus you’ll find the main shopping street and the city centre, offering a variety of cafés, pubs, open air bars and restaurants. Östersund also offers an active music and entertainment scene. MIUN offers eight international degree programmes in a variety of subjects. Read more about MIUN’s bachelor’s programme in Ecotechnology in Östersund: Read more about MIUN’s master’s programmes in Östersund and Sundsvall: Enjoy this very unique MIUN student story!


Working In Sweden

In response to many questions I have been emailed I decided to write a blog on working in Stockholm and Sweden itself. I, and Adeeb have been Vlogging all summer and we have done some Vlogs on this subject matter based on our experiences. Please watch the Vlogs below. I hope this helped.

Andrew McDonnell

We're on summer holiday and will answer your questions after 21/7. In the meantime, visit for advice! Glad sommar!


Sweden is a parliamentary democracy, and yesterday was election day. You can read about the results here: Read more about the Swedish system of government here:


My Favourite and Least Favourite things in Stockholm!

This is quite a self explanatory post all about my favourite and least favourite things in and around Stockholm! I have created this post through my Vlogs at separate times. I must admit I have many things which I just love about Stockholm and must say that to think of the least favourite things I [...]

Andrew McDonnell


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